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Living Gluten-Free by Kate Santon

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Special situations

Life doesn’t progress in exactly the same way, and it would be terribly boring if it did. But when you’re first diagnosed it can seem as though it would be much easier to cope without all those variations: celebrations, eating out, holidays, travelling. Here’s how to deal with them, and here is also how to manage if you’re very sporty, vegetarian or vegan, pregnant – and just plain fed up to the back teeth with having to be gluten free, and trying to resist the impulse to cheat.

Eating out, entertaining – and alcohol

Eating out and socializing with other people, whether that’s at a restaurant, a friend’s house, a party or a work bash, can be one of the great pleasures of life. If you have always enjoyed doing this, then ...

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