Tuesday, January 25, 2011

What an excellent idea! 

Courtesy of the latest edition of the Celiac.com newsletter. What do you do when you are celiac but can't afford safe foods?

Teen Supplies Gluten-free Food to Folks in Need

There is a disproportionate amount of the population in South Dakota below the poverty line, and many people must rely upon donated food. Canned veggies, fruit and cheese are fairly easy to come by at food pantries and are generally safe for celiacs, but soups and any sort of grain product at a pantry usually contain gluten. Specialty products are quite expensive, but they can go a long way toward celiacs being able to make well-rounded meals along with the fruit, veggies and cheese.

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