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    Don't stop the donation guys! Thank you for sharing the word!

    Kathy Sue

    I am so glad to see you share your story so openly! And thanks to Wil for using his considerable popularity to further your cause. The first lesson we learned was to talk to the chef, not the waitress. The second lesson we learned was to shop at "health food stores", and to expect a lot of what we bought there to be nearly inedible! My daughter has actually learned to cook! She is not truly Celiac, only has one marker, and has normal insides, but is wheat-allergic, and the gluten free diet has made her feel so much better. She is more outgoing, has more energy and less pain. so we feel very connected to the world of Celiac. We will follow your story, and give when we can.

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    • “Not Even a Crumb has partnered with the Celiac Disease Foundation (501 (c) 3) to produce the 1st National PSA’s to raise awareness along with a series of educational on-line videos focusing on gluten-free lifestyle guidelines. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law”


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