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May 17, 2012


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Bonnie Belliston

My daughter finished her first year at college & to our surprise had a roommate that was gf and df as well. It helped so much!


My kids are out of college but you have given some valuable lessons for those who are needing it right now.

Jessica B

Glad I was not diagnosed till after college.


Good tips for college students!

Caitlin Leyden

I just started at UCLA and got an apartment so I wouldn't have to deal with the dining room drama. I was able to check out the 'gluten free pantry' that the dining for the dorms had a few days and wasn't that impressed. I mean, it's ok if your only problems are gluten, but I'm also vegetarian and can't eat soy or dairy (and have a problem with too much egg). So it wouldn't have worked for me on a day-to-day basis. (And the only milks they seemed to have were soy and dairy.)
However, I shall go back and check in out again. Maybe there are more choices than what I saw, and I'm not using it every day.

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