Well, you might have noticed that I took some time off from this blog - lol. I'm not sure how much new info I'll post from this point forward, but I feel like sharing some of our GFCF food journey over the last couple of years. My kids are 8 & 10 now. My oldest was diagnosed with PDD when she was three, so we've been at this a long time. And, a lot has changed. There are many more GFCF products on the market today than there were seven years ago - many good GFCF products! And some are even sold at the regular supermarket. To refresh all, my kids are GFCF, soy free and the littlest also is peanut free and egg free. As they grow older, I've realized the best thing I can do for them is to teach them how to make eating as simple as possible -- shopping, cooking, etc. So, rather than run to five different groceries to find all sorts of ingredients to make all sorts of foods, we buy as much as possible from two stores - the local supermarket and a nearby food co-op. O
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