Okay. That is what I was getting at! I am gluten intolerant, so I would probably cook gluten free... I am hoping that won't be a problem for whomever I date/marry
Ah, I see. I don't think it would be a problem for most men. Honestly, it's not too hard to convert any recipe to be gluten free and have it taste just as good. When you cook at home from scratch, it's possible to make some really good gluten-free meals. :)
Good to know! Thank you!
@xHoneyxBeex hey did the nurse practitioner block you too?
he doesn't have a good bedside manner lol
Thanks for MHO! :)
You deserved it!
good to know! :)
I meant just for when she is cooking... NOT full time gluten-free
I'm gluten intolerant... So I can't eat it at all lol
That's okay. I don't see why a person avoiding gluten if you two cooked together would be a big deal. I don't think you'll have an issue with that. You may want to consider trying to limit grain as well. We aren't birds or cows ya know lol. It's not our natural food. We eat it because it cheap and calorie dense (which is why many people are fat).
Lol yeah :) thanks!
Glad to help a young lady
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Good to know
Lol I wouldn't make or eat it if it didn't taste good... Let alone make someone else eat it! Hahaha
Kay... I am gluten intolerant :/
If it's a medical reason for bit eating gluten - like a gluten intolerance or allergy, then of course you should eat gluten free food that your partner makes
Thank you :)
Lol I guess it would depend how much work she was willing to do
I wouldn't stop her* I mean, otherwise that sounds stupid.
Lol I understood... What if she cooked gluten free? Would you still eat it?
Depends on the taste. I'm up to eat anything that tastes good. If not, I wouldn't.
Okay... Well I have been told I am a good cook, do I hope nasty food won't be an issue
And thank you
Well that's up to your boyfriend, maybe he would eat it anyway. He's already lucky enough to have a good cook at home.
Haha no boyfriend yet... Just a question out of curiosity
Not yet, as you say, won't be long ^^Until then, i'd be more than happy to taste your food :p
haha thanks xD
You do realize that *most* people who eat gluten-free do so for legitimate health reasons, right? Not everyone who eats gluten-free does it just because they want to...
@xHoneyxBeex thank you! I was wondering how a health problem is "douchy"...
Ur either ignorant or immature. In the past 5 years the percentage of people claiming to have celiac went from 7 percent to 20. Why? Because most people want special attention. In the 7 years I've been a nurse practitioner, I've only seen TWO patients with the bloodwork proving they have celiac. Everyone else is just part of a hipster trend. Grow up!
I have been gluten intolerant for almost 3 years now! When I eat it I get a terrible stomach ache and headache to the point of throwing up...
I would say for a nurse practitioner, you are pretty ignorant... My DOCTOR literally said that "if not eating it helps, then that is most likely the problem" and didn't run any tests
That’s because ur doctor knows its all in your head but is too professional to tell you. Headache is NOT a symptom of a gluten intolerance. Once again, you need to grow up.
I had blood work done to diagnose mine and headaches, muscle/joint pain, severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, etc. are all things that people with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance can experience if they ingest gluten. Those symptoms cannot be "in someone's head." Believe me, if I had a choice, I would NOT want to eat gluten free. And what attention? So people like you can judge them for their medical issues and put them down for having an autoimmune disease? Negative attention is really all anyone with Celiac disease gets, no one would "choose" that. Sounds to me like you have no idea what you are talking about.
good to know! :) thank you
I'm gluten intolerant lol
Ah ok, then sure, I'd eat it to make them feel better about having to eat gluten free stuff.
That is very considerate of you! :)
cool... and yeah only an occasional home-cooked meal :)
Good to know... Gluten makes me literally sick
The wife of one of my friends is intolerant to gluten. She is a successful veterinarian and deals with it quite well.
Oh okay! Thank you!
😊 You're welcome!
awww that is so sweet of you :)
now which girl is on tonight so i dont get confused lol and say the wrong thing
I don't know what you mean...
remember the other night i had asked which one was on and i think u said the left person in the picture lol..
I am the left one... and the right one is not on this site
either way ur still pretty
May I ask why?
I've grown up with people trying to force me to eat like them. Any time it happens now? I take it as an insult.
what if it was just an occasional home-cooked meal?
maybe a weekly or so gluten-free night, but not a regular thing
okay. but if the meal was already gluten free without doing anything special or specific... would that matter? or d you expect pasta every night? lol
pasta? wtf no. I expect to cook myself now and again
lol okay :)you cook! that is so cool! i don't know many guys that cook
I wouldn't mind cooking 2 dishes a night, one glutten free one anything else.
cool! that is a great idea... maybe i will find a guy that knows how to cook :)
Go for it! as long as u do dishes as a trade off lol
thanks for sharing your opinion!
GL in your search, and have a great newyear!
okay! and thanks! you too!
if you were eating dinner that she made, she would have to make something separately for herself if she couldn't eat what she made you... would you eat it if it was good? or have her make two separate dishes?
Oh I see what you're saying if that's the case yes I would eat it but I wouldn't change my lifestyle.
okay thanks :)
Hmu if you want
oh! I'm good, but thank you!