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    dkwtexas

    Good morning. Sounds yummy. Speaking of food I’ve been gf for just two weeks. Is there gluten withdrawals? I feel funky. Nervous and jerky and weird headed. Just curious. You sound like a very loving and good husband. She’s lucky.

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      Cindi

      A definite “yes” for me. Luckily I was prepared for it since it was mentioned by Jennifer Esposito in her book. Google “gluten detox” or “gluten withdrawal” – there are some articles about it.

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        CD

        It definitely takes a little while for people to adjust to the gluten free diet and having some symptoms while transitioning is not uncommon.

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          dkwtexas

          Whew, I thought what else could go wrong. Lol. Thank you for the help. Will definitely google. Y’all are the sweetest people. Glad I found this blog.

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            dkwtexas

            Ok I googled withdrawals. That’s me. Brain fog nervous and goofy and dizzy. I almost gave in and ate saltines to see if it would go away. I feel like my nerves in my arms are quivering. Yew gads this sucks but will soon (I hope) pass.

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            1. Cindi

              Is wittiness a celiac symptom? :P

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              1. Cindi

                oops – didn’t mean to have that comment as a “reply”. I’d just noticed the “thyme” comment in the post…
                but dkwtexas, you hang in there. The detox does pass and slowly but surely those aggravating celiac symptoms wane.

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                  1. Jennifer

                    Twitching nerves might signal a deficiency in magnesium. It’s very common to be deficient with the typical diet, but with the absorption problems of celiac it may even be more true. Look up the “Magnesium Miracle” book or website. I was having arm and eye twitches until I started taking a magnesium supplement (drink).

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    CD

    Risotto is one of my favorite meals as a Celiac. It’s delicious, super healthy and a wonderful comfort food all at the same time. People who have Celiac really do need to know how to make risotto and this recipe sounds fantastic. Thank you Dude and Mrs. Dude for sharing this recipe!

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    Jersey Girl

    GD (Mrs. Dude)-

    Awesome. I am forwarding to Jersey Guy right now. Whoyah, looks like risotto and some wine for me. Perfect night for it.

    xox-
    Jersey Girl
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    “The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.”
    Julia Child

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    Else

    I’ve only made risotto once and stood over the pot stirring for an hour. And decided it wasn’t worth the effort to try again. So I am loving this oven cooked version!

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    joanne

    Great recipe to use the acorn squash my garden provided an abundance of this year! Thanks

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    Lyn

    Sounds wonderful! I was wondering about the squash–how much exactly is “one package”? Thanks for sharing!

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    dkwtexas

    Thank you I will

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    Ken

    I’m making this for my brother’s 40th birthday party tomorrow. If he doesn’t like it, I’ll just blame you.
    Just kidding. Can’t wait to try it.
    Thanks for posting!

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    Ken

    Pretty sure I did it right because it’s all gone. Next time I make a batch just for me. Thank you, and please pass along my thanks to Mrs. Dude.
    Oh and we got a cake from Jennifer’s Way. So worth it.

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      Gluten Dude

      Awesome all around!!!

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