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    That is a great question. I’ve been gluten free for 3 years and I honestly cannot fathom eating gluten. I miss my freedom, but would I have a slice of pizza if I could? The thought right now sickens me.

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      How about a gluten free one?

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    Laci Rich

    Nope. Not even if you paid me money to try it. Here’s my blog post explaining why.

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    Hell yes! Luckily, my symptoms do not include the emotional chaos you have to endure, but if I was able to eat an occasional piece of fried chicken, or have just a day or two of culinary freedom by popping a pill, I’d be ALL OVER that!

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    Martha Lardo

    I don’t think I would take the pill because I believe the pill will make our situation worse. People will believe that they don’t have to be careful with our food because all we have to do is take a pill to fix it. We already have so many issues with people not taking gluten sensitivities seriously now. I truly don’t see how the pill could help us with that. In addition the people in the trial were only give the equivalent of one bite of bread. That seems as if it would only help with accidental contamination not give us the ability to eat wheat again.

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      Gluten Dude

      Totally agree Martha. My body is not supposed to have gluten. No pill can change that.

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        Interesting that a similar blog 4 years ago did not incite the same passionate dissention, as your current post. Is the world less civilized 4 years later?…. or perhaps you’ve collected a few more “admirers”.

        Healthy debate is a good thing. It’s just a shame it has to come with all that anger.


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