It’s Thanksgiving week!
For most of us in the United States, that means a LOT of eating.
Food holds a lot of sentimental value, and many traditions around the world are centered in the kitchen.
For those with food allergies or autoimmune disorders (like Celiac Disease), the holidays can be really hard to navigate, or even sad!
My daughter has Celiac Disease, and we do our best to make sure she has a positive experience around the holidays. Over the years, we have learned to modify some of her favorites to keep her safe and healthy. Continue reading