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June 01, 2010 Source Unwrapped
Thank you so much for creating the gluten-free Baked Ziti kids meal! My daughter Sarah, 8, was diagnosed with Celiac disease only last January.
One of her very favorite foods has always been pasta. While I can fix
her gluten free pasta that I buy from health food stores, she missed the 'coolness' of frozen dinners. Her eyes lit up when she saw this in the store's freezer and
she loves how it all tastes, especially the focaccia bread and pasta.
We're all learning how to eat to live instead of living to eat, but
every little thing I can do to make her feel like she's 'normal'
(whatever that is) and not missing out on so much helps her as she
adjusts to the gluten-free diet. The only thing I ask is that you maybe
come up with other frozen dinners for kids.
Washington Post Express
Folks often crack open a recipe book to get healthier soup. With much less effort, one can nuke one of Amy's light in sodium choices: butternut squash, lentil, split pea, minestrone, tomato and others. It's hard to believe the hearty blends of veggie chunks come out of a can instead of the kitchen of a skilled cook