Speaking of cooking, I really am thankful for so many comments, suggestions and emails about where to find gluten-free information! I picked up Gluten-Free On A Shoestring for ways to make it more affordable because the flours alone can be outrageously expensive. I also discovered gluten-free things that were already in my cupboards, like my very favorite LARABARs which I was eating for their low sugar and minimal good ingredients anyways. I'm doing a test through an independent lab tomorrow, just to make sure there are no other surprises with food intolerances. And wouldn't you know, I had seen her book before but didn't pay attention to it-- Elizabeth Hasselbeck wrote The G Free Diet so I'm going to read that too. (I exercise on the treadmill to her!)
I was thinking about my blog... such a mix of things that I write about or post! I use it like my own little library of information for most things that I do. Sometimes I wonder if anyone else even is remotely interested in most of it? ;) I guess you can just read or look at what you want to and ignore the rest! I've thought about narrowing it, especially after my last bootcamp class, but then it wouldn't be as much about me so I'm just going by what I enjoy talking about-- as if you were here and we were just talking.
Better go make dinner now! Nice talking to you! :D