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I miss my gluten filled comfort foods. Not only because they taste great, but because they are so cheap! If you recently started going gluten free, or have been for a while, you will undoubtedly notice your higher grocery bill. ​If you don't, it may be time to start budgeting because gluten-free is not cheap.
Coupons... You've seen them, used them from time to time, and know someone that only purchases things when they have one. Saving 20%, 33%, 50%, even 75% as an average on everything you buy sounds nice, but it takes a lot of hard work. If you just don't have the time for that, you can take the lazy way out like us. Here's how
Being diagnosed with Celiac, Fibro, and Raynaud's changed my life. Although it's easy to point out the negatives, there are fairly positive things that happened since my diagnoses diagnosed. Here are the top 5 things I learned since my diagnoses.
I have been gluten free since February 2015 and, as silly as it seems, I never realized how much human interaction revolved around food. Being gluten free is manageable, but it takes a little bit of planning and research before going out, which can sometimes hurt you socially.

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My name is Dallas and I, along with my husband, are the owners of The GF Peach. When my health, and finances hit the fan, I found peace and financial comfort through blogging. Now, I love working to help others find that peace and do the same.

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