I can't eat gluten. That's it. I can't. It's that simple, you would think. But is it?
I've been gluten-free for 3 years now, and it's been rough. Here are some things that I really hate about this all.
- First everyone thinks it's not that bad and it doesn't have a big influence on your life. But when you tell them about what you can't eat they suddenly think you can't eat anything.
-They have too much pity for you. Like my friends are very nice and all, but they are like overreacting everything about this and I hate that because that makes me think of the fact that I'm making it hard to find food to eat with them.
-People are like telling me that the replacement products ( like cookies without gluten) are not that bad and I shouldn't say that, but if you have to eat those everyday, they aren't that tasty anymore.
-It's soooooooooo expensive.

So maybe I'm overreacting this but I'm serious. It's harder than you think. From one day to another you can't eat any more bread, lasagna, spaghetti, pancakes.
To be honest, the first year is definitely the hardest. But after that it all works out because you learn other things and learn to make a lot of foods without.

I just wanted to say this because I just think a lot of people struggle with this and maybe not but I just wrote this soooo.

(BTW I'm not native in English) Bye Bye xxx