Just like that, I became one of "those" people. You know, the ones who have special dietary needs and have to ask for special treatment. The ones who hold up the line and the waitress just a little bit longer asking questions about the food to make sure they can eat it. :)
I am happy I am becoming one ot "those" people at a time when it is easier and more accepted to ask for your food another way. Restaurants and Bed and Breakfast are more understanding and accomodating than they used to be. Last month, I had quite a few of "those" people. Some I knew about ahead of time. Some I did not know about until arrival.
As I was at an Inn that offered a sweet treat every day, it seemed like a good time to try out my new favorite Gluten-Free, No-added-Sugar cookie recipe on other Gluten Free people. I explained to each one that the only sweetness came from a bit of honey and some chopped dates. Both are natural, God-created sweetners.
Why did I explain, you ask? Because if the person is Gluten Free but they have not cut sugars back or out of their diet, they will likely waste my cookies. To me, that's not an option because those babies aren't cheap nor the ingredients easy to locate!
It was a blessing to see their faces excited about the cookies and even asking for the recipe! :)
Yum! Yum! All this talk is making me want to go pop a couple in the oven.
Until Next time....
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