[Sca-cooks] First Recipe from Libro di cucina/ Libro per cuoco, in parts

yaini0625 at yahoo.com yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 11 16:48:24 PST 2010

A possible reason for the increase is the FDA and AMA finally recognizing celiac disease when Europe has known about it since the 1940s and earlier. I remember clearly the annoucement being read out loud in 2003 that FDA acknowledge celiac disease. This annoucement was made at a celiac disease conference in LA!
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From: Antonia Calvo
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Margaret Rendell wrote:
> I also really should have added that it's much easier now to find maize flour than it used to be even a small number of years ago. What is it with the sudden explosion in 'gluten-free' products?

Well, there are some people out there with coeliac disease (you knew 
that, of course), and I think they may be getting diagnosed more 
efficiently than they did years ago. But "gluten sensitive" is also the 
latest fad for people with vaguely discontented tummies and a yen for 
self-diagnosis.  Ten years ago, they were all lactose-intolerant.

Antonia di Benedetto Calvo

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