Ah, thank you.
I consider myself a frugal person, so I avoid eating out, and I can cook any type of cuisine we would want to eat out. Having food allergies, I understand how to prevent contamination, and not eating gluten at home made me instantly have a more well-balanced diet as I was no longer consuming bread every day.
I enjoy the challenge of cooking GF– it’s like a problem solving exercise with a condition, and I appreciate the challenge. There’s a lot of GF people at my church and I make sure to label my foods as GF when we have a potluck, and I always get the nicest compliments. I’ve only been cooking (at all) for 2 years, and I learned so that I could provide us both with healthy, GF meals for all 3-meals, each day.