Though it might not get discussed very often, airborne gluten can cause a reaction. Mike and Cam talk about two farmers whose celiac symptoms would not subside due to inhaling gluten while feeding their livestock. We also look at some surprising sources of airborne gluten and some tips on protecting yourself when gluten is in the air.
It's been a while, so this week we dig through our mailbag. Special thanks his week to Andrea Tucker, of Baltimore Gluten free, who put together and submitted her list to us: "5 Facts a Celiac Doctor Wants you to know about Celiac Disease." We love our listeners and you are the fuel that keeps us going!
Mike and Cam want to thank Burning Brothers Beer company in Minnesota for providing beer to try on today's podcast. Friend of the show, Laura Eash, brought this gluten free micro brew to us at a recent Expo. We give our thoughts on their pale ales, and some of our opinions on beer in general. Cam also shares a quick update on some of the positive work that his dog, Lacy, has been doing in detecting some surprising sources of hidden gluten in his home.
Mike recently returned from an amazing trip to San Fransisco. He shares navigating his gluten free dining experiences, along with some of his advice for visiting SF and some great travel tips in general. Most importantly, he learned - don't ever call the Cable Cars "Trolleys!"