IOWA CITY — Anna Sobaski was making her mark on the gluten-free world, long before nutritionists, dietitians and celebrities uttered the phrase.
A Type 1 Diabetic, Sobaski was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1999. “Food is so social and something you take for granted until it’s taken away from you,” she said.
She along with family members and friends with the gluten intolerance lamented the fact they could no longer eat bread.
“What existed then (for gluten-free bread), I couldn’t even swallow.”
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