Gluten-Free Parody Makes Celiac Disease Less Miserable

My daughters are big fans of Les Misérables, and we regularly hear strains from the movie soundtrack throughout the house and on family car rides. They also are real troupers when it comes to helping with gluten-free baking and cooking, which is a necessity in our house because my son John and I both have celiac disease.

So Ruthie was excited when she came across this parody that blended the two topics…and posted it on my Facebook wall. If you haven’t had to deal with gluten-free baking, references like xanthan gum may be lost on you, but the parody by Michael Bihovsky is really well done:

Read the story of how it was created.

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  1. Posted February 15, 2013 at 5:56 pm | Permalink

    “What I’d give for pizza pie…” Finally finally finally found a great GF pizza crust, only to have it no longer available. As for carob? Always thought it tasted like ear wax…would taste.

  2. K2
    Posted February 17, 2013 at 10:07 pm | Permalink

    Wonderful! (and very well done)

    When Hubby and I found Udi’s pizza crust, we celebrated! Thankfully, I only have to watch gluten and sugar. God help the poor souls that can’t have chocolate!

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