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Jessica P.

Washington, District of Columbia
My name is Jessica Pung, I am 23 years old, pursuing my dreams and loving life in Washington, DC. I have always been interested in healthy living. I grew up with an unstable relationship with food, I was often put on diets by my pediatrician and eventually succumb to an eating disorder in high... Full Bio
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Gluten Free in Washington, DC by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Do you have a restaurant, store or bakery that caters to gluten free eating in the Washington, DC area? Please let me know about you! I am on a mission to discover new food ... Read on »
Gluten Free in Washington, DC Part 2 by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So, I had a lovely evening of sushi tonight with the roommies. Unfortunately and as expected I couldn't have soy sauce with my spicy tuna rolls. Very few people know ... Read on »
Gluten Free Lasagna by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My wonderful roommate made me gf lasagna last night. She used some gf rice-based noodles I found at Wagmen's grocery store in Virginia. She made it with ground turkey and ... Read on »
Gluten Free New York by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So, of course I was a bit too preoccupied to make some new posts over my fabulous weekend. But I thought I would share some of my experiences with you all. First, I w ... Read on »
Gluten Free Pumpkin Protein Pancakes by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease In honor of fall I made some uber yummy pancakes for breakfast. Now, I've never great success with pancakes... I have a really hard time finding the balance between under co ... Read on »
Gluten Free Spring Rolls by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My office's cafeteria was closed this afternoon so I ventured over to TJ's to grab something for lunch. I was considering sushi, although I wouldn't have been ab ... Read on »
Gluten Free Storm by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Washington, DC is expecting 20+" of snow over the weekend and in preparation for being snowed-in, my hunny and I loaded up on some gf products. Between the two of us, ... Read on »
Great Giveaway by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My girl over at glutenhatesme.com is hosting a fabulous giveaway for all you gluten freebies. She will be selecting the winner at random on Monday so be sure to submit as ... Read on »
Having a Healthy Relationship with Food by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating So many women struggle throughout their lifetime with their weight. I'm a huge advocate of healthy living and healthy eating. Unfortunately some people take this to an extre ... Read on »
Healthy Gluten Free Mac and Cheese by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease One thing I really miss about gluten is being able to order baked mac and cheese. Sure, there are some yummy gluten free out-of-the-box options but the nutritional value mak ... Read on »
I Can Barely Remember That Feeling by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease More than six months in and I'm feeling great. No more stomach pains after eating, I can't even remember what they felt like. People often ask me to describe what my reacti ... Read on »
Improvising by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I woke up this morning with a craving for one of the breakfast tacos I posted a couple days ago, but unfortunately did not have any salsa. I scoured the refrigerator and c ... Read on »
Interesting Article by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My celiac impaired friend sent me this interesting article the other day. I have mentioned before how gluten free food is often not the "healthiest" food you can find on the ... Read on »
Is that Spaghetti? by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So even though I didn't cook last night I still have a yummy dinner to post. Following my recent experience with spaghetti squash I needed to do something with the leftovers ... Read on »
Keeping GF Through it All by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So, obviously my post have become less frequent. This is primarily (oh heck, eniterly) due to the fact that I am in the middle of my busy season at w ... Read on »
Keeping GF Through it All by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So, obviously my post have become less frequent. This is primarily (oh heck, eniterly) due to the fact that I am in the middle of my busy season at work. This is m ... Read on »
La Madeline, Oh La La by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease So in an effort to kick a cold, I have been eating/sipping a lot of soup the past couple days. This inspired me to share with you all another one of my wonderful find ... Read on »
Lent by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Yesterday was Ash Wednesday and that meant giving up something in my life that would present some sort of challenge. I decided to go with chocolate. If you've followed my bl ... Read on »
Looking for the Drive and Some New Finds by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It has been far too long since my last blog post and no... I did not go back to eating gluten. To be honest, I did try to eat some non-gf pizza one night and it left me in ... Read on »
Making up for a Fail and More Fall Love by Jessica P. Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Started our yesterday with a run... well sort of. I started the run, didn't make it very far before turning around. Sometimes I just don't feel the run fun-bug. I hate when ... Read on »