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cash4books.net and other news . . .

September 22nd, 2010 at 08:36 pm

Well, I sold one book already, on Monday I think. I mailed it off (shipping is free). I am supposed to get payment within 3 days. I am already looking at frequently a local ongoing book sale, buying books that cash4books will buy, and selling them. I looked some up to see what types will sell well. It's a little bit of everything. I am putting the loot into my Spare Change/Conference Challenge.

Oh, and I got good news on the Conference Challenge. I have applied for additional funding at work to attend the conference based on doing a presentation there. If the funding is approved, they can pay for my conference registration as a loan out of the reimbursement I would be expected to get.

More new on the gluten free front also. I finally found a bread I can eat that does not have any wheat, barley, rye, oats, or dairy in it. It is definitely different than regular bread, but it is quite tasty.

2 Responses to “cash4books.net and other news . . .”

  1. Jerry Says:

    What bread did you find without those forbidden items? That sounds very interesting, and it will help to offer some insurance that it will keep you on your eating plan. Even more importantly... what does it taste like? You say it is different, which leads me to wonder. =)
    Jerry

  2. crazyliblady Says:

    Sorry. I didn't mean to imply that it was a bad different. It is called Udi's and they have several varieties, including one type that sort of looks like a white bread (it's made with rice) and also bagels. I have not tried the bagels yet, though. The rice bread has a different texture than wheat bread, but it is pretty tasty. I had 6 pieces today alone (2 at lunch and 4 at dinner). The website for the company below has testimonials of people with celiac disease of how good it is. If you want to try to get some, try a health food store or a grocery store in the frozen foods. Other people I have talked to say they don't think could go without dairy, wheat, barley, rye, oats, and soy, but there are a lot of things I am willing to give up to feel healthy.

    udisglutenfree dot com/

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