Fast Food - Totally un-American, I know. In fact, I expect the deportation paperwork to show up any day now. "Back to Russia, you pinko commie!" But it has been more than 12 months without any Happy Meals, Whoppers, $5 foot-longs, or running for the border. Occasionally I've missed the convenience, but the fast-food itself? Not so much.
Papa Murphy's Take-n-Bake Pizza - This one I miss enough to give it a separate paragraph, but that's still not missing it enough to make myself sick for it. Frankly, I'm a little shocked the company has not filed Chapter 11 yet, as prior to my Celiac diagnosis, I think I was personally financing at least three full-time positions at the local franchises.
Migraine Headaches - I was caught by surprise by this one, since I have not gone a month without a migraine since before puberty. It's totally in the "win" category, but having said that, I have to admit.....I do miss the pain meds once in a while. Oh well, that's what wine is for, right?
Office Potluck Lunches - Actually, I never really participated before I went gluten-free, as most people I work with (excluding anita_margarita and supermatt41 of course) are IMHO either (a) crappy cooks, or (b) too cheap to bring something better than a clean-out-the-fridge-and-cupboard-casser
I'm sure there are quite a number of other things I could list, but for the most part, I don't really feel deprived of anything. Some food items I'm still looking for the perfect recipe or substitute (delicious GF pizza crust, I will find you, if it's the last thing I do) but all in all, I'm a much happier, healthier person now than I was a year ago. What I have gained is definitely worth the cost.