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Any appeals in such cases still are to be heard and resolved by Goodell or a person appointed by him.MANHATTAN — A few weeks ago, when Stacy Abrams' date ordered a giant German pretzel for dinner, she had to tell him some bad news.“If you eat that I can't kiss you," she said. It's a brushing teeth situation,'” said Abrams, who can suffer from extreme nausea, bloating and even vomiting after consuming even tiny amounts of gluten — the material found in products like bread, beer and pasta. The hazards of going out to eat on dates for gluten-free New Yorkers can be daunting."I will get really sick."Abrams, 33, suffers from Celiac disease, an autoimmune disease that is managed by a strict gluten-free diet. Singles have to call a restaurant in advance, warn their waiters of food allergies, and double check the meal is safe — all to avoid the chance of accidental contamination by wheat, a ubiquitous ingredient.Add to that the stress of trying to make a good first impression on a date, without coming across as a high-maintenance prima donna, and it can be downright intimidating, gluten-free daters say."It sometimes sounds a little high maintenance if they don't know the severity of it," said Erin Eisenhower, 24, a model who has a gluten allergy.Eisenhower said she tries to hide her food allergy for at least the first few dates."Most guys ask what kinds of foods I like, but it's easier to suggest places I can eat, without exactly telling them I'm gluten-free," said Eisenhower, who travels all over the globe for modeling jobs.