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    1. Thomas added a post in a topic Juicing   

      My family juices something everyday. One good trick with the left over pulp is to put it in homemade breads or muffins. It adds flavour and it's good for ya.

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    2. Thomas added a post in a topic Fruit Roll Ups   

      Thanks for the replies!

      Looking forward to a roll-up,
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    3. Thomas added a topic in Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications   

      Fruit Roll Ups
      Just hoping someone knows whether or not fruit roll ups are gluten-free. Really craving them.

      Thanks in advance!
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    4. Thomas added a topic in Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications   

      Red Bull
      Does anyone know if Red Bull is gluten free?

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    5. Thomas added a post in a topic Updated Silly Yaks Restaurant List   

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    6. Thomas added a post in a topic Celebrities With Celiac?   

      Choosing your right to your personal freedom and health is neither unforgivable, or wrong. Judging people for the way they handle their health is wrong.

      People (famous or not) have the right to privacy with their health..
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    7. Thomas added a post in a topic Celebrities With Celiac?   

      I disagree with "outing" the celebrity celiacs using the smoking gun. A person's health is a private matter.
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    8. Thomas added a post in a topic Protien Bars   

      I eat Kraft South Beach bars all the time. A good amount of protien, and calories. My boyfriend is not celiac and he loves them as well....
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    9. Thomas added a post in a topic Manhattan Beach   

      I'm not sure about Manhattan Beach, but here the message (I just copy/pasted it) someone on this board had for Huntington beach (which is pretty close to Manahattan Beach - California).

      "While in downtown Huntington Beach, right on the corner of PCH and Main Street try Spark Wood Fire Grill. It's on the second floor overlooking the HB Pier and the beach. Ask your server to have Chris the head chef to come out. HIs wife is celiac and he is very aware of our unique eating needs. He cooked a dish especially for me and it was delicious!
      He is in the process of writing a cookbook (he's a master chef) and getting a website. He has pancakes and a brownie recipes to die for! I found him quite by accident after I ordered the special of the day and was surprised when it arrived with wheat noodles artfully placed on top of my main dish. Pretty but deadly. Check him out soon at His company is named Believe In It Products. specializing in high quality gluten free products. "

      update he no longer works at that restaurant

      Oh, and what's gluten free at Arbys?
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    10. Thomas added a post in a topic Any Other Tall Celiacs Out There?   

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    11. Thomas added a post in a topic Movie Theater Popcorn   

      AMC popcorn is gluten free. I have it whenever I go.
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    12. Thomas added a post in a topic Ladies-what's Your Face Lotion?   

      Marcelle has some great face moisturizers. And I now use Eucerin SPF 30 in the day (gluten-free and lightweight) because I found that the Neutragena one was too thick for my sensitive skin... But I've even gotten my boyfriend onto Marcelle products they are so good (but they might only be available in Canada and Europe)
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    13. Thomas added a post in a topic Too Good To Be True?   

      I wrote a complaint to the curezone website.
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    14. Thomas added a post in a topic What Do I Eat?   


      I'm sorry to hear how sick you are feeling... but you've got to know that it gets better. I hope you keep posting and find the answers and guidance you need.
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    15. Thomas added a post in a topic Where To Eat In Las Vegas   

      I've posted this before under Vegas (in case I forget a restaurant name) but I stayed at Ceasar's palace. And was fortunate enough to be able to go to the nicer restaurants in Ceasars. I called, or asked to speak with the chef beforehand - and every night I had a delicious salmon / mahi-mahi / or steak. I even had bacon and eggs at the buffet in the morning - I just spoke with the chef. Niros is the name of one of the restaurants. I can't remember the others, but I find that the nicer the restaurant the more they can afford to / want to / and safely can serve gluten free food.
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