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I'm visiting my grandma who is very concerned for me and makes me a ton of Gluten-Free stuff, and she goes out and buys a whole pantry full of Rice Krispy Treats, Makes me gluten-free Banana Bread, and gets me some salsa. I checked the Ingreds. to see if it's okay, and everything is fine except I'm a little suspicious about Pectin. Anyone know if that's okay or not? I couldn't find it in my Gluten-Free book, which I had to refer to because I am still kinda new to the whole Gluten Free thing. So if anyone knows if Pectin is okay that would be great.
Yes. McDonald's fries are okay. But always be careful about them, because they cook the fries in the same grease as they cook the chicken tenders and the chicken nuggets, which are both breaded. So just be careful around fast food places like McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy's, etc. When you go to more fancy restaurants with steak fries and such, then you are probably okay.
Yes, that's gluten-free, but always watch out for Natural Flavors, because wheat and barely are natural, so be careful about that. Otherwise it's fine, and Kraft Jet-Puffed marshmallows are "ok" to eat, and I think they are labeled gluten-free.
I know! My dad just barely bought a motorcycle, because he has a huge Diesel and it comes to about $500/month to keep it full and running! He owns a business, so he has to have something to pull a trailer around. So he got a motorcycle for about $3000 and it only costs him about $15 to fill the tank! The tank is 5 gal. so he gets about 200 miles per tank. Just today one of my much older friends told me at church that he bought a scooter(The kind you see on streets) for $300 (three-hundred) flat and he said that he gets 100 mpg and it only costs him $10 to fill up. That's a 2 gal. tank, but it still gets him around for low prices, and that's pretty much all he does is stay in the city. So there's a suggestion, get a bike, but make sure that it's in good condition and gets good MPG.
No, I do not react to band-aids, which is a good thing because I have been falling a lot lately, which isn't a good thing. But to answer your question, no I don't react to band-aids, and I am diagnosed with Celiac.
There is Outback Steakhouse, which has many options, as long as your daughter likes meat, and there is also Wingers, who's special wing sauce is gluten-free, but the wings, you have to make sure they are the unbreaded ones. They make those. But I recently went to Wingers and I am sure she would love it.
I am a twelve year old boy and I have been diagnosed with Celiac disease. I was diagnosed only about a week ago, so I am still really new to the whole diet. So I am wondering if Hershey's Milk Chocolate Candy Bars are okay, because I bought a miniature candy bar package from Costco, and the ingredients say the miniatures have malt, which is a big no-no, but it doesn't have any separate ingredients for the milk chocolates, so I am wondering if they have malt in them or not. Ok Thanks!