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That is really good to know!!! I am looking for places I can go out to eat, mainly for my husband, since he isn't wheat free.
I did recently find out that a local restaurant in Colorado Springs is no longer gluten free. It is a shame, because it had a bunch of gluten free Chinese food.
I guess a lady got some food from them, but some of it wasn't gluten free and she had a reaction. Then she came back into the place a week later and threatened to sue the company. To me, she was the one in the wrong. The menu tells you what is safe and what isn't. She claimed that they sold something that was not wheat free to her, and she thought they should be better about it. Crazy, huh? The place is called Mu Shu's. I was only able to have one meal there before it changed.
Wow, finally a list of actual products we can buy!
I have been looking on the internet, and have had a hard time with finding out what regular products are out there that are wheat-free. I have not been very successful so far.
Thanks for posting this great list from Safeway. I am sad that King Soopers (Kroger) isn't helpful with their products. I have one really close to me in Colorado, and would like to continue shopping there. Maybe I can ask the next time I am there to see if they are more helpful.
I am newly diagnosed with wheat intolerance, and I really appreciate a site that will help me with this new lifestyle change. Thank you all for doing so much research. It is refreshing to see people really get to the heart of the wheat issue with restaurants.
I am happy that I can still have blizzards!!! (of course, I will have to ask about putting the ice cream back in. )