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theemurman1

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. So I use Scope but I'm not super sensitive since going strict on the diet. But I think my scope or toothpaste is giving me a little bit of a build up. Any idea's? I really don't want to get some $15 gluten-free bad tasting toothpaste. Any gluten-free toothpaste with a brand name would be great. Thanks
  3. I vote Da Luciano's the guy has 4 kids with gluten-free and they all work there. Try the VEAL !! P.S.- Us real Chicagoans know the Italians are in River Grove area.
  4. Im sure Im replying to a old post but I went to Da Luciano's Monday and it's incredibla.
  5. http://www.dalucianos.com/menu.cfm Is see other's have found this place and it's been around for some time. The owners story is at the site. But the jest of the story is they have 4 kids with celiac disease. Ill tell you the ONLY problem is it doesn't have Chicago Style deep dish which I love. They have one Location in River Grove where they know Italian and another on the south side. Just look at the menu they have everything. Veal was great and my bro (also with celiac disease) gave me a few of the gluten-free pizza's and there also very good. They don't crack and or brake after being frozen. He haded the breaded(?) chicken Parm and he get's it all the time. Garlic bread, Im getting hungry and better stop. P.S.- I also tried Lou Malnati's gluten-free pizza and it is terrible compared to Da Luciano's!!!
  6. FYI Due to trial and error being new to this. The steak salt with the orange top is good for me. Thank god i put it on everything. But had one of my worst reactions when using the Garlic Salt with the green lid. And that was a bad response on there part. Usually u get coupons not bad replyies back. Good luck.
  7. Im Irish and this will be my first St.Pats with celiac disease. I've been a bartender for a long time but besides my own brother I don't have to much insite about this topic. So lets help other boozers out and just put what DOES work for you. I've been reading the other topic's and now I have a little insight on some things(from being a bartender for 10 or more years. So my parents owened a bar for 25 years and I worked there forever and my brother has also had celiac disease for ten years. 1. If you go to any bar(not a jammed club) tell the bartender your deal. Bartenders are usually or should be cool. I might actually be over concerened like a cook is somtimes. Then ask if they have any distilled , triple distilled whiskey's its a normal question. In the old day's the more distilled the weaker the booze(not now a days ) 2. In regards to the POURER or POP GUN. The problem is the bartender is busy and if they accidently hit the wrong button they won't dump your drink(unless you sit at the bar and catch them in the act). So make sure you tell them that to. 3. If you want to be sure your safe order your distilled shot of choice in a snifter or rocks glass with a side of water. FYI don't get a shot because amount wise its smaller then a snifter or rocks glass. Another safe shot, due to mine and my brothers trial and air is Jager. But get it straight from the Jager machine or bottle from the fridge. There's alot of bad dish cleaning practices in bars and there may be residue from another previously chilled order from sombody else. Also unless it's just me I had problems with Jose not sure why but then again I had it with OJ FROM THE GUN! And I already understand why it's gluten free(they use the AGAVE plant like other tequilas) And can anyone find the most current list of Gluten-free drinks?? So good luck and HAPPY ST.PAT'S EVERYONE
  8. So my parents owened a bar for 25 years and I worked there forever and my brother has also had celiac disease for ten years. 1. If you go to any bar(not a jammed club) tell the bartender your deal. Bartenders are usually or should be cool. I might actually be over concerened like a cook is somtimes. Then ask if they have any distilled , triple distilled whiskey's its a normal question. In the old day's the more distilled the weaker the booze(not now a days ) 2. In regards to the POURER or Pop gun. The problem is the bartender is busy and if they accidently hit the wrong button they won't dump your drink(unless you sit at the bar and catch them in the act). So make sure you tell them that to. 3. If you want to be sure your safe order your distilled shot of choice in a snifter or rocks glass with a side of water. FYI don't get a shot because amount wise its smaller then a snifter or rocks glass. Another safe shot, due to mine and my brothers trial and air is Jager. But get it straight from the Jager machine or bottle from the fridge. There's alot of bad dish cleaning practices in bars and there may be residue from another previously chilled order from sombody else. Also unless it's just me I had problems with Jose not sure why but then again I had it with OJ FROM THE GUN! So good luck and HAPPY ST.PAT'S EVERYONE