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aliveat25

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  1. Hi everyone, I was looking on my liquor store's website to find a new gluten free beer made by Mongozo. I don't have much experience with too many gluten free beers in Canada, but here is the link: http://www.mongozo.com/en/newsdetail?nid=163. Apparently it is made with barley malt (the way normal beer is made), and then the gluten is removed in the end, to produce a beer that is considered gluten-free (<10 ppm). They test it in a lab before selling the product and labelling it gluten-free. I was just wondering how comfortable everyone here was with a beer that has had it's gluten removed? I'm not sure if I feel that comfortable with it as other gluten-free beers, but would like to try it. However, I don't know if I would ever feel 100% safe. Opinions? Mike
  2. Pacific Foods does have a 6-pack of the Chicken Broth at Costco. Some Sobeys stores have the Chicken Broth and Vegetable Broth. I've even see a gluten-free Chicken Broth at Dollarama (can't remember the name though).
  3. There are two types at Costco. Piller's European Weiners and Ballpark. Thanks Costco
  4. If anyone would be able to send me a list as well, that would be awesome. I just got diagnosed 1.5 weeks ago.