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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

      This FAQ on celiac disease will guide you to all of the basic information you will need to know about the disease, its diagnosis, testing methods, a gluten-free diet, etc.   Subscribe to FREE email alerts What are the major symptoms of celiac disease? Celiac Disease Symptoms What testing is available for celiac disease? - list blood tests, endo with biopsy, genetic test and enterolab (not diagnostic) Celiac Disease Screening Interpretation of Celiac Disease Blood Test Results Can I be tested even though I am eating gluten free? How long must gluten be taken for the serological tests to be meaningful? The Gluten-Free Diet 101 - A Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free Is celiac inherited? Should my children be tested? Ten Facts About Celiac Disease Genetic Testing Is there a link between celiac and other autoimmune diseases? Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders Is there a list of gluten foods to avoid? Unsafe Gluten-Free Food List (Unsafe Ingredients) Is there a list of gluten free foods? Safe Gluten-Free Food List (Safe Ingredients) Gluten-Free Alcoholic Beverages Distilled Spirits (Grain Alcohols) and Vinegar: Are they Gluten-Free? Where does gluten hide? Additional Things to Beware of to Maintain a 100% Gluten-Free Diet Free recipes: Gluten-Free Recipes Where can I buy gluten-free stuff? Support this site by shopping at The Store. For Additional Information: Subscribe to: Journal of Gluten Sensitivity


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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Crock Pot

    Someone else here sent me to this site back when I bought my crock pot. It rocks: The woman that writes it is gluten-free, and so are all her recipes. I have yet to have something I made off there that wasn't really delicious.
  3. Gluten Free Products In Kona And Kauai?

    Woo! We leave tomorrow morning. I have a reservation for Merrimans tomorrow night, and we're both very excited about hanging out on the Big Island. Its going to be so nice to be home. Talk to you soon Ken!
  4. Chebe Bread

    I've always found it to be a bit chewy inside, but I only use it for things that are really thin, like pigs in a blanket. Like the other poster said, getting the consistency right with the liquid is essential. I order it by the case as well, and you can also get it by the case from Amazon. I was thinking about using the sweeter one to make a mock-baklava, spreading it super thin and treating it like Filo. Has anyone tried anything like that yet?
  5. Gluten Free Products In Kona And Kauai?

    We are on the Big Island the 24th-4th but in Kona the 1st-4th. My cousin lives in Kona too, she is the manager at the pizza hut, which I doubt you ever go to My grandparents live in Ocean View. When we are in Waimea my (soon to be husband- 2days!!!) is going to be working and we're going to be staying at the Keck Visiting Scientist Quarters, but I really want to check out Merrimans. Their menu looks ono. I made an email reservation with them, and they seem very confident with dealing with Gluten free. Thanks for the info on the Royal Kona, that's totally awesome. I'll ring you up when we're in Kona, maybe we can have lunch Random question- Do you know the Jeyte's? They own the Kilauea Lodge in Volcano.
  6. Gluten Free Products In Kona And Kauai?

    We're staying at the Royal Kona resort for our honeymoon at the end of this month. We're also going to be up in Waimea for a couple days. When we're at my mom's house in Volcano I know we're good, but the other places are more unknown. SO awesome to have an advocate in Kona. Do you know what the lead time for Merrimans is?
  7. San Francisco

    Fisherman's Wharf specifically no, but I have had good luck at Dave's Crab Shack. I am sure the nicer restaurants there should have no problem, generally people are very aware of gluten here. Amici's Pizza on Lombard has a gluten-free menu, and the Pizza is really good. Be aware the other Amici's Sf locations do not have the gluten-free menu, as only the locations with big enough areas to have seperate prep locations have done it. The Castro is just an F line trolley car ride away, and has some good places. Zadin is one of my favorite restaurants in the city. There are gluten-free sandwiches here: There is chances for CC, you may have to walk them through being careful, though they are nice about following direction, and you have to question sandwich ingredients individually. Not recommended if its really busy. There are also Whole Foods and natural groceries all over the place, gluten-free goods are really easy to find here.
  8. American Airlines No-gluten-free Policy

    You'll find this is actually pretty common. Most airlines will only do special meals for international flight, I have yet to find a domestic flight that I have taken with a special meal option.
  9. I found the yellow cake and the cookie. I made the yellow cake and marbled some of it using cocoa. I have to say, i have yet to find a white/yellow cake mix that isn't dry and weird and this was really really good. I'll be using it for the wedding cake in a few weeks. (The bottom is going to be a flat cake of yellow/marble and the top is going to be a chocolate castle). The cookies were freaking amazing. They come out thin and lacey just the way mom used to make and I cannot stand them being in the house right now because I'm on a diet so the dress will fit I made them just to test them for the wedding, and they are a hit. I am a fan of Betty Crocker again.
  10. Bay Area - Peninsula?

    I'm in the East Bay. There is a yahoo group, and a yahoo dinner group that meets up occasionally. The yahoo group is and the dinner group is I am pretty sure there is an active ROCK group in the San Jose/Los Gatos area. These guys: just had a gluten-free potluck in Sunnyvale. I don't get to any of this stuff, cause I'm currently working full time and going to school full time and getting married in 13 days, so its been a really busy year. Hopefully somewhere in there should be a meet-up for you though.
  11. Yum Yum

    Black olives, carrots and cream cheese. They were awesome. Many people did not believe the stuff was gluten-free. I ended up using the french bread rounds for the spinach dip as the topping for the brushetta was kinda weird. People really liked the Chebe sausage rolls. All in all the event was a huge success!
  12. We're throwing our engagement/housewarming/why the heck not party tomorrow, and I've been cooking all day. On the menu: Apple-Goat cheese brushetta - Recipe from Allrecipes, made the bread with Gluten Free Pantry French Bread mix using my french bread pan. Pigs in Blankets- Lil' Smokies and Chebe Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts- Recipe from Allrecipes Spinach Artichoke dip. Pamela's brownies Stuffed Mushrooms- recipe from Allrecipes Cream Cheese penguins - recipe from Allrecipes I also have a veggie tray with gluten-free Hummus and gluten-free Ranch dressing, An Antipasto tray, a giant cheese tray, Corn chips with salsa, rice crackers, and an olive and nut selection. Oh and a watermelon and a strawberry and grape bowl. It's going to be awesome! Guests have been asked to bring alcohol, but no food. I doubt anyone will be sad or miss anything, especially since I made gluten-free vegan versions of a few of the above things for my vegan friends who are coming. There's going to be about 40 people. Lots of cooking, but totally worth it. Just wanted to share.
  13. Hosting A Dinner Party Or Bbq

    I don't allow gluten in my house, with the exception of beer for parties. I also have the rule that if you bring beer and have leftovers, you leave with it, as no one in the house can drink it. My guests love that rule, actually I make the majority of the food, and if people want to bring things, they can either bring drinks, or contact me in advance about what is ok and isn't. So far so good.
  14. Celiac disease is not an allergy, so doesn't require an EpiPen. I have allergies to pollen and dust among other things, and am getting allergy shots to try to lessen the severity of my reactions, so have to carry an EpiPen. You get a new one every year because the solution expires. You're not supposed to expose them to heat or light, but since we have to carry them around all the time, this obviously isn't possible, and the solution can go bad. I would not keep expired pens, because this is one medicine you really want to have the full strength on. Serversymptoms, unless you've tested positive for a strong allergy, or have had an anaphylactic reaction to something, there is no reason for you to need a pen.
  15. Taco Bell The issues with a lot of their stuff is not wheat, but oats. I for one don't eat anything with mainstream oats, because I am very sensitive to CC, and mainstream oats make me sick. The Tostada shell does not contain Oat products like the other shells do. The only thing I ever eat there, and its only a stop I make if there is no other choice, is the pintos and cheese and the tostada. The ingredient statement also clearly states that they use a shared fryer for things like the chips, so those are not safe either.