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All I had last night out of the normal was Malibu Rum and Dailey's Pina Colada mix. I am not sure if it is possible I had a reaction to this?

I also ate cheesy potatoes (dairy really doesn't bother me), and some dark dove chocolates (which I eat under normal circumstances and have never had an issue). That's it. 

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How long have you been gluten-free? Are you celiac or non-celiac gluten intolerant?

 

When we first go gluten-free, just about anything can set us off. While we are still healing our guts are so sensitive even gluten-free foods will sometimes make us sick. Also, alcohol can be a problem for us because we are now absorbing things better.

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All I had last night out of the normal was Malibu Rum and Dailey's Pina Colada mix. I am not sure if it is possible I had a reaction to this?

I also ate cheesy potatoes (dairy really doesn't bother me), and some dark dove chocolates (which I eat under normal circumstances and have never had an issue). That's it.

If you didn't make the potatoes, are you sure they were gluten-free?

And I second what Barty said.

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Thank you for the replies!  :)

 

Diagnosed celiac. Since July 1st.

 

I drink wine on a regular basis and it doesn't ever mess with me. 

I made the potatoes from scratch, no box mix. 

 

:unsure: I have no clue. As I am sure you know, it can be so hard to judge where a person might even picked up cross contamination. I think that's my hardest thing since going gluten free. I know my kitchen is 100% safe but eating with others... is a challenge. And Thanksgiving was just a day and a half ago. :rolleyes:

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I double checked what I had read before about Dailys, and their website currently states all their products are gluten free.  On the rare occasion I drink alcohol, I really like their strawberry frozen drink thingy.  

 

Anyways, maybe it was a combination of all the heavy food that gave you a little tummy trouble?  Especially around a holiday people tend to not eat their normal kind of food.  If you still suspect that you were sensitive to something in what you ate, try those same things again, one at a time, very spread out, on days where you eat something you know you are okay with.  And if none of them cause you trouble, you can chalk it up to just eating differently around the holiday.  It can be hard to differentiate what causes symptoms.

 

And welcome to the forum :)

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