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Kraft - Catalina Dressing?
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Yes, I know Kraft is cool company, and I know you can just read the ingredients... but somthing got me durring what should be a gluten-free and DF Easter meal... and I was wondering if maybe I am missing something in the indgredients since this was about the only "new" product that I can think of. Anyone know if this si gluten-free and DF from experence?

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I'm not sure about the dairy part, but it is definitely gluten free. I use it all the time.......

Karen

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Yes, I know Kraft is cool company, and I know you can just read the ingredients... but somthing got me durring what should be a gluten-free and DF Easter meal... and I was wondering if maybe I am missing something in the indgredients since this was about the only "new" product that I can think of. Anyone know if this si gluten-free and DF from experence?

Just a thought....because I got sick when I *knew* I shouldn't....are you sure it was a gluten reaction, and not a reaction to bad lettuce or a stomach bug? Maybe you got the brain fog or some other symptom that you KNOW has to do with gluten, but I just want to pose that question. I am so quick to blame gluten, but I think I actually got sick from bad lettuce last week....and all of the work I do to avoid gluten!

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Catalina Dressing should be dairy free. This link says that the dressing is gluten and dairy free, but the list is Canadian: http://www.kraftcanada.com/assets/docs/KLG_all.pdf

Okay thanks Carrie! SO it was either CC someplace, or unrelated to what I ate. Gotta love these easy defititive answers! :)

BTW Carrier, if you have tiem can you pm me or post a list of items that should be dairy free (like lays stax) that you react to? Thanks!

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Just tossing out ideas here, but... I made a totally safe easter meal and still felt kind of sick...

It's because I ate too much!

I often forget that I am human and will still feel sick from overeating :rolleyes:

I'm guessing you had a lot of casein free/gluten-free candy that day too? Maybe it was the combination and quantity of food that didn't agree with you...

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I have suspected Lays Stax and Lays Regular chips and possibly lundberg rice chips, although I'm not sure if my reactions to the lundberg rice chips were from gluten or dairy.

Some mistakes that I have made are eating dairy in restaurants and drinking wine with casein! I recently got sick from drinking wine that I believe contained casein.

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Just tossing out ideas here, but... I made a totally safe easter meal and still felt kind of sick...

It's because I ate too much!

I often forget that I am human and will still feel sick from overeating :rolleyes:

I'm guessing you had a lot of casein free/gluten-free candy that day too? Maybe it was the combination and quantity of food that didn't agree with you...

Nope, ever since I broke the carb addiction yearts ago doing aktins not realy eaten much candy at all. Just does not apeal to me any more. Im droping wieht like crazy! None of my pants fit sicne going casien free.. this is not good, I was *at* my target wieght.. so cant be eating to much.

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I have suspected Lays Stax and Lays Regular chips and possibly lundberg rice chips, although I'm not sure if my reactions to the lundberg rice chips were from gluten or dairy.

Some mistakes that I have made are eating dairy in restaurants and drinking wine with casein! I recently got sick from drinking wine that I believe contained casein.

WINE???? I did notknow that wine would have casien in it??? (I dont drink wine, so I guess I dont care... but its used in cooking alot!)

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Wine? How would wine get casein in it? I thought wine was fermented fruit juice. How does milk protien get into it?<----showing my ignorance in how wine is made!

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Wine? How would wine get casein in it? I thought wine was fermented fruit juice. How does milk protien get into it?<----showing my ignorance in how wine is made!

http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:7aXy9c...&ct=clnk&celiac

"Isinglass, made from fish swim bladders has been used for centuries, but today many more fining agents are available to the wine-maker, most commonly bentonite and casein."

"It's possible that if filtration isn't properly carried out then some aluminium could remain in the wine. Casein, a milk by-product, is also commonly used and its worth noting that many people have an allergy to casein."

http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:nTw62t...&ct=clnk&celiac

"Wine! Casein is one of six substances that may be used to clarify wine. (Egg white is another.) If you call the vintner, ask if casein is used in the "fining process"."

http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:Ph8hic...&ct=clnk&celiac disease=19

"Some wines are clarified using battery egg albumen, an agent more commonly used for red wines, or casein (milk protein). "

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Yes, I know Kraft is cool company, and I know you can just read the ingredients... but somthing got me durring what should be a gluten-free and DF Easter meal... and I was wondering if maybe I am missing something in the indgredients since this was about the only "new" product that I can think of. Anyone know if this si gluten-free and DF from experence?

Didn't you eat some wheat cereal or something? Could that be what got you? (Sorry I don't think I read that whole thread so I could be missing something). But could you have had a delayed reaction to that? Sometimes when I eat something I'm intolerant to, I don't react right away to that specific food. Instead, I start reacting randomly to foods that should be perfectly safe. Just a thought.

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thanks for the link to the list, there are some gluten-free and dairy free things I had no idea I could have :D you mentioned its canadian list, does that mean I should not depend on it? I'm shopping tomorrow and wanted to buy some of the stuff on the list

thanks

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