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Does any one have a compehensive list

that can be saved in Word and I could buy a

PALM to store, there is so much to learn. I can't

remember it all in the store or while traveling.

my emial lisa.freeman@jfcom.mil

thanks

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Here is another link...

www.glutenfreeinfo.com

I am sure you could copy and paste the items you like and save it to word.

Hope this helps

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DLayman, that is a great link, but I think there is a newer one out there.

http://homepage.mac.com/sholland/celiac/GFfoodlist011604.pdf

I'm guessing this one was done in Jan. 2004. I haven't found any differences yet, but I'm still looking.

- Pete

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Pete

What a GREAT link.

I'm new at this and at first thought there was so much I couldn't have but this was awesome. I found a lot of the tihings I lilked and was wondering about on the list!

Debbie

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Everytime I try to click on one of the sites for the gluten free food lists I am kicked off the internet. I have a question---is soy lecithin ( an ingredient in many foods ) safe or unsafe?

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Soy lecithin is gluten free, from what I've read. Some people may have a soy sensitivity, however.

I have the Clan Thompson database on my pocket PC and highly recommend it!

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Thank-you for the info on soy lecithin Judy Naradowski

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Does any one have a compehensive list

that can be saved in Word and I could buy a

PALM to store, there is so much to learn.  I can't

remember it all in the store or while traveling.

my emial              lisa.freeman@jfcom.mil

thanks

The best list i've found is in PDF format. (same one as others posted here - but a newer version came out in May. http://homepage.mac.com/sholland/celiac/GFfoodlist.pdf )

Instead of a Palm, i use the T-Mobile Sidekick which is a web-browser, emailer, phone etc. Unfortunately it doesn't read PDFs. (Nearly all Palms do btw)

I was a bit surprised to find that Adobe has a tool online to convert a PDF into html.

(http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/acce...imple_form.html)

While the output isn't 100% ideal (minor formatting issues) it DOES create links from Table of Contents to the correct page of the document. (not to exactly the paragraph w/in the page tho)

If you'd like to see the converted html version, I've put it on my earthlink "webspace", http://home.earthlink.net/~gluten-free/gluten-free-May04.html

NOW my problem is that while the Table of Contents links work fine on the desktop pc, somehow they don't w/ the Sidekick.

:o

Not sure yet if i can further edit the html to make the list usable from my pocket or if i'll have to get a Palm or something else.

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