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#1 jennyj

 
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Posted 08 June 2006 - 03:35 PM

The other day I was craving a chili dog. Just a hot dog with chili. I went to the store and found some hotdogs, picked up some shredded cheese, adn went to pick up some chili. Simple I thought until I started to read. Every name brand I picked up listed OATMEAL. I thought I had come to terms with seeing wheat or food starch, barley, but Oats. I finally found a generic brand which had no oats and I left but for some reason it just didn't taste right. Anyone else ever had a craving just to be let down? :(
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Posted 08 June 2006 - 04:52 PM

The other day I was craving a chili dog. Just a hot dog with chili. I went to the store and found some hotdogs, picked up some shredded cheese, adn went to pick up some chili. Simple I thought until I started to read. Every name brand I picked up listed OATMEAL. I thought I had come to terms with seeing wheat or food starch, barley, but Oats. I finally found a generic brand which had no oats and I left but for some reason it just didn't taste right. Anyone else ever had a craving just to be let down? :(


first, get yourself some gluten free hot dog buns at kinnikinnick.com or order some from Debys Gluten Free bakery.

Second, buy some Hebrew National or Oscar Meyer Hot Regular Hot Dogs

Third, get some shredded cheddar cheese

Lastly, get some Hormel Chili -- the kind WITH beans should be ok. www.hormel.com -- they have a gluten free list available...

I do this at least once a month :)
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