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Ricotta Cheese?
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something made me really sick yesterday.

the only thing i can possibly think of was the ricotta cheese i put in lasagne.

i am two weeks gluten free and was starting to feel better, but all my symptoms are back now :(

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what were the ingredients on the ricotta? I imagine there is a brand of low-fat or no-fat ricotta that may have modified food starch in the ingredients, but real ricotta should be nothing but milk and enzymes (and salt).

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i threw the container away already

i have been trying soooooo hard...and now i'm so confused

i think i may go back to eating very basic food for awhile so this doesnt happen again

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Ricotta is really a fairly basic food. The lesson here really is to never eat a food without checking on it by calling the company. Don't assume, especially when just starting out.

All that said, the ricotta probably was gluten-free. I have yet to find one that isn't.

richard

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the list by Celiac.org that I just recieved says that all FRIGO products are gluten free

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