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Nordica Cottage Cheese
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Does anyone know if Nordica cottage cheese is gluten-free? I know there are other brands that are gluten-free, but I am a big fan of the Nordica. I looked on the ingredients, and it all looks fine to me....but I'm too new at this to feel very confident. Somtimes I wonder if I will EVER feel confident in just reading a label and knowing it's gluten-free or not.

Anyway, I know I could just call the company....but I hate the telephone!!! :huh:

Thanks for any help.

Brenda

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:D brenda--i went to their website and checked out the ingreds and i would feel safe about buying this product--the only thing modified is milk ingreds--i would eat it---so enjoy :P deb
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Duh!!! Didn't think of going to their website. :rolleyes: I didn't see anything on the ingredients that could be harmful, but like I siad, I'm not very confident!

Thanks Deb!

Brenda

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:D its ok--guess what i did--i am so angry with myself and quaker oats company---I have purchased their caramel corn cakes for a long time now--recently i found their brand that is cracker jack and i read the ingredients--all ok, so i bought them :) and i loved them :D , so when they were gone i purchased 2 more bags--talking to my sister today she says--now deb, did you buy cracker jack or cracker jack butter toffee <_< i didnt know there was 2 kinds, i only saw one on the shelf, so i bought it :rolleyes: WELL, the butter toffee flavor has barley malt in it :angry: thank god the barley didnt make me physically ill, but we all know it is at work on my villi :angry: i am so angry with them and myself, but in my defense--there was only one brand on the shelf and it was where i purchased them the 1st time, and i did read the ingredients :unsure: we are never safe--somedays i just feel like giving up--deb :unsure:
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That's what I hate about this diet. It seems as if I'm not paranoid, I will get "glutened". Don't feel bad....all of us have had those moments. Mine was with Rice milk (Rice Dream - not gluten-free!). I drink soy milk, and yes, I drink it straight from the jug, because I'm the only one who drinks it. Anyway.....since the rice milk and the soy milk look so much alike, I accidentaly took a swig of the rice milk. UGH!!!! One little swig and I'm sick for three days. Dumb, dumb, dumb. :angry:

So see....you're not the only one. :D

Brenda

P.S. I ate the cottage cheese.....no reaction!!!! Yipppeeee!!! I wish I could eat the whole container full, but since I'm kind of sensitive to dairy, I just eat a few bites at a time. But hey...I'll take what I can get. :lol:

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