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#1 Noni

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Posted 16 April 2011 - 10:59 AM


It's been a long time since I've posted,:(. Please forgive me for that. Alot has been happening.
I'm in desperate need of some answers....(I should know the answer to)....but I don't. There are alot of very wise
people on here, would you PLEASE HELP ME???? :o

Some of my questions may be dumb, but I've got to ask
anyway.
Thank you in advance for helping me.

1. Do all Frito-Lay Doritos contain Gluten?
2. Do Kellogg's Rice Krispies and their treats have Gluten?
3. Who makes the BEST Gluten-Free BREAD? BAGELS?
4. Where can I order Gluten-free entree's (if anywhere) for
less than $6.00 an entree.

**I live alone, my grocery budget is small, would rather buy
true Gluten-free entree's than try to cook n freeze them.***
Stores in my area carry 3-4 varieties, and prices are $6-$8 per entree.

Is there a brand called Pamela's? All I've seen is Amy's.

It would mean SO MUCH I'm trying with all my might to keep
gluten FREE. All of you are so much wiser at this than I am. Please help me. I will be forever thankful.

Also, pizza. In our stores a gluten-free pizza, small one....$12? Is that
even reasonable?

Thanks so much. :)

***One more question: I posted on my profile; all my diagnosis', etc. However, it doesn't show up on my postings, etc.
I see it on other members posts. Have I done in incorrectly?
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 11:45 AM

Noni, I don't have answers to most of your questions because I don't use the products. Most people seem to agree that Udi's or Rudi's are the best breads (I can't eat them). I don't think you can get a gluten free entree any cheaper than that - gluten free processed foods are expensive! Pamela's is a brand of baking mix (Bisquik style); she does not make actual finished products so far as I know. It is so much cheaper to make these things yourself from regular food than to pay the processors to make them gluten free (and usually better, too :) )
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 12:10 PM

With regard to Dorito's, I know that Lay's website lists all of the gluten-free varieties of chips--most of their chips ARE gluten free. You'll need to check their site to see if all flavors of Doritos are gluten-free (or if ANY of them are).

As for Rice Krispies, it's my understanding that the cereal and their treats all contain gluten (because of barley malt). I've read, however, that they're working on offering a gluten-free variety shortly.

As to bread, I prefer Udi's (both the white sandwich bread and the whole grain bread). I've read that others also like Rudi's, but I haven't tried it. I keep the bread frozen and microwave a few slices for sandwiches. However, if you want the bread to be super-fluffy, I've found that placing a few slices in a plastic sandwich bag and leaving it in the car for an hour or two steams the bread to perfection.

As for entrees, there are "regular" brands that are gluten free, such as Smart Ones (again, you'll need to check on their website or even contact the company directly). They sell at low prices, and some of them have been listed as gluten free. Sometimes they're on sale for $1.99 each.

Lastly, as for pizza, Glutino (in my opinion) makes the best gluten-free pizza, and many other celiacs agree. I can usually find it for $5-6 at Whole Foods.

Good luck!
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 02:06 PM


Thank you so much! I wish I could fix my own entree's.
It's merely impossible!! :ph34r:

I hate having Celiac Disease!!!! Stores in our area
have NO CLUE what to stock....what Celiac is, etc.
They have rows and rows or organic items, that doesn't
help me.

Sorry folks, I'm just so frustrated. Tired of eating
cottage cheese and fruit to keep from being doubled over
in pain. This sucks big time. As one member put it:
It's easier not to eat!!! I've lost over 75lbs. I love
my new look, don't have to worry about gluten in water,
it's gluten-free :)

Now...88 people have viewed this entry, only 2 responded.
I'm so disappointed. Please????
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#5 ravenwoodglass

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Posted 16 April 2011 - 02:23 PM


1. Do all Frito-Lay Doritos contain Gluten?
2. Do Kellogg's Rice Krispies and their treats have Gluten?
3. Who makes the BEST Gluten-Free BREAD? BAGELS?
4. Where can I order Gluten-free entree's (if anywhere) for
less than $6.00 an entree.


1. Although Frito Lay has a long list of stuff that is gluten free most is produced in a shared facility and the risk of CC is high. If you go to their gluten free list they do state that at the very bottom. The only products of thiers that haven't given me off and on CCings are the plain chips and Fritos.
2. Yes Rice Krispies and the treats have gluten. They use barely malt. I heard they may be coming out with a gluten free rice crispies though I don't know when and it will say gluten-free on the box. Chex cereals are gluten free.
3. I like Udi's and it is often on sale for about $3.50 at my local Wegmans. I also like Grainless Baker and Kinnickinnick will do if they are out of the others. Kinni also makes a 4 pack of pizza crust that I find nice to keep on hand. Kinni stuff is available by mail order but it does have to be kept frozen until used. I've never checked to see if the Udi's and GB can be ordered in bulk but maybe someone else will know.
4. I don't know about mail order entrees but at a larger Wegmans close to me they have a selection of Glutenfreeda items. I buy the burritos and those are about $1.79 and with a bowl of rice they make an okay meal. Dinty Moore Beef stew is another staple that is pretty cheap, the ones in the can are marked gluten-free. I also get Jimmy Dean's Breakfast Skillets with potatoes, peppers and onions and either sausage or bacon. They are about $5 a bag and for one person will make up to 4 or 5 meals. They come in a bag and you brown them and add a scambled egg.
I also do a lot of rice and beans and veggies or make a meatloaf and freeze part for another day. Amy's does make some gluten free dinners but some of us have had issues with CC with them.
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 02:29 PM


Thank you so much! I wish I could fix my own entree's.
It's merely impossible!! :ph34r:

I hate having Celiac Disease!!!! Stores in our area
have NO CLUE what to stock....what Celiac is, etc.
They have rows and rows or organic items, that doesn't
help me.

Sorry folks, I'm just so frustrated. Tired of eating
cottage cheese and fruit to keep from being doubled over
in pain. This sucks big time. As one member put it:
It's easier not to eat!!! I've lost over 75lbs. I love
my new look, don't have to worry about gluten in water,
it's gluten-free :)

Now...88 people have viewed this entry, only 2 responded.
I'm so disappointed. Please????


Have you talked to the manager or owners of the stores near you? If you go in with specific brands some stores will see if they can get the stuff you need. It never hurts to ask.
Something that I forgot to mention in my first reply was Thai Kitchen stuff. They make stuff like Pad Thai and noodle bowls that you just heat up and can add stuff to. I'll add a bit of leftover meat or some chick peas or a veggies for a quick complete meal. The ones that are gluten free say they are gluten free. I find them in the oriental foods section of my local grocery stores.
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celiac 49 years - Misdiagnosed for 45
Blood tested and repeatedly negative
Diagnosed by Allergist with elimination diet and diagnosis confirmed by GI in 2002
Misdiagnoses for 15 years were IBS-D, ataxia, migraines, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, parathesias, arthritis, livedo reticularis, hairloss, premature menopause, osteoporosis, kidney damage, diverticulosis, prediabetes and ulcers, dermatitis herpeformis
All bold resoved or went into remission with proper diagnosis of Celiac November 2002
Some residual nerve damage remains as of 2006- this has continued to resolve after eliminating soy in 2007

Mother died of celiac related cancer at 56
Twin brother died as a result of autoimmune liver destruction at age 15

Children 2 with Ulcers, GERD, Depression, , 1 with DH, 1 with severe growth stunting (male adult 5 feet)both finally diagnosed Celiac through blood testing and 1 with endo 6 months after Mom


Positive to Soy and Casien also Aug 2007

Gluten Sensitivity Gene Test Aug 2007
HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 1 0303

HLA-DQB1 Molecular analysis, Allele 2 0303

Serologic equivalent: HLA-DQ 3,3 (Subtype 9,9)

#7 Noni

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Posted 16 April 2011 - 03:01 PM

1. Although Frito Lay has a long list of stuff that is gluten free most is produced in a shared facility and the risk of CC is high. If you go to their gluten free list they do state that at the very bottom. The only products of thiers that haven't given me off and on CCings are the plain chips and Fritos.
2. Yes Rice Krispies and the treats have gluten. They use barely malt. I heard they may be coming out with a gluten free rice crispies though I don't know when and it will say gluten-free on the box. Chex cereals are gluten free.
3. I like Udi's and it is often on sale for about $3.50 at my local Wegmans. I also like Grainless Baker and Kinnickinnick will do if they are out of the others. Kinni also makes a 4 pack of pizza crust that I find nice to keep on hand. Kinni stuff is available by mail order but it does have to be kept frozen until used. I've never checked to see if the Udi's and GB can be ordered in bulk but maybe someone else will know.
4. I don't know about mail order entrees but at a larger Wegmans close to me they have a selection of Glutenfreeda items. I buy the burritos and those are about $1.79 and with a bowl of rice they make an okay meal. Dinty Moore Beef stew is another staple that is pretty cheap, the ones in the can are marked gluten-free. I also get Jimmy Dean's Breakfast Skillets with potatoes, peppers and onions and either sausage or bacon. They are about $5 a bag and for one person will make up to 4 or 5 meals. They come in a bag and you brown them and add a scambled egg.
I also do a lot of rice and beans and veggies or make a meatloaf and freeze part for another day. Amy's does make some gluten free dinners but some of us have had issues with CC with them.



Thank you for an awesome reply. I truly appreciate it.

I really thought Doritos had Gluten, my sister tried telling me they didn't. Her 4 y/o has celiac and she's letting her eat Doritos.
She claims their website states they are gluten-free. I couldn't find it online. :(
Thanks for clearing it up. I know several of the variety' clearly state they contain wheat.

Thought I should share this info with all of you:
MY ONLY GROCERY STORES are: KROGER, IGA, WALMART SUPERCENTER.
Not much variety, ha ha!
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 04:00 PM




1. Do all Frito-Lay Doritos contain Gluten?
2. Do Kellogg's Rice Krispies and their treats have Gluten?
3. Who makes the BEST Gluten-Free BREAD? BAGELS?
4. Where can I order Gluten-free entree's (if anywhere) for
less than $6.00 an entree.

**I live alone, my grocery budget is small, would rather buy
true Gluten-free entree's than try to cook n freeze them.***


From what I understand, if you really want to be gluten FREE, then you should probably steer clear of doritos and fritos since they are manufactured on shared equipment with products containing gluten.


Rice Krispies contain malt, so are not gluten free, though I hear they are coming out with gluten-free rice krispies.

I have heard good things about Udi's bread and bagels, though haven't tried them myself. Same with the pizzas. I did try the Glutino frozen crusts and just couldn't eat the whole thing because it was horrible. Just flavorless and blah. I'm not sure why anyone would recommend it.

I try to stay away from the processed foods. If your budget is tight, I'm not sure why you wouldn't rather just cook your food from scratch. It's cheaper and doesn't have to be done in mass quantities. You can buy those bags of frozen chicken tenderloins and make a ton of chicken dishes. I usually buy those and then put the frozen chicken into the pan and cook it. Once it's mostly cooked through, I'll drain the fluids and add whatever seasonings or sauces I want.
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 04:24 PM

Thank you for an awesome reply. I truly appreciate it.

I really thought Doritos had Gluten, my sister tried telling me they didn't. Her 4 y/o has celiac and she's letting her eat Doritos.
She claims their website states they are gluten-free. I couldn't find it online. :(
Thanks for clearing it up. I know several of the variety' clearly state they contain wheat.

Thought I should share this info with all of you:
MY ONLY GROCERY STORES are: KROGER, IGA, WALMART SUPERCENTER.
Not much variety, ha ha!



I can't imagine being in your situation with only a few stores to choose from with such a small selection. There is a website called www.buythecase.net. They sell many items by the case and I looked to see it they had any of the gluten free items that I buy. They sell a variety of Amy's and Bob's Red Mill, but I didn't see any Pamela products. It is more expensive upfront, but if you don't have much selection at your store it may be beneficial. I know my Walmart Supercenter has a good selection of gluten free products so if you go online you may be able to order them and have them shipped to your store so you don't have to pay shipping.

Pamela's does have several types of products that I absolutely love. I buy the cookies, my favorite are the shortbread cookies (yum), but I have tried other products by them and they are delicious. As far a the pizza, I couldn't bring myself to pay the prices they wanted for the pre-made crust so I started using the Bob's Red Mill and to be honest with you it has an authentic pizza texture and makes 2 crust so I make one up and store the other in the fridge for a few days. I even take it for lunch and eat it cold.(My kids even like it) I did add garlic salt and italian seasoning to the mix just for the extra flavor. As far as my favorite bread - I found the Canyon Bakehouse to be the best. I like Rudi's okay, but Cayon Bakehouse taste more like bread and it doesn't have to be toasted to taste good. I can make sandwiches and pack them in my lunch and they taste wonderful. I don't eat any of the frozen entree's so I can't help you there. As far as chips are concerned, I buy kettle chips. You should be able to find those at Walmart.

I hope some of this helps!! Good luck :P
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Posted 16 April 2011 - 05:06 PM

Noni, for posting your diagnosis, etc., go to "My Profile" and then "Change Signature". That's how your info will show up on your postings. Took me the longest time to figure that out. :blink:

Now to add my two cents worth to what others have already said:

Lay's does make Stax potato chips that are gluten-free.

Pamela's does have some ready-made things like cookies and cheesecake. So far I've only bought the baking mix as I generally find other things too expensive and I'd rather make my own. http://pamelasproducts.com/

Rice Krispies is coming out this summer with Rice Krispies that will be gluten-free. It's a totally new product made from brown rice, not a reformulated product. http://www2.kelloggs...l.aspx?id=26251

General Mills has a number of products that are gluten-free, including some Progresso soups that might be part of an entree: http://liveglutenfre...ts/default.aspx

Hormel also has some gluten-free foods and they are very good about labeling. https://www.hormel.c...ts/default.aspx

I honestly think you're going to have a difficult time with meals if you aren't able to cook. It will be very expensive. I also live alone, as do a number of us here. I do cook because except for a quick meal here or there, I really don't like processed foods. I shop a lot at Wal-Mart. No Kroger's or IGA in our area.
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Posted 17 April 2011 - 05:37 PM


1. Do all Frito-Lay Doritos contain Gluten?
NO, many of the Doritos are okay. Avoid the nacho for sure, and a few of the spicier ones (I don't eat these, so I don't recall which) I know the ranch is okay for sure.

2. Do Kellogg's Rice Krispies and their treats have Gluten?
All Kellogg's rice krispies have the barley malt, so, not good. There is a rice crispie that is gluten free....Enviro Kids???(I think)

3. Who makes the BEST Gluten-Free BREAD? BAGELS?
Udi's gluten-free bread is great as is Rudi's. Rudi's is superior (IMHO) when you are toasting, as in grilled cheese. I like Udi's bagels best. I like Kinnikinnik's hammburger buns as well. Udi's says they will have some coming out soon, so we will have to see when that happens. Udi's has $1 off coupons on their web site as does Rudi's. Just google it.

4. Where can I order Gluten-free entree's (if anywhere) for
less than $6.00 an entree.

I have found Amazon has a good amount of gluten-free products. I get my pasta's through them as well as Kind bars. Both have free shipping. Glutino has some good frozen dinners. I have also found Thai Kitchen has some good "add hot water" noodle meals. I find these in the asian meal aisle (by the LaChoy meals) I even found some (Thai Kitchen as well)that are similar to Ramen, but I didn't try them as I sent them off to my college son. I can get these for about $1.55 each, the Ramen style were cheaper.

Also, pizza. In our stores a gluten-free pizza, small one....$12? Is that
even reasonable?

Glutino has good individual size pizza's for about $5 each here. Udi's has frozen crusts which are pretty good as well. You could add your own toppings. Most Pizza sauces are fine, just double check the label.
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Posted 17 April 2011 - 08:46 PM

I don't know if you don't cook because you don't like it (that's me!) or don't know how (also me). But gluten-free foods are so very expensive. I am learning some cooking basics in order to survive. gluten-free foods are so full of calories and fat grams, not really healthy. Any way you could get a simple food steamer, they sell for around $20.00, and steam some fresh veggies? What about some chicken breasts? Simplest way is to throw them in a pan, pour some gluten-free soup over the top and bake. Simple & cheap. I know there are cooks on here that could give you some very simple ideas, more than i can. But it's just a thought.
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Posted 18 April 2011 - 12:42 AM

Hi. I live in Australia so I can't help you with most of these products. I was recently in USA and I found it really hard to eat - breakfast and lunch are the hardest. Most days I had a boiled egg and a tub of yogurt for breakfast. Thank goodness I like American coffee!

In Australia we have rice crispies and corn flakes both of which are flavored with malt barley - however the cheap generic and small supermarket brand rice crispies and corn
flakes are gluten free! Yay cheap too!

I like cooking and feel it's safest eating home cooked meals. I particularly love making and eating gluten-free brownies and cakes - hence the reason why I have put on weight!

It's easy once you work out which brands you know and trust.
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Posted 18 April 2011 - 02:02 AM

Although rice krispies are no good, Erewhon makes a gluten-free rice krispie. Just make sure to check the packaging carefully, though - they make a gluten-free AND a non-gluten-free rice krispie cereal. It says 'gluten free' on the correct box.

3. Who makes the BEST Gluten-Free BREAD? BAGELS?
I have heard the best feedback from people on Udi's bread as the one they like.

4. Where can I order Gluten-free entree's (if anywhere) for
less than $6.00 an entree.
That probably depends on where you live, I'm sorry to say. It's rare for a gluten-free frozen food to be over $6.00 where I am, unless it's a pizza, ya know?

I like Pamela's brand foods quite a lot, actually. Their mixes are made in a gluten-free facility, but their pre-made products like cookies are not. They all are tested down to 5ppm of gluten or less, however.

Also, for the budget issues? I would really look into ordering on-line. You can find some really good deals on-line for mixes in bulk sizes that I haven't found in stores. Weirdly enough, (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) has a lot of food products that you can get. But you need to check the seller - some try to hose you by offering a good price, and then asking for insane shipping costs. Some seem to be pretty legit, though. :-)


>>Also, pizza. In our stores a gluten-free pizza, small one....$12? Is that
even reasonable?

It's pretty normal, sigh. I think gluten-free pizza dough mixes might be more economical, but honestly? After you add in the cost of the cheese, toppings, and so on, they might still be about the same.


Grrr - stupid expensive foods.
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Posted 18 April 2011 - 10:43 AM

You poor thing. You sound so sad. Although I am new to this whole Gluten free world, I know one thing. Finding foods that you can eat that are GOOD isn't easy. Spending alot of $ on them is easy. If you want to be happy on a Gluten fee diet, you are going to have to work a little harder. Sorry, but it's true. It takes research, experimenting and time. So here's what I do. Use the internet and Google it. There are websites that list restaurants with Gluten Free menus, there are Gluten free shopping guides. I order cookie mixes on line. If you can't find what you want at the grocery store, I assure you, you can order it on line. Try a different store bought items each week. Evaluate if the taste is worth the price you paid. If not, try baking it yourself.

Rice Krispies products all have GLUTEN. I looked it up.
The best bread and the only one I can stomach is bread I make myself. It's not hard. All you need is a KitchenAid mixer and a bread pan and about 2 hours every 2 weeks. I bake the bread, cut it in half and freeze half and use the other half. Publix sells Gluten Free bread mixes. Hint, all ingredients need to be at room temperature.

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