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Ow- Cool Ranch Doritos Are My Nemesis
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So I ate kind of a lot of cool ranch doritos. I know, I know- but all the health food was getting wearing! I used to be a junk food junkie before celiac turned me into the crunchy hippie everyone already thinks I am.

So anyway, turns out that though they are gluten free, cool ranch doritos are manufactured on gluteny lines. =(

My joints are very angry at me today. Also: Brain fog.

This lifestyleis very challenging some days. *sigh*

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Oh, bummer. Sorry you're feeling ill.

Lays Stax are your best bet for gluten-free chips. They are manufactured on dedicated lines.

I'm turning into a food hippie too. I'm on GAPS and it's so restrictive about the only processed foods I'm eating are Larabars. I'm headed into work today with homemade carrot puree soup, homemade pickled beets, and coconut flour bread for lunch. :lol:

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I'm headed into work today with homemade carrot puree soup, homemade pickled beets, and coconut flour bread for lunch. :lol:

Yumm... is there enough for two? I love any sort of soup AND homegrown/pickled !!!

There wouldn't be too many people who'd steal your lunch out of the fridge though.

:lol:

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Do you get Rice Works chips where you are? If so, the Parmesan flavour remind me a lot of Doritos. They're a good substitute, and they're definitely gluten free.

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so sorry you got zapped!

My kids tell me that the nacho cheese flavor of Laurell Hill tortilla chips reminded them of Doritos a lot, too. They're GFCO certified, so that should be <10ppm.

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Do you get Rice Works chips where you are? If so, the Parmesan flavour remind me a lot of Doritos. They're a good substitute, and they're definitely gluten free.

Uhm, if you have a skin problem you suspect is DH I'd be very wary of Rice Works. One of the worst "flashback" moments I've had is after eating a small bowl of them. Instant DH. Also had neuro issues but that happens with DH for me...

They are loaded with salicylates, salt, food colorings...quite honestly one of the junkiest foods I've ever seen.

But yes, they are good!!

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