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I Got Sick On Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Apple Muffin Mix


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#1 Aly1

 
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 04:31 PM

I love their stuff! But I've eaten a ton of the muffins we made in the past week and I've been getting sicker and sicker. Am wondering if I have a sensitivity to one of the other ingredients or if others have had problems with Bob's?

I keep glutening myself (or whatever reaction this is) while trying So Hard not to. Getting grumpy.
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 04:51 PM

Sorry to hear the muffins did not agree. My mom made some Bob's gluten-free bread for me at Christmas and I have not noticed a reaction. One question I have is what kind of oil did you use? The recipe my mom made called for vegetable oil but she substituted olive oil since some vege oils contain soy, another possible antigen...
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 05:58 PM

Sorry to hear the muffins did not agree. My mom made some Bob's gluten-free bread for me at Christmas and I have not noticed a reaction. One question I have is what kind of oil did you use? The recipe my mom made called for vegetable oil but she substituted olive oil since some vege oils contain soy, another possible antigen...


Hmmm...my hubby used canola oil. I did not have an immediate reaction, but ate 2 batches (!) in about 3 days. I am trying to gain weight so I was being a piggy :). It didn't actually feel like typical glutening though (and I got a lot of heart palpitations which I don't think has occurred with gluten), so maybe it is a different allergen. Felt horrid though so I will have to investigate further. Thanks!
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 06:18 PM

Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free products are processed in a dedicated facility. However, this facility also processes certified gluten-free oats. If you have a problem with certified gluten-free oats (some people are cross-reactive), then their products could be a problem for you.

It is quite possible it was something else that caused your problem.
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Posted 04 January 2012 - 07:41 PM

I do have an issue with certified gluten-free oats so that must be it! Thank you!
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