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Pls Tell Me Your Favorite gluten-free Products!
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I like the chips way too much IrishHeart! :)

Hubs and I can plow through a jumbo bag in no time :lol:

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I was a huge snacker, prior to October. I don't eat a traditional breakfast or lunch never did, loved my cookies and milk late night. We always have done whole foods for dinner and still continue. Most nights I'll skip the starch and make double vegetable and a salad with the protein. Milk is still an issue, so no more cookies and milk late night, also means no cream sauces.

I do enjoy Wise potato chip @ night. My deck draw is filled with chex's all kinds, pretzel sticks, crackers, shortbread cookies, dried cranberries, glazed nuts.

I have had Gluten Free Pantry, Brownies with added coconut oil (an added fat), and 1-2-3 Gluten Free Pan Bars, these were made for me. They can add the extra calories and fat your looking for. Good luck searching, try and stick to the whole foods and ones higher in fat and calorie content. They should help you with the weight gain.

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Milk is still an issue, so no more cookies and milk late night, also means no cream sauces.

Have you not tried the almond or hemp milks? They are delicious :)

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Milk is still an issue, so no more cookies and milk late night, also means no cream sauces.

Try some So Delicious Coconut milk. In the dairy section. Red Carton. Delicious with your cookies or cereal and works well in recipes and has tons of calcium. They make "ice cream" too! gluten-free, DF, and SF!

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Oh I should not be reading these posts on an empty stomach! I am so hungry and can't decide if I'm craving crunchy salty chips or brownies more! !

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Oh I should not be reading these posts on an empty stomach! I am so hungry and can't decide if I'm craving crunchy salty chips or brownies more! !

Go ahead---have both! ;)

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I am completely addicted to Sabras hummus. I use baby carrots instead of crackers or chips...yummmmm!

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I'm also relatively new to gluten-free, I"ve only found a few things that i can have with no problems. Takes me about 20-24 hours to become sick after eating gluten and 6-7 days to get over the main effect, Flu like symptoms. Be very careful with packaged foods that say gluten free on them, seems some are not. You can try these one a day in small amount an see if they work for you.

Dukes mayonnaise, great on a banana

Kraft oriiginal bbq sauce, does wonders to baked dark meat chicken, seems for me white meat is a little hard to digest.

Kraft original ranch dressing, great for those baked chicken wings

enjoy life packaged foods i have not had any problems with, other than they can be a little hard to find.

I highly recommend before trying any new food doing a search on this forum for "gluten free (name of food you want to try)"

I think with any food moderation is the key....

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Be very careful with packaged foods that say gluten free on them, seems some are not.

I don't think that this is the problem so much as - what is the definition of gluten free? In the U.S. there is no definition yet, but a proposed definition is under 20 ppm. That isn't enough for all of us. http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Food/ScienceResearch/ResearchAreas/RiskAssessmentSafetyAssessment/UCM264152.pdf

I wish you the best finding safe foods for yourself. You may do better with items made in gluten free facilities.

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