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Hi,

I am trying to see if a topic has been talked about before, but I can't seem to get the search down to less than a 1000 posts. I took out the word and, that took out 3000 topics. Sorry I just don't seem to be able to figuire this one out. I am looking for any info on tree nut, peanut , and dairy free stuff as well as gluten free. My daughter started kindergarten and there are children with other allergies.

Thanks so much for your help.

Laura

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Sorry if this post is unorganized...I am trying to write it fast....

It can be hard to find things at times. If you choose the additional options you can narrow your search to a specific forum/category. This makes looking at your results easier. Ie. since you are looking for foods/products you could start by searching exlusively in that category. You can also filter by a member name, which is relevant at times---ie. if someone you know has a specific experience on a topic and you want to find their posts.

Other words you could try to search for too are casein (dairy), intolerance (word similar to allergy). Are you trying to find food lists of gluten, dairy, nut free foods? Also--do you have copies of the forbidden ingredients yet--for any of those items? You may be interested in this thread--on school and kids with food allergies: http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...346entry58346

Casein free: (The first thread has info I posted on casein free products)

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...=8927&hl=casein

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...=7675&hl=casein

link to casein free cheese, if interested: http://www.galaxyfoods.com/ourbrands/usa/vegan.asp

Other food lists to ck out:

http://forums.delphiforums.com/n/mb/list.a...&cacheTag=x46-0

This website will teach you how to read labels to ck for all of the additional allergens you've mentioned: http://www.foodallergy.org/allergens.html

Go here to see resources and lists for casein free/gluten free foods: www.gfcfdiet.com

Also--good brands that are cf/gluten-free: enjoylife, namaste, kinnikinnick

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See this thread for info. on searching.

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...=6959&hl=search

Unfortunately, some of the information may be outdated since we've had one pretty big board update since this was written (for example, I don't think there is an advanced usage help option anymore...you'll see what I mean).

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Oh, the best way to reduce the # of results you get--go to search, then click more options...you can specify more clearly what you want.

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