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I signed the petition! Thanks for the link!

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I just posted the anti-Amber NFCA petition on Domino's Facebook page...let's see how long it lasts...post-2-0-07790900-1337202892_thumb.jpg

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I just posted the anti-Amber NFCA petition on Domino's Facebook page...let's see how long it lasts...post-2-0-07790900-1337202892_thumb.jpg

I get the message, [#10171] You do not have permission to view this attachment.

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Mine was booted long ago. (Me too Sylvia). I got back into this thread to find the link.

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I think they ought to call their pizza low-gluten, but not gluten free. There are lots of people now trying the gluten-free diet, for many reasons besides celiac. People with Crohn's, diabetes, or other autoimmune disease for instance, and also people who just like the idea of eating a healthier diet. For them a low-gluten pizza would possibly make sense. For us it is a total no go and doesn't seem, to meet the spirit of the term gluten free, so shouldn't be called that. But low-gluten seems ok to me. I don't see how they can call it gluten free if they don't test it after making it in their kitchen though.

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I think they ought to call their pizza low-gluten, but not gluten free. There are lots of people now trying the gluten-free diet, for many reasons besides celiac. People with Crohn's, diabetes, or other autoimmune disease for instance, and also people who just like the idea of eating a healthier diet. For them a low-gluten pizza would possibly make sense. For us it is a total no go and doesn't seem, to meet the spirit of the term gluten free, so shouldn't be called that. But low-gluten seems ok to me. I don't see how they can call it gluten free if they don't test it after making it in their kitchen though.

GREAT Idea! :D

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My husband just told me how much these things cost. All of a sudden I was excited about staying in my kitchen cooking my own. We also have a little family run business by the church that doesn't require a second mortgage to eat there.

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The staff of GIG was against it. I recieved something about an insignia that went with this gluten-free pizza that they at GIG were against. I had trouble following it. Maybe this letter is on their web site.

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The staff of GIG was against it. I recieved something about an insignia that went with this gluten-free pizza that they at GIG were against. I had trouble following it. Maybe this letter is on their web site.

It's called an amber seal and Kareng posted it on the previous page.

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Is anyone else having an issue viewing the attached image?

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I get the message, [#10171] You do not have permission to view this attachment.

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Is anyone else having an issue viewing the attached image?

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Scott

Yes.

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Yes.

Me too

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Me too, same message.

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Yes, I DO NOT HAVE PERMISSION :ph34r:

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It's not possible to please everyone - I order a pizza without tomato sauce :lol:

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Now, that pizza I would feel safe giving her. I like the disposable cutter and bake in a bag idea.

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Yeah!

"The North American Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (NASSCD) today announced a call for all restaurants and food manufacturers to properly label gluten-free products to avoid confusion that has the potential to threaten the health of people with celiac disease."

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http://glutenfreeville.com/research/amberditched. ( to read more of the article)

"Thanks to an organized gluten free community and initiative led by 1 in 133 founders Jules Shepard and John Forberger

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