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Posted 05 October 2012 - 11:47 AM

Awesome! I will look for those brands and different noodles. Rice is all we have here, but I will look online and see what I can order.

The Udi's I bought was white and my family isn't used to white breads. And I was surprised I found it. It was in the freezer sect, on the very top shelf, way at the back. So who knows, it could of been there for 6months for all I know. I drove into the city yesterday and found Genius multigrain. We haven't tried it yet, but it looks great!
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Posted 05 October 2012 - 02:16 PM

Thank you everyone for the warm welcome!! And all the information. This has all been a bit of a curve ball I was not expecting. But I am trying. First to reflect on some of the comments... Digestive enzymes?? Really? What are they and why would they be beneficial??

Hi P-Mama,

Digestive enzymes help break down food in your digestive system. Some of them are made by the gallbladder and some are made by the lining of the small intestine. Celiac damage to the small intestine can affect the production of enzymes needed to digest food. Gall bladder issues are also fairly common with celiac disease. The combination can make digestion difficult. Replacement digestive enzymes can help.
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Posted 05 October 2012 - 04:02 PM

Gluten free is hard for those who are used to the gluteny stuff. Believe it or not, after a while on it, it tastes a lot better.

Playdough is a pain to get out and who's to say he won't put his finger near his mouth when playing with it?

I adore the corn/quinova mixes, i can't handle the ever raved rice one on here, it sits like lead in my stomach.
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Posted 06 October 2012 - 03:55 AM

We love Ancient Grains Quinoa Pasta. The entire family eats it (even though only two of us NEED to) and no one complains. I found the rice pasta to be mushy. The quinoa pasta is even good the next day.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 02:10 PM

For thanksgiving, I am using a cookie crumb crust made with gluten-free ginger snaps and butter. I hope it works...

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