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#1 Booney

 
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Posted 01 January 2013 - 12:31 PM

I have recently began gluten free due to multiple health problems- I have discovered it is not easy and I need to cut a lot out of my diet. The one thing I can not seem to do without is my coffee- I need to know is the creamer used at Tim Hortons gluten free ?? I asked at the restaurant and they had no clue. Please help.
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Posted 01 January 2013 - 12:35 PM

I can't respond specifically to the question about Timmy's, but all the coffee places I have gone to use real cream, which is gluten-free.
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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:01 AM

I haven't stepped foot into a Tim's in a few years, and have weaned myself off Tim's coffee. The cream should be fine, as long as you're ok with milk.
However, keep in mind that Tim Hortons is filled with gluteny things and there's a reasonable chance of cross contamination. I can't stand to go in anymore. It's depressing...

So, you can still have your double double, but be careful you don't get any timbit dust in the process.

(Canadian Celiac problems.... ergh)
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