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Gluten Free Oat Flour


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#1 hannisa

 
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Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:17 AM

I've just been "glutened" by some cookies from the Tesco's Free From range which were made with gluten-free oat flour. I had my suspicions about oats before but this confirms that I can't eat them. I am self-diagnosed coeliac's so I was wondering why gluten-free oats are affecting me if my self diagnosis is right?
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Posted 08 January 2013 - 12:02 PM

A lot of people have issues with oats completely. It isn't that the oats aren't actually gluten free, it is that we have a gluten-like reaction to actual oats and are simply never able to tolerate them. Depending on the severity of your intolerance, you may be able to still eat things processed in facilities that handle oats, or you may not. Many here can not use flours from facilities that process gluten free oats at all.
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