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Rebecca47

Member Since 12 Nov 2006
Offline Last Active Nov 12 2007 05:21 PM
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Topics I've Started

Teriaki Sauce

02 August 2007 - 07:25 PM

Any one know about LA CHOY brand teraki and soy sauce, There is no wheat or gluten listed and I also called and the recording say that they follow all rules and would list if it had any of the eight allergens in it.


Anyway I have used it and had no problems. Thought you would like to know :D

Orange Juice

25 March 2007 - 06:33 PM

Hi everyone,

Well I will get right to the point. Here is the question TROPICANA ORANGE JUICE VIT -D AND CALICIUM ADDED!!

Well I just had some with my dinner which I know was ok nalleys gluten free chili and orida crispy frenc fries.

I pretty sure that the OJ is what made me sick as :( you know what. What is it with citric acid I think I read somewhere that it is not good for celiacs I really don't know or remember.

Anyone out there with an answer ? I haven't had this OJ in awhile and i really think it caused it. :angry:

So bloated I feel 7 months pregnant and I know thats not the case LOL :rolleyes:

Help please

Pamela's Chocolate Chunk Cookie Mix

28 January 2007 - 11:32 AM

Ok I haven't had a cookie since Aug 2, 2006. Last night I baked pamela's choc chunk and there were so good I had my neighbor even try one and they said they were even better than regular cookies.

Well I made myself some and told my son he could try them(he's 25) then I told him that I made him his own batch of the regular so i could have all of mine to myself. :lol:

Well he laughed and said ok but I still am going to eat a couple of your because they are way to good and I should share :lol:

So anyway i thought i would pass that on to all and the newbies don't wait as long as I for great cookies ;)

Eye Problems

27 January 2007 - 07:37 PM

Not sure if this is in the right spot. :(

I guess crossed eye and lazy eye are different ?
Hi
This is a quick note to say I went to the eye doctor yesterday, and explained that i was born crossed -eyed. That I wore bifocals until I was 10 yrs, then i had surgery on my right etc.

She listened very carefully, as it was my first time to see her. Well i was very impressed , seeing that i had gone to an opthamolgist just a few days early.
That dr. told me that i was ok and that I was just getting older and that is why i was focusing and couldn't read small print.

Well a long story short, this new dr, DR Stout she is great. She did a complete exam including loking for diseases. :lol:

Well no cataracs, no blk spots or glaucoma etc., but I do have a stigma in my right and I do not see with both eyes at the same time, she said very rare. Also my right cornia (spelled wrong) is in the shape of an oval and my left eye is round. :angry:

I am both nearsighted and farsighted and my left eye is worse than my right. I will get my new bifocals in about 2 or up to 4 weeks. Yahoo i will be able to read things without a magnafirer ( also spelled wrong ) sorry my eyes are killing me and i am not thinking very well.

She has all the new technolgies and gadgets in the office i saw pics of the insides of my eyes all good.

She said that only one eye is reading at any given time and that i use my left eye more or tilt my head back and forth to see which ever works best. but mostly i read with the left one only.

She said have what is called STRABISMUS I googled it and I learned alot about it. I need to google it again and make sure i read it right, that the eyes are seeing to different images and one eye takes over the other and is the brain that can''t make the eye work correctly, because of the muscles in the eye.

Any way i thought i would share bacause it really bothers me that there is another thing with me and to see if anybody else has this problem or close ro it.

Thanks in advance for letting me vent.

Book Gluten Free For Dummies

27 January 2007 - 07:12 PM

Hi everyone
I just wanted to tell that i bought the book " gluten free for dummies" and i really like it.
For you newbies and oldies like me and others it is very informative. Has many different things. I don't usually suggest books but i will this one.

Lots of recipes and everthing if you dont want to buy go to library, it was only 19.95 which is very cheap to get a lot of good information.

Lots of good info here too.