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Member Since 05 Apr 2004
Offline Last Active Aug 23 2006 06:31 PM

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Clayton, Ga

12 November 2004 - 10:42 AM

I know a bunch of you said that you lived in and around Atlanta. I live in Gwinnett but need to go to Clayton in a few weeks. Do any of you who live in GA know of any restaurants around there that might help with the gluten-free thing?

PS - I'm trying out the Beechwood Inn, they accomodate gluten-free breakfasts. I'll let you know how it is.


Gf In Jackson Hole, Wyoming?

06 October 2004 - 07:28 PM

I'll be traveling to Jackson Hole, Wyoming later this winter and was hoping somebody had been there. I'm not sure how you would eat in a ski lodge, or what restaurants they have around. Does anybody know of anything besides just eating plain meat and vegetables?


Post And Kelloggs

18 June 2004 - 09:36 AM

I wrote to Post and Kellogg's about two weeks ago, and with both places I got the same response. That none of the cereals at this time were known to be completly safe for a gluten-free diet, because of ingredients and high rates of cross contamination. I've noticed everywhere on this board that people are eating these cereals though. So did I get wrong information? Are these cereals safe? I know Corn Pops just changed over but they said none of their cereals were gluten-free, same with Post. Post said that all cereals are processed on machines with other wheat products and the machined are not entirely cleaned between runs, so they cannot recommend eating their cereal at this time.

I'm mainly wondering because I don't want contaminated but I'm tired of buying more expensive cereals.



15 June 2004 - 09:25 AM

Somebody posted a while ago asking whether cigarettes were gluten-free. I couldn't find that posting to respond, so I'll post here. I recently got the gluten-free food guide from Clan Thompson and it says under hidden sources of gluten that not all cigarette papers are gluten-free. It didn't list brands or anything but it might be something to look into. Granny I think this was in response to your question but I can't remember.

Hope this helps,


Gf In Costa Rica?

15 June 2004 - 09:20 AM

I'm traveling to Costa Rica in August and was wondering if anybody knew of any gluten-free restaurants? I realize with the seafood I probably won't have that hard of a time, but a restaurant that recognizes gluten always makes me feel better.

Any help is appreciated


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