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Alex J

Member Since 26 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active Oct 22 2014 08:30 AM

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Mcdonalds Frappe Reaction

21 October 2014 - 11:22 AM

My son drank a caramel frappe and pretty much straight away got pretty sick. I think it was probably a reaction; he doesn't want to believe it.


I think these are supposed to be gluten free, according to ingredients. Anyone know anything about whether they are prone to cross contamination? Are they made on the same machine as the flurries?


He's also allergic to nuts and fish, but that usually causes hives/swelling. He doesn't have problems with dairy foods (or large amounts of junk food, come to that).



Minneapolis Food Truck - Kabomelette - Everything Gluten Free

23 August 2014 - 10:47 AM

I found them at Midtown Farmer's Market. I was reading the menu and slowly realised that nothing sounded like it had wheat - checked and they said that yes, everything was gluten free - it just worked out that way. Bacon, potatoes, eggs, grilled meat...


Alex Jeffery

Mom Brand Safari Cocoa Crunch

16 July 2014 - 09:38 AM

Just found this new gluten free cereal called Safari Cocoa Crunch - it's MOM brand (which is Malt O Meal, rebranded, in a box): it is chocolate puffs, and they are really good.


Under their Bear Valley Naturals brand they also make this really good coco pebbles type cereal called Choco Chomp. It comes in a bag. They have various different branded versions of something similar that are also gluten free, but this one is by far the best of the ones I've tried.


Gluten Free Dried Beans And Lentils

10 March 2014 - 10:05 AM

I have been looking for gluten free red lentils for a long time and finally found them:


They are certified gluten free (logo isn't working on my browser but I called to check).



Barilla Gluten Free Pasta

09 January 2014 - 05:59 AM

I just found Barilla has a gluten free pasta range. Maybe everyone else already found this because it's been out since September, but I didn't find anything when I searched the forum. It is based on corn and rice, made in Italy in a dedicated facility, is cheap compared to most gluten free pasta ($2.50ish/12oz), and is really, really, really good. Not mushy, not grainy, doesn't just dissolve away into the water as you cook it, don't have to rinse, still good cold. I feel like I have pasta back at last.


I want to spread the word because I do not want them to stop making this! I have had trouble finding it, but I called them and they told me it's in the SuperTargets near me.

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