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angie291975

Member Since 03 Dec 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 03 2008 01:10 AM
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In Topic: Chef Paul Prudhomme Spices

03 December 2008 - 01:10 AM

I have been using chef paul spices - meat magic & poultry magic & seafood magic.

It says no additives, gluten or msg on their website, but I am also allergic to eggs, milk, soy.

I get a heavy/bloated/full stomach felling for several days after using it.
I am not sure if it's that or sweet baby ray's BBQ sauce. (I am a big BBQ fan, meat eater)



I would almost BET it is the BBQ sauce. Annies naturals has a gluten-free BBQ but its not tasty and not soy free. The only sauce I have found (and we by the gallon and cook with it because its GREAT) is Daniel's BBQ Sauce. Daniel Hipster is a small but first prize winner of competions at the American Royal BBQ contest. If you like hot and spicy the orginal may be good but the Compettion is a certified gluten-free, also free of your other allergens. (We use honey and orginal to make a french sytle salad dressing..my son made it himself but for meet we only like competition) His email is danielsbbq@aol.com and HIS resteraunt location (he has other locations he franchised) is in Eudora Kansas. I know he can sell online but I just dont have the information at hand. Good Luck!

Angela

In Topic: Mc Donalds Ff

03 December 2008 - 12:52 AM

Are they safe or not? There website states that the beef broth contains hydrongized (sp) wheat. I have read that this is not safe. However, I just read that they have been tested and pose no gluten responce. Help! My son loves mc donald ff! Thanks



There is not 1 food item that is safe there..even salad has cross contamination. McDonalds General Maanger said this and our daring expierences had also proved it to be true. If we go there, he takes food and orders Coke or Sprite.

Angela

In Topic: gluten-free And Nitrate Free Bacon?

03 December 2008 - 12:49 AM

Hey all, I know this has been posted somewhere on here before...at least I think it has. Anyway, I found gluten-free bacon, but need it to be nitrate free too. Am I just out of luck? Looking not only for myself, but someone else. If you have any suggestions, if any can be found, that would be great.

Thanks!



My grocery store hy-vee and my health store sells one..
Applegate..however its nealy 7 bucks a pack so now bacon becomes your steak!

My doctor said for my son to just increase his vitamin Cwhen consuming nitrates, and eat in moderation..because it depletes the Vitimain C. I hope this helps.

Angela

In Topic: Chewing Gum?

03 December 2008 - 12:45 AM

I like to chew Sugar-free chewing gum. What brands are safe? Any that are definitely not?

thanks in advance,
Geoff



The safest would be a certified gluten-free brand such as Verve Glee. However, here is some info I snagged from Bette Hagges guide to help you recognize hiddeng gluten ingredients.

Grains are used in the processing of many ingredients, so it will be necessary to seek out hidden gluten. The following terms found in food labels may mean that there is gluten in the product.

Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP), unless made from soy or corn
Flour or Cereal products, unless made with pure rice flour, corn flour, potato flour, or soy flour
Vegetable Protein unless made from soy or corn
Malt or Malt Flavoring unless derived from corn
Modified Starch or Modified Food Starch unless arrowroot, corn, potato, tapioca, waxy maize, or maize is used
Vegetable Gum unless vegetable gums are carob bean gum, locust bean gum, cellulose gum, guar gum, gum arabic, gum aracia, gum tragacanth, xanthan gum, or vegetable starch
Soy Sauce or Soy Sauce Solids unless you know they do not contain wheat
Any of the following words on food labels usually means that a grain containing gluten has been used

stabilizer
starch
flavoring
emulsifier
hydrolyzed plant protein

In Topic: Help With Canned Beans!

03 December 2008 - 12:36 AM

Hi, all!

I find myself repeatedly reacting to meals that contain canned beans. After I determined recently that I was also reacting to the brand of chicken broth (Imagine Foods--labeled gluten-free and No MSG/No HVP, but I still react to it every time) that I often use in the same recipes, I expected no further problems with bean dishes, but that has not been the case.

Does anyone have a brand of canned beans that you use with no problems? I have tried Hanover, Bush's, Westbrae Organic, and Eden (although I can't prove that I had a problem with Eden beans, so I should probably try them again). I haven't tried Cento or Whole Foods 365 beans yet.

Thanks for any suggestions!

--Sarah

We use Eden Azuki beans and Best Choice for other types..and black beans I use a hispanic brand, I can cheack the brand but it may be a local brand.