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#936364 Sweet Baby Ray's Bbq Sauce

Posted by on 07 December 2014 - 07:34 PM

Deanna - I have used Sweet Baby Ray's for years.  I've been gluten free for almost ten years. Caramel color is no longer considerend  an issue and safe to consume. Modified food starch (unless it's emphasized or followed by "wheat", by law)  is generally corn.  All of Sweet Baby Ray's are gluten free. I do think they contain HFCS which does bother me  in other products. Gluten in SBR's is not one of my conerns.


Exactly!
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#936301 Do You Use Plates At Other People's Houses?

Posted by on 07 December 2014 - 08:37 AM

When I first went gluten free, I would worry about stuff like that.  Over time, I have realized that most people and restaurants wash things well or its obvious.  :o  I would be more worried about the food they are serving than the plates.


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#936079 Ok, Neosporin Has Soy In It, Anything Like That Without Soy?

Posted by on 04 December 2014 - 06:03 AM

I don't see soy mentioned in the ingredients?

 

http://www.neosporin...biotic-ointment


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#935531 How Come Gluten Didnt Bother Me In Italy

Posted by on 23 November 2014 - 12:54 PM

I recently discover I have Celiac and I miss pizza, bread and all the other foods that have gluten;( But I have been reading all about sourdough bread, I mean real sourdough bread. The kind that the starter has fermented 3 or more day. The fermenting processes breaks down the gluten. So the longer it is fermented the less gluten. I was so glad to here this I now eat sourdough bread.Not the kind there grocery store carries I went to my locale bakery and they ferment the starter for 3 days.I can tolerate that I just cant over due it. I eat it for a few days then I need to take a break. for a few days.
I feel if I can make my own starter and ferment it for 7 days that would be the best!! Just started my own starter hoping to make sourdough pizza crust. I will report back when I am done.

Also I just purchased some white flour form Italy. Going to give that a try also. I will up date later.

Please don't eat sour dough bread. I don't have the time right now, but there is reputable info about it. There is still gluten in the bread. And flour is flour....
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#935380 So Frustrating...

Posted by on 20 November 2014 - 05:45 PM

I don't see how you could know that you don't have Celiac. You were tested while being gluten free. You need to be eating gluten to test for Celiac disease - blood ot biopsy
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#935084 Craving Fish - Need Advice/help

Posted by on 17 November 2014 - 05:19 AM

Bake it in foil?  http://www.food.com/...-foil-ww-482385

 

Topping the cooked fish with some chopped room temp or slightly warm pineapple or fruit salsa is good if you don't like the taste of fish.


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#934783 Do You Risk Eating Meat That Says "shared Equipment"?

Posted by on 12 November 2014 - 07:38 PM

I don't understand this at all. How can raw meat be on"shared equipment"? There are laws about that. And realistically, what would they run on a chicken cutting and packaging machine besides chicken? They can't make crackers on it. Did they explain?
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#934468 For All My Corn Intolerant Friends

Posted by on 08 November 2014 - 12:10 PM

I'm laughing so hard my stomach hurts! Do you think that means I may have celiac disease? :unsure:


No. It wasn't caused by gluten. There was no gluten in these posts. There was a lot of plastic - so... Maybe you are allergic to dinosaurs?
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#934292 A Warning About Ground Beef Ground In Store At Meijer

Posted by on 06 November 2014 - 08:48 AM

once again - The OP's assertion that foods are cooked/baked behind the meat counter is not likely.  There are federal and local health standards that must be met. I have seen meat counters that do marinate or bread meats but never have I seen one where they " they cook a lot of stuff back there ".


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#934200 Glucose From Wheat

Posted by on 05 November 2014 - 05:30 AM

In the US, you don't find this very often.  It is considered to be highly processed and tests gluten free.

 

Personally - if I see the word " wheat" on a product, I just skip it.  Its safe, but I have seen that dirty word....   Psychosomatic probably.   :blink:    But, like I said, I haven't seen glucose made from wheat more than once or twice in the US.


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#932544 1 Year On Gluten Free Diet, But Still Have Inflammation

Posted by on 12 October 2014 - 05:04 AM

HI IM GODSCHILD I TOO DIDNT GET THE RIGHT DIANOSEIS FOR TWO YEARS. I SEE YOU WENT DECADES OMG.
IM SO SICK I HAVE LOST 30 POUNDS IN TWO YEARS. I JUST STARTED THE GLUETIN FREE DIET TRYING TO AVOID SOY AND ALL THAT STUFF TOTALLY gluten-free, MY DOCTOR PUT ME STEROIDS THREE DAYS AGO BECAUSE HE TOLD ME THE DEMAGE WAS
SEVERE AND TO HELP THE SWELLON GO DOWN SO I CAN GET THE NUTERINTS ETC, AND GAIN WEIGHT. IM PRAYING YOU
ARE STILL GETTING BETTER. I DIDNT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT GLUETIN ALLERGIES UNTIL NOW. VERY SERVIOUS AND SCARIE.
SORRI FOR THE SPELLING MY MIND IS FUZZIE WITH THIS CELIAC. CAN YOU OFFER SOME ADVICE ON HOW TO GAIN WEIGHT WITH THIS DIET. I DONT FEET LIKE IM GETTING BETTER BUT I KNOW ITS WAY TO SOON TO FEEL BETTER, I WILL TRY TO
HANG IN THERE. THANK YOU SO MUCH. ANY OTHER ADVICE WILL HELP ON OTHER ISSUES AND FOOD ETC, THANK YOU


If anyone would like to help Godschild, I have set her up with her own thread here:


http://www.celiac.co...lp/#entry932535
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#932512 Is There Medication For Celiac That Allows You To Consume Gluten?

Posted by on 11 October 2014 - 01:06 PM

We are trying to get our hands on her medical records, so we can make sure everything checks out. Supposedly she was diagnosed with Crohn's and Celiac, but now her mother has said that it might just be Crohn's. I really do not know what to believe. I guess we will just have to get in touch with the doctors to get all of her records, so we can find out what is really wrong. It is really hard for us to get her records without causing issue with her mother, so we are trying to find a way to get them.


You might want to read up on Chrohns . That is very serious. I still think the father should go to the doctor appointments with a list of questions.
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#932497 Is There Medication For Celiac That Allows You To Consume Gluten?

Posted by on 11 October 2014 - 11:41 AM

There are no such pills. There are lots of rip off products you can buy.  If the child has really been diagnosed with Celiac disease, the mother, by failing to treat a chronic disease,  may be guilty of medical negligence.  Your husband may want to consult a lawyer.  

 

 

http://www.curecelia...guide/treatment

 

"The gluten-free diet is a lifetime requirement. Eating any gluten, no matter how small an amount, can damage your intestine."

 

 

 

http://www.curecelia...y-eating-gluten

 

 

"Do supplements like GlutenEase (or Gluten Cutter, Digest Gluten Plus, Glutenase) offer protection against accidentally eating gluten?

We put no validity in these supplements. In fact, they may offer a false sense of protection when they provide no protection at all."


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#932024 Reactions From Breathing In Gluten?

Posted by on 04 October 2014 - 05:56 AM

Allergies are different than Celiac.  Celiacs shouldn't be eating foods that are likely contaminated with wheat -for example,  fries from a shared fryer.  However, Celiacs should be able to smell gluten bread baking or get some gluten on their skin and be fine.  For a Celiac, if there is a lot of flour in the air, then you may ingest some by breathing it  - it goes down your throat into your stomach, etc.


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#931894 Kraft Products ... I'm Shocked!

Posted by on 02 October 2014 - 05:51 PM

You seem to be twisting things we are saying around. For example - wheat flour is sticky when moist - making it incapable of keeping cheese from sticking. This goes back to my suggestion to use some common sense. And there are a very very few cheeses with beer in them - but they aren't the regular old Kraft cheese and they proudly and legally list beer as an ingredient.
The law does not say they must test before labelling gluten-free - so if they are sure something would make the gluten-free standard, they can label it gluten-free without testing. They could be called on it at some point and have to prove they are less than 20 ppm.
The safest way to eat would be to grow your own food, which is, of course next to impossible for most people. Please, eat products you feel safe eating. Please don't assume or accuse me of purposefully glutening myself. I feel great, my tests are always negative for Celiac antibodies. Gluten does not hide. It is not evil or sneaky. Companies aren't trying to poison Celiacs.

What you don't understand about CHEESE is that some of the enzymes used to PRODUCE cheese come from Wheat. I thought everybody knew that, thus I didn't mention it.

I am not sure where you are getting this info from? If these " wheat enzymes" are actually used to produce cheese and contained gluten, wouldn't the Celic Associations warn us of this? I would think you can't eat any cheese then because enzymes aren't a listed ingredient and you wouldn't know where they came from.
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