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psawyer

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In Topic: gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

15 March 2015 - 05:28 PM

We used the original Gluten-Free Pantry French Bread and Pizza mix happily for years, until it was discontinued. Our recent results with the Glutino Pizza Mix that "replaced" it were quite disappointing. Today, we tried Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Pizza mix. We liked it better than the current Glutino one, and will be using it again.

In Topic: Gluten Free Diet

12 March 2015 - 05:54 PM

If your issue is celiac disease, then going gluten-free begins the healing process. It can take a long time to reverse damage to the villi, and symptoms can persist. In my case it took several months gluten-free before I had no noticeable symptoms, but the damage to my villi was quite severe.


In Topic: Tomato Paste

12 March 2015 - 05:50 PM

As bartfull said, Con Agra (Hunt's) will clearly disclose gluten content. If you don't see it listed, it isn't there.


In Topic: Sharing Toothpaste Tube?

10 March 2015 - 06:14 PM

Do you use a particular brand of toothpaste? I have never purchased a brand looking for gluten-free.

Late response, but all variations of Crest and Colgate are gluten-free, and available everywhere. 


In Topic: What's Your Favorite Gluten Free Restaurant?

08 March 2015 - 05:38 PM

When in the USA, we love Outback. They used to be in Canada, but closed up years ago

 

For Canadians, The Keg is good, but not cheap. In the Toronto area, Il Fornello is a chain we like. Swiss Chalet are good, and at most locations the fries are gluten-free (ask if there is a dedicated fryer). If there is table service, there is likely to be a dedicated fryer. But food court locations and take-out only ones that are co-located with Harvey's will share the fryer and Harvey's does onion rings which are not gluten-free. There are others--just a few from by list of favourites.

 

ETA: I used to love the onion rings at Harvey's. One thing I still miss after almost fifteen years gluten-free.