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Member Since 11 Mar 2010
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Go Picnic, Anyone Try Them Yet?

29 March 2015 - 11:24 AM

Has anyone eaten the Go Picnic Gluten Free meals?  I'm thinking about getting a few for our vacation in June. They have a buy one get one free special on until tomorrow at midnight.   I'd love to read a review!





Jake's Gluten Free Market

17 August 2014 - 11:11 AM

While visiting family, I found this store, based in Boise, Idaho, but they mail order from their website.  Their lemon muffins are to swoon over.  The french bread tastes like, well, french bread!  Unfortunately I couldn't try the sourdough bread because they were having a problem with the starter, and were growing more.  They bake these and other gluten-free items in their gluten free dedicated bakery.  In the shop they carry pretty much any gluten free item you could want or need.  I stood in the store feeling quite overwhelmed!   :blink:   Anyway, their website is www.jakesglutenfreestore.com.  

As An Adult, Can I 'outgrow' Ncgs?

23 June 2014 - 11:47 AM

I am self diagnosed NCGS, for about 5 years now.  I am strictly gluten free.  Gluten ingestion triggers my fibromyalgia symptoms, including joint and muscle pain, headaches, fatigue, and depression.  Until about a year ago, I did not have GI reactions to gluten, but now that seems to be part of the mix as well. (Usually diarrhea.)  

My question is whether an adult can 'outgrow' NCGS.  A gluten trial would be difficult, because just the thought of eating gluten makes me anxious, which can cause stress, which in turn can bring on some fibro symptoms.  I'm not sure what to do with these questions.  It would be nice to be able to relax more when we eat out, or at other people's homes, regarding cross contamination.  At present I'm very conscientious about being gluten free.  It's become part of my lifestyle.  Just would be nice not to have to worry so much.


Any thoughts?


Thank you!