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michaelkl1

Member Since 17 May 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 01 2013 07:20 AM
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In Topic: What's Your Favorite gluten-free "mainstream" Meal?

10 September 2010 - 12:23 PM

Lots of great ideas posted...I need them, too, as I seem to get in a rut (don't we all?)

I love pork and sauerkraut (done in crockpot) with homemade mashed potatoes and applesauce.

Oven baked chicken with baked potatoes and veggie/salad.

Crustless quiche and salad. Quick and easy especially not having to mess with a crust. Quiche can be made from lots of things. I spray the glass pie dish with non-stick cooking spray and coat it with bread crumbs (obviously, they need to be gluten free). Unfortunately I'm trying to avoid dairy right now and I used half-and-half instead of milk. Haven't made it since going gluten free.

Beef pot roast with potatoes and carrots (oh, how I miss Campbell's cream of mushroom soup). Leftovers = beef stew, which could be topped with drop biscuits and called meat and vegetable pie (I pulled that on my husband once as he hated beef stew...Posted Image ) hee hee

When I bake potatoes, I bake extras...they're really good sliced or diced and fried. Great for a farmer's breakfast with omelets, bacon or sausage or skip the potatoes and make biscuits. Pancakes or waffles with whatever you wish to add to make a meal. Nice Sun. night "supper".




The pork and sauerkraut sounds great. What kind of pork and sauerkraut do you use? Do you add any spices?

In Topic: Is Plain Starbucks Coffee gluten-free?

08 September 2010 - 01:54 PM

anyone have problems with Starbucks coffee..plain black coffee?

Anyone know if the starbucks pumpkin spice latte is gluten free?

In Topic: Is Simcor Gluten Free

02 July 2010 - 08:50 AM

Check glutenfreedrugs.com . They have been extremely helpful for me! If you use a drug that isn't already on the list, you can email the clinical pharmacist that updates and runs the site and he always knows! He's magic and super nice. His email is listed on the site.



Thanks for your help. I am following up with the clinical pharmacist. I also am new to getting gluten sensitivity. I have been gluten free now for 6 weeks and I am feeling much better. Hope you are doing better.

In Topic: Gluten Sensitivity After Giardia

03 June 2010 - 04:33 AM

Did you get a biospy done on the itchy rash? If you ever get it back and didn't get a biospy already, I highly recommend that you do. There is a specific rash that celiac sufferers often get that can confirm a diagnoses for you. As you may realize by reading through some posts, blood work is often inconclusive.

Dont' worry about not being able to get enough calories...it won't be a problem. I eat a ton of avocados, brown rice protein, coconut milk, which help maintain my weight....oh, and dark chocolate :rolleyes:

The key to building and maintaining muscle is getting plenty of protein, which won't be a problem for you with a gluten-free diet. If you can do dairy, then whey protein is great for pre-and post workouts, and health bars such as Lara Bars are gluten-free and full of protein and carbs too!

Like Taco Bell says, you just need to "think outside the bun!" :P




I went to a dermatologist and she prescribed me some lotion which I used and the itchy rash went away within a week and the rash has not come back, but my arms occasionally feel itchy even though the rash has gone away. I don't know if it still has something to do with my gluten sensitivity. If the rash comes back I will get the biopsy on my arm. Anyway I started on my gluten free diet for a couple of days now, so I will see how things go. Thanks.