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eatmeat4good

Member Since 29 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Jan 25 2013 09:50 PM
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Parchment Paper

18 August 2012 - 08:23 PM

Parchment Paper- I just discovered the joys of parchment paper. Those of you who use it regularly where do you buy? Online? Reynold's? Can you baker's hook me up with a good source? It's kind of expensive but maybe it's worth it. Is there a way to buy it online that is more economical? Do you re-use the sheets? I made cookies, but the paper still looks fine...can I use it again? I don't know where I've been...this stuff is great!

Dermatitis Herpetiformis

08 August 2012 - 05:21 PM


Oh Nuts!

16 May 2012 - 10:40 AM

I know that I react to all products I have tried that are processed in a facility that also processes wheat.
I know everyone has to find their own level of sensitivity, and in doing so, I have found that I always react when a product is made in a facility where wheat is handled.

Here is the issue/question.
I bought a large bag of raw almonds at an Eastern Indian market.
The price was about half what you pay elsewhere.
I got home and as I was putting them away I noticed the label that said they were processed in a facility that also processes wheat.
I'm happy they label this...should have read it in the store.
But I don't want to waste them so I was wondering if there is any way to "save" them.
I was thinking about blanching them and removing the skin.
Would that get rid of any gluten if there were any?
Can I wash them?
Anyone tried this?
I don't know if it is worth the risk, but I was thinking maybe getting rid of the skins and washing would render them safe to eat.
Any opinions or experiences?
Thank you!

Drywall Repairs

27 April 2012 - 08:25 PM

They will be doing drywall repairs at my place of work on Monday. I'm scared. I've read that drywall contains gluten. I have been gluten free for one year and six months. It took me 14 months to clear my DH rash. I don't know what to do. My boss told me about the repairs being done on Monday so I could decide what to do. Wear a mask? I've read that doesn't really help unless it is the respirator type. I don't have one and they are expensive. Do I take off work and miss two days of pay that I really need to put food on the table? How long will drywall dust stay in the air? I'm thinking two days off to be safe and then maybe wear a mask for a few days...but I really don't know. I get really sick from gluten. Anyone with experience with this problem? Any advice will be appreciated. I don't want to spend the next 2 to 3 weeks with depression and anxiety and probably many more months with the rash and sores that won't heal.. Please advise.

Campbell's Canned Chicken Broth

27 December 2011 - 08:31 PM

Campbell's Canned Chicken Broth- The ingredients look safe, but because most Campbells soups have gluten in them I never buy it. However, I'm sick and a friend brought me this brand. I googled trying to find out if it is safe or if anyone has had problems. It doesn't appear to be on Campbell's gluten free list. Only the Swanson brand is. So I'm a bit confused. I hate to trust it since so many of their products have gluten that it surely must be made on lines that process gluten ingredients. Just being careful. I really want to use it since I'm sick.

Anyone?