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In Topic: Refractory Celiac Disease

18 December 2014 - 02:59 PM

Tell us a bit more. How were you diagnosed the first time, what is your diet like, how were you diagnosed refactory? Are you 100% sure you haven't been getting glutened somehow, like say from an old cast iron pan, a wooden spoon, the old toaster, medications, etc? Do you have a shared household with gluten eaters? Do you eat in restaurants?


Welcome to the forum. Now let us know a bit more about you and maybe we can help. :)

In Topic: Fisher Nuts

17 December 2014 - 03:16 PM

Got an answer today:


Thank you for contacting us.


Please provide the UPC # (10 digit number below the bar code) to inform you if this is a gluten free item.


Our facility is not gluten free, we may produce products on the same lines/share equipment as products containing gluten. We follow food safety processes and lines are cleaned between batches to prevent cross contamination. However, individuals who may be very sensitive may be affected.




The Fisher Nuts Team



I'll be giving these away.

In Topic: Chef That Wants Your Feedback

17 December 2014 - 11:39 AM

"Also, Canyon Bakehouse has the best gluten-free bread...hands down"


The SEVEN-GRAIN, I agree. The Mountain White, well, I'd rather have Udi's or Schar if I'm going for white bread.

In Topic: Gluten Free Vitamins

17 December 2014 - 08:11 AM

One should ALWAYS take vitamins with a meal.


And in Minnesota you have Shopko. They have a line called Shopko Naturals that have no gluten, soy, corn, dairy, sugar, salt, yeast, artificial colors, or artificial flavors. And they are not expensive. Quite often (about once every couple of months) they have a buy one get one special on them.

In Topic: Chef That Wants Your Feedback

16 December 2014 - 04:38 PM

Suggestion: forget about EnerG. Just about everyone here agrees that is the nastiest tasting bread out there. It even smells bad.



Against the Grain is another company that makes great stuff. Not good for those who can't have dairy but perfect for those who can't have grains. And what I love about that company is it is a completely gluten-free facility - to the point that employees are not even allowed to bring gluten foods for their own lunch.


Also, there is a cookbook (fairly new I believe) called "I can't believe it's gluten-free" or something like that. (Hey everybody, you know the one I'm talking about so chime in and correct me because I think I have the name wrong.)