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Cathey

Member Since 24 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Dec 04 2012 01:40 PM
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In Topic: I Think I've Been Glutened By Dog Food

11 July 2012 - 07:58 PM

Sorry your not feeling well, it's all in the washing hands again and again and again and dry with paper towels. I feed the dog, cat, fish tank and pond as well as making DH's sandwich (gluten bread)every morning. Cat treat as well as dog treats everyday 3 x's day. Wash, wash, wash. I must wash my hand 6 times for dh lunch alone. Our home is gluten-free except for dh sandwich thins and cat food, fish food (dog food is gluten-free as well as treats). Your symptoms are probably from pet the food. I also feed feral cats 2 times day at work. Wash, Wash, Wash, sorry to sound so repetitious. It is what it is.

Please be careful if that is the only gluten your in contact with. You'll be ok just be careful, oh and no kisses from the dog they contain gluten.
Cathey

In Topic: Beer!

23 May 2012 - 01:46 PM

I have had Redbridge (drink it all the time), Greens (dark, heavy), New Grist (light almost lemony), Bard's (little heavy, bitter), Estrella Damm's Daura (medium light on the tongue taste of honey). You have to make sure it is Daura has 3ppm.
Very rarely I find gluten-free beer out and when I do it's Redbridge.

In Topic: Beer!

23 May 2012 - 03:34 AM

Ciders are a good option for many with celiac disease. Since I also have diabetes, they are too sweet for me to have.

Dh is always looking for options for me and brought home a new cider, "Michelob Ultra Light Cider". Just tried the one and it's a little fruity and very light not too sweet. 12 oz serving 10g carb 6g of that is sugar. Don't know if that would work for you.

In Topic: Melting Mexican Cheese?

14 May 2012 - 03:12 PM

yes, Kraft Monterey Jack is safe. Most Kraft cheese products are. Kraft have a policy that they will always clearly disclosed the presence of and gluten source by naming the grain on the label.


Kraft is safe they dust the grated cheese with potato flour, some companies do not. Unfortunately we have became a label reading society. So long as I healthy and happy, I keep reading labels.

In Topic: Is Mexican Food Safe? With Modifications?

14 May 2012 - 03:05 PM

I have not had Mexican food out, but I have made it many times @ home. I do not use prepackaged seasoning, I use the individual seasonings and make my own, same goes for the sauces and salsas. Watch prepackaged grated cheese, most are dusted with potato flour but you never know unless you read the label.

As far as Italian goes, it took me many months to find my favorite dried pasta's. I prefer corn or potato not rice pasta. I have also found a couple of local specialties stores that carry fresh and frozen stuffed shells, different stuffed ravioli and even gnocchi. Guess I'm too lazy to make it fresh.
A good container stock for a scampi or picatta is Kitchen Basics it's gluten-free. There is also several companies that sell gluten-free frozen pizza. Reading label is the most important.
Cathey