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In Topic: What's In Your Purse?

24 February 2015 - 07:31 PM

Immodium, Tums and Pepsid. :wacko:  and lipstick, of course.  Gotta look pretty under all circumstances.

In Topic: Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

24 February 2015 - 07:02 PM

Yeah... but even a small microwave can get kind of heavy in my backpack while skiing.    :lol:

HEY!  I live in the SOUTH and it quite apparent, I have never skied.  But when we do get snow, everything game....if a microwave will slide, it's a sled. :D

In Topic: Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

24 February 2015 - 06:23 PM

You could put some HerbOx Chicken Bouillion in a zip lock bag with some broken rice noodles.  Put it in a cup with water and microwave, when wanted.

In Topic: Shampoo And Other Personal Products

20 February 2015 - 07:04 PM

I have been  gluten free for over ten years.


I use:


Lubriderm lotion

Dove shampoo

Red Apple Lipstick (one line order and awesome) ...this is a start.  You can venture out a bit later. :


And hair stray - ick -don't do that.

In Topic: When A Product Shouldn't Have Gluten But Does- Aaarrrrgggghhhh!`

19 February 2015 - 06:01 PM

As a newly diagnosed celiac, shopping is frustrating.  And it takes much longer!


The worst are products that should not have a gluten substance but do according to their labels:


Nuts (this after I bought the only thing from a vending machine that I thought was OK)

Trail Mix

Quinoa side dishes (lists wheat flour!)


Spanish Rice


mango sauce

baked beans

BQ sauce


the list goes on and on


Sorry, just felt like whining!  :o

Whining is allowed.


Sometime, it's just as easy as switching brands.

Ancient Harvest Quinoa is gluten free (I cook mine in HerbOx chicken bouillon)

Quaker Oatmeal has never bothered me, although there may be a risk of cross contamination

Spanish Rice, is so easy to make - I never buy it prepared.

Polenta - should be just corn.  I love my grits

Mango Sauce ?

Baked Beans - B&M or Bushes BBs

BBQ Sauce - My all time favorite - all of Sweet Baby Ray's are gluten free

Soy Sauce - Kikkoman's has a gluten free option as well as LaChoy.