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Member Since 14 Mar 2013
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In Topic: Honesty Vs Glutening

23 June 2015 - 01:02 PM

 I normally say during a talk that say to the server even a wheat crouton lifted off my salad will give me the worse case of food poisoning/throwing up immediately (bit of an exaggeration for some, not all) and they understand.


I know we're all different in how we react.  One of my concerns is that my reactions generally come an hour or two after being glutened, and I fear that if someone messes up (intentionally or not) and doesn't see me running into the bathroom immediately following, that I was 'faking it'.  This only reinforces their carelessness (intentional or not) for the next person with Celiac or NCGI.  I tend to say, "I won't react here, but it will be very, very bad at home and for the next three weeks".

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

22 June 2015 - 11:15 AM

Thanks Karen!

Yes, that's true. I just always have read Kraft and McCormick as being very clear in their labeling and started to panic when i saw one and not the other ;-)

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

22 June 2015 - 09:12 AM

I have heard McCormick spices are very clear in their labelling, but no one's yet mentioned them on this thread.   I tend to buy McCormick's spice blends because I'd heard they would call out any gluten. Is that not true? 

In Topic: Healthy Choice Chicken & Rice Canned Soup

15 June 2015 - 01:29 PM

Thanks.  I got an e-mail back from Con Agra that basically repeated what was on the website, but with enough additional info to make me feel comfortable eating it - combined with your reassurances!


Looking forward to that soup...

In Topic: Quinoa Reaction?

14 June 2015 - 05:45 PM

Thank you all - that's very reassuring. 

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