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Sephora Lipsticks?

23 January 2015 - 07:52 AM

Hi - Does anyone have any lipstick brand names at Sephora that are Gluten Free?  I'd like to go there and see if they can match my favorite color from my pre-gluten-free days.  Unfortunately, Red Apple doesn't have anything close - they were my first choice.




05 January 2015 - 08:26 AM

Does anyone know this chain?


One recently opened in my neighborhood.  I stopped in and they seem knowledgeable and say that the fries have a dedicated fryer, but I'd just like to hear others' experiences.



Griller/panini Maker?

22 December 2014 - 09:40 AM

Hi -


I just received a griller/panini maker as a gift (think George Foreman Grill- type, but a different brand), and I'd love recommendations for types of gluten-free bread to use with it.  I plan to use it to grill chicken breasts and burgers, but would also like to make some panini-type sandwiches.


I appreciate any and all recommendations.  I've been wanting one of these for a long time, and the family knows that it's to be strictly gluten free (although the plates are dishwasher washable, so they're asking me why they can't use it too)



Pret A Manger Changed Salad Dressings ;-(

12 December 2014 - 08:00 PM

A couple of months ago I got my usual cobb salad at Pret a Manger, with a balsamic vinaigrette dressings.  The salad has a gluten-free sticker on it, and the dressing always has been gluten free.


Well, I got almost immediately sick and hadn't been back again until last week.  I picked up the cobb salad and went for the dressing and noticed that there was no gluten-free sticker on the rack card in front of the dressings.  I looked at the label and it now has soy sauce in it (with wheat).  In fact, none of the dressings are now gluten-free, I even e-mailed the company.  So strange for a company that has gone out of their way to expand their gluten-free options these last couple of years.


Anyway, I don't know when they changed the dressings, but my reaction was so bad and immediate that time in September, I'm guessing that's what got me.


It's true what they say:  You have to read the label EACH time.

Vee Tee Heat & Eat Rice Dishes?

17 November 2014 - 07:39 AM

Has anyone had these?  Our local specialty store just started offering them and  they seem like an easy, tasty solution for busy nights.

Nowhere on the packaging does it have any information about the facility though, so I wanted to see whether others have eaten them safely.  Mostly interested i n the flavored ones - Mexican Style, Peri Peri, etc.






From the FAQs: Is Veetee Heat & Eat Rice gluten free?

The following Heat & Eat products are currently gluten free: 
Basmati Rice
Long Grain Rice
Thai Jasmine Rice
Thai Lime & Herb Rice
Basmati & Wild Rice 
Peri Peri Rice 
Pilau Rice 
Spicy Mexican Style Rice
Chicken Flavour Rice
Golden Vegetable Rice
Wholegrain Brown Rice