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Member Since 14 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 20 2014 07:55 AM

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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



26 October 2014 - 07:10 PM

Hi - Does anyone know if Orangina is Gluten Free?  I did a search here but could only find info from 2005 and the website is no help.



Lunches To Bring To Work

14 October 2014 - 01:38 PM

It's probably been asked, but I'm looking for suggestions for lunches to bring to work.  I had been doing fine eating (carefully) off the salad bar in our cafeteria for the last year --- up 'til today.


I see that I'm going to need to bring in my own lunches from here on out.  I don't mind bringing in a turkey sandwich on gluten-free bread, but I don't want to do that every day.  Refrigeration is sometimes available, as is a microwave.


Time is extremely limited, and I can't imagine when I will prepare this, but I'm going to try.


What do you all bring in to eat for lunch?  I'd love suggestions.



Slicer At The Deli?

02 October 2014 - 02:26 PM

I've avoided eating Boars Head Turkey or Roast Beef that would need to be sliced at the deli counter, because I'm afraid they would have sliced something with gluten on the same slicer and there could be residue. But I'm wondering if I'm being over-cautious.  Do you buy cold cuts that need to be sliced, or just buy packaged (which usually means over-processed)?



Spare Ribs?

21 September 2014 - 04:19 PM

Does anyone know if the 'standard' way of preparing these might be gluten-free?  I went with my mother to a local take out place near her house yesterday, and she ordered these (I had a soda) and they honestly looked like the best spare ribs I've ever seen. (I used to love spare ribs when I was younger).


I tried to ask the clerk what was in the sauce - she said no soy sauce but she wasn't sure what else.  I could see where they were preparing them and it looked like a dedicated space.  I was so tempted to try them, but I couldn't.  These looked amazing.


Just curious if anyone knows if the usual way of preparing spare ribs is gluten free.  Thanks.