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Not crazy

Member Since 02 May 2013
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In Topic: No Printed gluten-free Menu At Red Robin

23 February 2015 - 09:12 PM

The baskets always had paper liners. But when they took away the baskets, they served my gluten free burger on a plastic plate that is used for gluten foods that had scratches in it. I don't like the idea of eating off a plastic plate that had gluten on it. I always figured that even if the baskets got gluten on them there was a paper liner keeping my food from touching it.

In Topic: No Printed gluten-free Menu At Red Robin

23 February 2015 - 01:12 PM

I was asked if I had a smart phone. When I said yes I has given business card sized card with a bar code to scan and it took me straight to the web site for the location I was at.

What I didn't like was they stopped using the yellow baskets and served it on the same plastic plates they use for gluten food. I talked to the manager and told him didn't like the shared plates and if they're going to do it that way they need to line the plate with paper so the food doesn't touch the plate.

In Topic: Food Causing Insomnia

18 February 2015 - 11:07 AM

I was told I had fibromyalgia. My "fibromyalgia" went away when I cut out all gluten. If I get a really bad glutening then my "fibromyalgia" comes back bad for about a week then slowly goes away again.
See if your mom is willing to ask her doctor to run a full celiac panel. If she can't get a celiac test, it might be worth it for her to cut out gluten and see if it helps her too.

In Topic: Aldi's

18 February 2015 - 10:51 AM

I also reacted after eating Aldis stuff. Have no idea which product it was. Kind of went on a gluten free shopping spree.
I had the reaction I get from small amounts over time.
I have a gluten free house and usually only add one new item at a time so if i do have a reaction I know what caused it.
I have had the pizza pockets, wraps, and yellow cake mix since then and was okay. But I also really spaced them out (kids really like the wraps and pizza pockets). I did have a few slices of amaretto cake, and banana bread I made from the cake mix. So I'm pretty sure the cake mix is good. I made plain frosted cupcakes for a Christmas party and no one knew they were gluten free.

In Topic: Betty Crocker gluten-free Brownies....

06 July 2014 - 08:23 AM

Their brownies are the best. I've made them and gluten eaters had no idea they were gluten free. Had a cheese cake with the brownie used as the crust. Their yellow cake mix makes a to die for (adult only) armetto cake. I've also used it to make kind of an apple spice cake and topped it cream cheese frosting. Don't care to much for plain yellow cake ( kind of dry).
Have several potluck events a year so have to get creative for desserts to take.