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SBlack

Member Since 30 May 2013
Offline Last Active Sep 27 2013 06:05 AM
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In Topic: Should We Avoid Hot Coffee Cups?

06 August 2013 - 10:24 AM

I do have to say this for what it's worth!!  I was at a convention this past weekend and got a cup of regular coffee and a small amount of cream.  I was drinking out of one of those paper cups (not sure of the manufacturer) but I got very sick for two days.  I packed my own lunch, all gluten-free....the only thing I could think of was the coffee - which would be strange - OR THE CUP.  So I don't know.... but for what it's worth.  And who knows where they bought it from - it was a cheap paper cup.

Also - I saw that someone posted decaf coffee can have gluten in it through processing or something.  I know they never responded but I have to say that about a month or so ago, I went to Dunkin Donuts (always drink their coffee and love it) and ordered a regular iced coffee with cream.  Well I got it and it tasted really weird to me.  Also didn't give me my "pickup" and it upset my stomach right away.  I figured out they gave me decaf by mistake and it did infact make me sick.  I thought that was weird - wasn't sure why decaf would make me sick but it did.


In Topic: Anyone React To Soda?

06 August 2013 - 10:14 AM

My son 7yo and I both are celiac. My older son wanted me to stop at tacobell and get an application for work. So I thought I'd just get us all a drink. (I'm very strict to stay away from gluten but still new at it). Within 15 min cramps and D hit me. And about 5min later it hit my son who was curled up on floor crying with belly aches. My question ...is there gluten in the glues of the cups? Cross contamination? Since it was both of us I'd think it was gluten and not other allergies.

Hi - I recognize that this is an older thread but saw your post about the cup.  I was at a convention this past weekend and got a cup of coffee with cream in one of those paper cups.  Oh my goodness - I got VERY sick.  Immediately.  For awhile I thought there must have been something in the coffee or the machine wasn't washed properly....but that would be so very far fetched.  Anyway - after I stumbled across your post here, I think it probably was the cup!  I never thought of that.  Will have to do some research on that. 


In Topic: San Pellegrino - Blood Orange

04 August 2013 - 02:36 PM

If you use that as your guide, you won't be able to eat anything!  I have even seen people who claim to react to plain water!

 

Read the ingredients and try not to let internet rumors and misinformation get to you.

Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!


In Topic: San Pellegrino - Blood Orange

02 August 2013 - 09:54 AM

Haven't found any of these types of drinks to have gluten.  What are the ingredients you think might be gluten?

Natural Flavoring I guess?  Not sure!  I wouldn't think that it does however...when I google the lemon soda it's labeled everywhere that it's gluten free.  But can't find it for the blood orange at all.  In fact I am finding a lot of "controversial ingredients" and things like that.  Also saw somewhere on this site that they got sick after drinking the orange.  That is what prompted me to start the topic and ask!  Just being cautious :)  I don't know - maybe the orange is a fairly new flavor and just hasn't been out long.


In Topic: Regular Vegetables Vs. Organic Vegetables?

10 July 2013 - 04:18 AM

Yes - I rinse everything VERY well.  I wash it for a long time.  I also had brown rice with it - do you think that could be it?