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    Scott Adams
    This recipe comes to us from "CeliacMom2008" in the Gluten-Free Forum.
    Ingredients:
    1 cup shredded mozzarella
    1 cup shredded cheddar
    2-3 medium tomatoes
    2 medium green peppers
    2-3 green onions *
    7 oz. Kraft Seven Seas Green Goddess Dressing (always double check the ingredients).
    Directions:
    Chop the vegetables into fairly small pieces. Mix everything...

    Jefferson Adams
    I like to think of eggs as a “chameleon food;” dress them up any which way you’d like, and they make an excellent breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The same goes for this spicy
    Mexican spin on ordinary sausage and eggs.
    Canned beans are an okay substitute but Serrano chilies are small and don’t take long to roast. You can remove the seeds to reduce the heat, but the flavor from fr...

    Jefferson Adams
    This version of a cold Mexican soup will refresh both your palate and your culinary repertoire. It makes great base, and holds up nicely to other flavors. Adding roasted chili or jalapeño peppers or cherry tomatoes gives it a surprising bite. For a more rustic texture, omit the blender altogether. Dice the tomatillos into small chunks, and work the avocados well with a wooden spoon ...

    Jefferson Adams
    Celiac.com 09/03/2013 - Pretty much any meat, vegetable, or seafood item that can be grilled or cooked in a pan can be trend into a delicious kebab with a bit of ingenuity.
    I'm a big fan of chicken fajitas, so when I'm craving fajitas, but don't want to heat up the house, these fajita kebabs are perfect.
    They are simple to make, and sure to satisfy any fajita lovers at your...

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    If her celiac blood test normalized and her second endoscopy and colonoscopy (with the pathologist confirming this besides the GI) revealed a healed small intestine, but found ulcers, she may be dealing with something else like Inflammatory ...
    No. I agree with what Scott said.  So much is not true in this post.  
    I’ve never heard of a pure rice, eggs, salmon or chicken that would contain gluten (no matter what is fed to the animals). Please be careful of the claims you make in a public forum like this, and provide evidence when you make such claims. It ...
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