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    Frontier Soups Gluten-Free South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix

    Caption: The finished Frontier Soup mix.

    I love homemade soups, especially chicken tortilla soup, but found it nearly impossible to find a gluten-free recipe that didn't consume most of my day...until now!  I recently tried Frontier Soups gluten-free “South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix” and ended up with a homemade taste without all the work.  All I had to do was throw in some cooked chicken (perfect for those chicken leftovers), a jar of salsa, and some tortilla chips.  I was also very pleased to see that there was no added salt, preservatives or MSG, and the entire process only took 35 minutes!

    Visit their Web site for more info: http://www.frontiersoups.com/p-F-TO-Tortilla-Soup.html.

    Frontier Soups Gluten-Free South of the Border Tortilla Soup Mix

     

     

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    After many years of unexplained medical issues, I was finally diagnosed with celiac disease in 2002.  The first couple of years were a rough road traveled, but I am feeling better than I ever have.  It is important that I share what I have learned over the years with others and to do my part to help raise awareness of celiac disease.

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    Im the same, I never know what to eat, some food does better than others for me, I went on to make my own soup and Im glad I did, I should do it more often and at least then J know what's going in to it, it wasn't the best first try but I enjoyed it haha
    Thank you for the advice, in the end I went and made my own soup, not great for my first try but it was better than potentially making myself worse, I enjoyed it, I got some vitamains too to take, I was able to find a liquid Vitamain B Complex, the store I went to was helpfull enough to show me what was Gluten Free.   I fealt awful around then, Im feeling like I have more energy now I can actually do things and focus more, Ill keep on like I have been, Im not 100% and still have some B
    Not to mention the fact that (for those using the Nima) the Nima sensor has been known to give false positives. https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/1/18080666/nima-sensor-testing-fda-food-allergy-gluten-peanut-transparency-data https://www.celiac.ca/cca-statement-nima-gluten-sensor/ https://www.allergy-insight.com/nima-is-it-really-96-9-accurate/ https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/news/troubling-gluten-testing-data-released-by-nima-but-hold-the-phone/ https://www.glutenfreew
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