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    It sounds like the equipment in most places would be pretty easy to clean if its made of metal. but if cross contamination with oats starts in the field you could literally just have a wheat stock in the batch which is totally different than...
    Try Ground Flax Seeds like by Gerbs Allergen Friendly Foods. Whole flax seeds do not break down well and can clump up. They might be irritating your gut, a ground version can be easier broken down and does not form rough clumps. Psyllium...
    Thank you for your response, I really appreciate it. I decided to give flaxseeds another go. I am starting with a low dose and so far so good. I really think the health benefits of chia and flax seeds are worth the try. Also, psyllium husk ...
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