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Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Ona Cookies

The first thing I noticed about Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Ona Cookies was their beautiful packaging.

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We freeze portions in a regular freezer zip lock bag.

That sounds good. Do you have a machine that seals without air or do you just use bags? Is it possible to buy bags only? I remembered the other type of froz food I sometimes get - Saffron Road.

You can always check to see how long the lab order lasts, if you'd like to continue eating gluten longer.

Might be something else in there, perhaps he ate something else with gluten, something was mixed in the chips, the chips were flavored or in a snack mix with pretzels. I get that way with gluten, but the last 2 times the gut issues render me unable to argue like that but I do go Mr. Hyde like =. ...

I hate to say it and be Mr. Negative ass here. But I had this exact same thought about having kids, I do not wish any kids I have to have my AI issues, and decided I would wait a few decades if need be for the new gene editing things they are working on so we can have them changed. Call me crazy.