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Hotel Waffle Makers With gluten-free Waffle Mix?

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I would never trust someone ele's cleaning a waffle iron and using it for gluten-free. Not even myself!!  I take a more natural approach, Like suggested above take a small unit to cook your own or just take some fruit and yogurt or like stated above some toaster sleeves and your own bread. It's not hard just a lil inconvenient. But really it isn't that confusing if your having a hard time go to natural foods. Whole meats , whole veggies and fruits. Make sure when you go out to eat you tell them you are Celiac. If they cook you a steak they won't put all that seasoning on it. To me alot of it is just common sense. The more natural you eat the less chance of being Glutened. Good luck!! 

Recovering Gluten Eater 

DX'd June 17th 2013

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No, the question was about artificial flavorings and you kept giving me information about natural flavors...I kept trying to point that out to you and you kept posting the same link to the same blog that had no information about what I was talking about...so, do I just ignore that list from this site because you say it's ok? I'm trying to trust you but when your information is contradictory, it's hard.


Actually,  the article covered "flavorings"--including natural flavors, smoke flavors and caramel coloring


I think we mentioned to you that  "artificial flavors" were not an issue (because why would any product need artificial wheat flavor?) and if it even somehow had it, the ingredient would have to be listed.


I'm sorry you feel as if this is overwhelming, but hon, you sounds as if are really making this harder on yourself than it has to be. 


Wheat, rye, barley, Oats, malt.  That's it. If it has oats and it does not say "certified G F oats"--skip it. 

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Misdiagnosed for 25+ years; Finally Diagnosed with Celiac  11/01/10.  Double DQ2 genes. This thing tried to kill me. I view Celiac as a fire breathing dragon --and I have run my sword right through his throat.
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I agree.  Forget "learning"  the ingredient lists.  Most of that stuff isn't healthy for you anyway.  And stressing over all the ingredients is, well, darn stressful.  I recall leaving the grocery store inb tears more than once in the beginning!!!

Go the whole foods route.  It's healthy, gluten free naturally and healing to the gut.  Personally, I would forget the gluten free foods as well since they are crammed with plenty of unhealthy ingredients.   

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