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Glutened By Cc - So Annoying!

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I've been gluten-free for a few years so I know to watch out for cross-contamination, but I recently got glutened by fresh local mozzarella! It's in a shop with bread so there must have been some flour somewhere.

 

Does anyone else find that this is the most annoying part of going gluten-free? It's like getting cheated out of lots of foods you should be able to have.

 

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I guess this could happen but can you be positive? Maybe you picked up a bug of some sort....My hubby got the full blown flu but I only got 10- 12 hours of nausea, fatigue..I'm not doubting you but once a celiac it is easy to blame every ill we get on our celiac ...

Hope you feel better soon....also could dairy be becoming an issue?

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It is a good point that sometimes we can blame things on gluten even if they're not, it can be impossible to tell many times.  Also, did you eat a lot of the mozzarella?  I would eat a ton of fresh, delicious mozzarella, so also could be symptoms from just eating too much of it.  A good way to test that would be to eat an equivalent amount of a safe, packaged brand.  LOL  :lol:


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It is easy to blame an upset tummy on gluten especially when we try so hard to guard against it. I still can't do much dairy or it causes gluten type reaction. A little here and there is about it....and darn but I love cheese!

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