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Nope. It was the Blue BUNNY All Natural Vanilla I've been eating for years. Actually I have been checking recalls.gov to see if anything else I've been eating has been recalled due to undeclared wheat.

 

I'm really hoping I haven't developed a new intolerance. I thought things were quieting down and then last night it started getting worse again. :angry: Looks like I'm going to have to quit dairy for a while. That means I'll be eating grilled bread sandwiches instead of grilled cheese.

 

You never realize how important cheese and butter are until you lose them. :(


gluten-free since June, 2011

It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

Life is good!

 

 

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Maybe it won't be for too long. And maybe you can do hard cheeses? 


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Aww...A grilled bread sandwich is no fun! I'm wondering of I'm having a dairy issue too. I reintroduced it a few months ago. First a splash of creamer in my coffee...then a little vanilla ice cream. Finally a little cheese. I seem to do OK with a little, but yesterday I had all 3 at some point and today had to drag the kids home from the park ASAP so I could have D...sorry about the TMI. That's the 2nd time that's happened recently after a day of having all 3. I've had days with just creamer and been ok. Or just creamer and ice cream and been ok. So I don't know if it's the cheese or if adding in one more thing just is beyond what my crazy body can handle.

Sorry to go on and on...


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icelandgirl.........after 10 years gluten-free, I present with dairy the same way.  I am good with a little but once I go over a certain amount, which usually means multiple servings in a day, I feel like crap.  I have healed well so do not suffer from diarrhea but too much dairy acts like a laxative on me and I go to the bathroom a LOT for a day or so.  I also get cramping so I have to be very careful about amounts in a 24 hour period.  But I cannot eat ice cream at all.  I don't mind, at this point, and do not miss it.  I still have cookies so all is well!  :)

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I can't do much dairy either, but I'm sorry you are losing dairy again for a while.  Hopefully it will be okay again soon - ice cream season is upon us.

 

Someone I know actually found me a gluten-free ice cream with gluten-free cookies in it. Mmmm. I almost cried.  LOL  And then I promptly forgot the brand - maybe I will cry now.  ;)


Nicole 

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