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Top 5 Gluten-free And Casein Free Foods?

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I was just diagnosed yesterday by Enterolabs with gluten and casein sensitivity. I've been doing pretty well with the gluten-free, but haven't really paid much attention to casein free since I didn't know for sure I was sensitive...yesterday's thread of top 5 foods was very fun so can we try this too, please, lol!?

I don't have 5 products yet...but I went home and looked at some of the things I've been eating and some fit in the casein/gluten free category:

1. Lundberg Rice Chips, pico de gallo flavor

2. Lifestream Buckwheat wildberry waffles

3. Pacific hazelnut milk

4. Silk soymilk (although I may have to give this up too)

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My list on the other thread was Gluten-free Casein-free, so I'll try to list other items on this one (haha! 10 items for me, and I'll even list ones I use for dairy substitutions)

1. Namaste pancake mix (because my husband will eat it too)

2. Almond Breeze

3. raw cashews (makes a good ranch alternative)

4. avocados (sub for yogurt/sour cream when mixing up tuna)

5. Silk Eggnog

(I avoided soy substitutes for the most part because I try to keep soy to a minimum.)

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My list on the other thread was Gluten-free Casein-free, so I'll try to list other items on this one (haha! 10 items for me, and I'll even list ones I use for dairy substitutions)

1. Namaste pancake mix (because my husband will eat it too)

2. Almond Breeze

3. raw cashews (makes a good ranch alternative)

4. avocados (sub for yogurt/sour cream when mixing up tuna)

5. Silk Eggnog

(I avoided soy substitutes for the most part because I try to keep soy to a minimum.)

Thank you! I've copied these and your suggestions on the thread yesterday into a Word file...I'll be keeping all these for future reference.

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Hmmm...I think most of what was on my list was also CF .

1. Enjoy Life soft baked cookies

2. Tinkyada

3. Peanut butter

4. Amy's dairy free, gluten-free dinners

5. Kinnikinnick's tapioca bread

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1. Tinkyada

2. Que Pasa tortilla chips

3. Homemade hummus

4. Lifestream waffles

5. natural peanut butter

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3. Homemade hummus

...

5. natural peanut butter

Oh yes! homemade hummus and natural peanut butter are vital in my kitchen! ;-) (though I never use the peanut butter in a recipe... it's on tortillas, rice cakes, or apples, and that's it... huh!)

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Thank you both, added yours to my list!

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GREAT THREAD!

Here's more than five - but, I like all of these so much!:

Tropical Source Dark Chocolate with Hazelnuts (I usually have some every night with a glass of red wine)

Spectrum Eggless-Vegan Light Canola Mayo

1-2-3 Gluten Free Silky and Rich Brownies Mix (instead of oil, I use "Earth Balanace's Soy Garden Natural Buttery Spread melted) [i GET RAVE REVIEWS!!!!]

The Organic Gourmet's Tartar Sauce and Dip [My fiancee, who considers himself to be an expert on tartar sauce, loves this stuff...I have even added it to crab, to make crab nachos :-) - was great!]

Mr. Spice's Tangy Bang Hot Sauce [Get to spice up anything]

Boomi Bar's Healthy Hazel [Wonderful to have in one's purse...]

Some of Annie's dressings are Gluten-free Casein-free, and you can purchase them on line in individual packets - I ALWAYS carry the Roasted Red Pepper dressing in my purse now - It's FANTASTIC!

many Lundberg risotto mixes are Gluten-free Casein-free, and you can add shrimp or scallops to make a one dish meal, with salad.

also, I use Ghee (clarified butter) instead of butter - it is CF!

Can't wait to see more suggestions!

Gina

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Thank you Gina! Phew, I'll have a great list when I go shopping this week!

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Thanks for the link! I'm going to check out a health food store near me that supposedly has a great selection of gluten-free products, if I don't see anything there I'll order off the link you provided! Thanks again.

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Hi - Here is my list:

Erewhon gluten-free crispy brown rice cereal

Quinoa

Earth Balance

Whole Foods Organic Cranberry Harvest Trail Mix w/ chocolate chips

Chebe pizza crust mix (I put tomatoes, olive oil and canadian bacon on top)

I've been reading these and I'm starting to think we are like one big advertisment for Tinkyada :)

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Sterk's breads

Tinkyada

Kinnikinnick breads

Thai Kitchen Pad Thai Meal Kit

Rice Crisps (there is one flavour that isn't casein free)

So Good Soy milk amd ice cream

Imagine Butternut Squash soup

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Think mines about the same

Tinyada

Lundberg chips

Namaste blondies

Nana Banana cookie

Enjoylife cookies

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Thank you all again! This is a great list!

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