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Ancient grain gluten free pizza reaction

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Yesterday I purchased a different brand of gluten free pizza.  A few hours later, I felt like I do when I’ve eaten gluten. Several of the ingredients are things I don’t usually eat.  Any suggestions of which ingredient might act similar to gluten would be appreciated.

INGREDIENTS: CRUST: SMART FLOUR (TAPIOCA

FLOUR, SORGHUM FLOUR, TEFF FLOUR, AMARANTH FLOUR), POTATO STARCH, MODIFIED TAPIOCA

STARCH, SORGHUM FLOUR, WATER, OLIVE OIL, SUGAR, AGAVE, FLAX SEED, YEAST, SALT, XANTHAN GUM, BAKING POWDER (SODIUM ACID ‘

PYROPHOSPHATE, SODIUM BICARBONATE,

CORNSTARCH, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE), GUAR GUM, BAKING SODA, NON-GMO CANOLA OIL

(EXPELLER PRESSED FROM NON-GENETICALLY

MODIFIED SEED). CHEESE: WHOLE MILK

MOZZARELLA CHEESE (PASTEURIZED MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT, ENZYMES), PROVOLONE CHEESE

(PASTEURIZED MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT,

ENZYMES, NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR), POWDERED

CELLULOSE (TO PREVENT CAKING). SAUCE: TOMATO

PUREE (WATER, TOMATO PASTE), SUGAR, SALT,

DEHYDRATED GARLIC, SPICES, XANTHAN GUM,

DEHYDRATED ONION. UNCURED PEPPERONI: NO NITRITES OR NITRATES ADDED) PORK, SEA SALT.

CONTAINS LESS THAN 2% OF THE FOLLOWING:

NATURAL FLAVORING, TURBINADO SUGAR, PAPRIKA, NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR, LACTIC ACID STARTER CULTURE 

 GARLIC, CELERY POWDER, OLEORESIN OF PAPRIKA

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Xantham Gum, bothers many, dairy bothers many celiacs also especially newly diagnosed ones, yeast can cause issues in combination with sugars and carbs.....of course any of the seasons or other grains could always have CC.....but very unlikely. -_- I personally just get grain free pizza crust like Califlour Foods plant crust to also avoid the dairy, Toast it on a stone to desired crispness, then add my own sauce and vegan cheese and toppings then back in the oven to melt them. Heck sale right now on 5pack bundles of 10 crust. 5for55 code at checkout https://www.califlourfoods.com/collections/5-pack-bundle

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On 12/31/2017 at 5:48 PM, Ennis_TX said:

Xantham Gum, bothers many, dairy bothers many celiacs also especially newly diagnosed ones, yeast can cause issues in combination with sugars and carbs.....of course any of the seasons or other grains could always have CC.....but very unlikely. -_- I personally just get grain free pizza crust like Califlour Foods plant crust to also avoid the dairy, Toast it on a stone to desired crispness, then add my own sauce and vegan cheese and toppings then back in the oven to melt them. Heck sale right now on 5pack bundles of 10 crust. 5for55 code at checkout https://www.califlourfoods.com/collections/5-pack-bundle

Agreed. Dairy and xanthum gum can be irritating. This ingredient list is overall safe. 

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I really miss Pizza. I've tried many different brands but never that good. I stick with the Freshetta gluten-free pizza. It has the CSA symbol on it meaning that it has gone through some of the strictest tests there are and can test down to 5ppm I think. It's about as close to the real deal that I've come across.

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I’m new to this page and found it by typing “Teff flour reaction” into google.

I have been gluten-free for three years after doing the Whole30 food elimination/reintroduction plan.

I have never been as sick as I was yesterday since my first introduction of wheat three years ago - I had purchased Udis “New” gluten-free whole grain bread and didn’t think twice about eating it - I typically get the Millet and Chia, but they were out.  Anyway, after finishing my sandwich I was so, so, sick - like within minutes.  After recovering, I decided to compare ingredients in the bread with other things that I’ve eaten and been fine (X-gum being one).  The only thing I thought it may be was Teff flour - that’s the only thing I don’t think I’ve had before.  I have emailed Udi’s to see if they will tell me what the “New” in their new recipe is - until then, no more Udi’s for me and that is a bummer!

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I used to buy the Udis' millet chia bread also.  I don't like the new Udi's bread recipe though.  So I tried Sam's Choice gluten-free bread from Walmart.  It's cheaper and better IMHO.  Not sure if I'll ever try Udi's again.  The first loaf I got of their new recipe the slices were not baked all the way through and were wet in the center.  So not a great deal at all for $8.

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I never buy Udi's. It's way too expensive. I like Three Bakers breads. Cheaper, never had any issues, and the company was started by a family with celiac disease. I too don't feel good after eating Udi's hamburger buns for some reason. One bread I've read about to avoid is the LiveGFree brand. It's the Aldie store brand.  LiveGFree makes all sorts of "gluten free" products that were certified by the GFCIO but then had a voluntary statement on the back that said "may contain wheat". That was a few years ago but when I looked it up recently, it looks as if they dropped the product line and are trying to bring it back as new. Be careful. I'm going to Aldie today and will check it out. Maybe the problems were corrected?

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