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Top 5 Naturally Gluten Free Foods

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What are 5 foods you still eat that you didnt realize are gluten free. Even though i dont start my diet till next week heres a few of my upcoming favorites,

Utz Cheese puffs

Rice crispies

Hershey kisses (what candies have gluten???)

White cheddar popcorn- right??

apples n peanut butter

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Here are some discoveries that I've made :)

Old El Paso corn tortillas, salsa, and taco seasoning mix.

Cadbury Trebor Allan swedish berries, cherry blasters, sour patch kids, gummie bears, and fuzzy peachs.

McCormick chicken and beef flavoured bouillon cubes

Thai Kitchen's gluten free products http://www.thaikitchen.com/dietaryinfo.html

Cavendish straight cut, shoestring, country cut, and crinkle cut french fries.

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Thanks for all of the ideas. Im really trying to take in as much as possible and get some great ideas on what to eat. I need to get a cookbook :) Any ideas you can always email me!

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Rice Crispies, the real stuff, is NOT gluten free. It has barley malt.

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Dove Dark Chocolate

Lay's Natural Reduced Fat Ruffles

Mashed and baked potatoes

Steak cooked in gas grill

Tropicacana Pure Premium OJ--Grovestand

Bananas (Honorable mention--no matter how bad my stomach feels, I can always eat them)

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Jessica-

Did you catch Tiffany's post? I was going to ask the same thing--you mean the treats, not the 'snap, crackle and pop' ?

Select flavors of Han's chicken sausages (not all are gluten-free)

lentils

Grandma Ferndon salsas (raspberry chiptole-yum!)

natural peanut butter

apples

boy, that's a random list.

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sweet potatoes

natural peanut butter

chocolate- reeses, snickers, m&ms, etc.

starbucks

broccoli (i know, im weird but this is my fav food)

rice pudding (sooooooo yum)

apples, pears (with peanut butter of course)

cheese!

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1. Reese's peanut butter cups

2. Peanut butter

3. Ben and Jerry's coffee heath bar crunch ice cream (when I can tolerate it)

4. A good champagne

5. Veggies, veggies, veggies and more veggies. Bring 'em on!

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Potatoes (white and sweet)

Bananas (filling breakfast food)

Real peanut butter

Steak (I know, so bad for you and the enviro., but very tasty - I go organic)

Bragg's Liquid Aminos (yummy soy sauce replacement)

(Then there's always the basics of fruit and veggies, which I live off of for easy gluten-free snacks)

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What are 5 foods you still eat that you didnt realize are gluten free. Even though i dont start my diet till next week heres a few of my upcoming favorites,

Utz Cheese puffs

Rice crispies

Hershey kisses (what candies have gluten???)

White cheddar popcorn- right??

apples n peanut butter

Rice cripsies is not gluten free!! I believe it has barley malt or something like that. Also you need to watch out for cross contamination. For example the gluten free puffs may be made on the same line as something with wheat in it. Do lots of research please. Check out Whole foods market. They are very concious and aware and have a list of foods that are ok.

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1) Meat - esply burgers! (Yes meat is GOOD for you)

2) Fruits

3) Coffee (thats a food group right? :D )

4) Most All Natural Ice Cream

5) Potateos

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What are 5 foods you still eat that you didnt realize are gluten free. Even though i dont start my diet till next week heres a few of my upcoming favorites,

Utz Cheese puffs

Rice crispies

Hershey kisses (what candies have gluten???)

White cheddar popcorn- right??

apples n peanut butter

I cannot believe no one mentioned George's gluten-free Brownies or Glenny's gluten-free Cheesecake!!

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1. Tostitos & Salsa

2. Fresh Mozarella & Tomato (From Stew Leonards)

3. Meat/Poultry - steak on the grill, lamb chops, chicken, etc.

4. Chili with Frito Scoops (I just make it with taco seasoning now instead of the chili seasoning)

5. Ice Cream -- Preferably Haagen Dasz Rocky Road or Coffee or Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey or Cherry Garcia

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You asked for specific, naturally gluten free foods. So here's my top 5 favorites:

King Salmon (from the Pacific Northwest)

brussel sprouts (fresh from my garden)

Lundberg brown rice mixes (any)

avocados (esp. in my homemade guacomole)

bosc pears (from local orchards)

I could go on and on, but this month, those stand out. Hmmm ... if I added San Juan sesame tortilla chips, I'd have appetizer and a great dinner plus dessert (poached bosc pears). Those are also all dairy and soy free. ;)

BURDEE

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I believe Pace taco sauce (red in the squeeze bottle) is gluten free. There are probably other squeeze bottle taco sauces that are gluten-free. My top five are:

Taquitos

Fritos/tortilla chips

Potatoes

Cocoa Pebbles

All meat

Lisa

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