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I'm going to start drinking coffee again - it's been a few years (I've been nursing a baby).

Do I have to be careful about gluten in coffee?

Could anyone recommend a good coffee bean - I have my own grinder (I actually have to go out and buy a pot it's been so long).

Also - are you able to tolerate coffee okay with your "celiac stomach"?

Thanks!

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Drinking a cup of Folgers as I am typing this reply. On gluten-free diet since May 05. The only thing I am careful with are creamers.

Tom

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Thanks Tom ... you're making me jealous!

Drinking a cup of Folgers as I am typing this reply. On gluten-free diet since May 05. The only thing I am careful with are creamers.

Tom

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Regular coffee should be fine. Some of the flavored cofees might contain gluten, so if you want something fancy you'll have to read the ingredients. I drink cofee all the time, but mostly stick with the regular. If I want something fancy, I'll get a specialty type, like Kona, or an espresso, or I'll make it myself. I've gotten really good at making mochas with my own coffee, powdered gluten-free chocolate and cream. Doesn't bother my stomach at all, as long as I'm reasonable. I only seem to have problems with things if I go a bit overboard -a couple of cups a day are fine, but I might have problems if I drank a couple of pots!

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Are regular coffee filters okay to use like Melita brand?

Regular coffee should be fine. Some of the flavored cofees might contain gluten, so if you want something fancy you'll have to read the ingredients. I drink cofee all the time, but mostly stick with the regular. If I want something fancy, I'll get a specialty type, like Kona, or an espresso, or I'll make it myself. I've gotten really good at making mochas with my own coffee, powdered gluten-free chocolate and cream. Doesn't bother my stomach at all, as long as I'm reasonable. I only seem to have problems with things if I go a bit overboard -a couple of cups a day are fine, but I might have problems if I drank a couple of pots!

Debbie

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i don't use coffee filters, but would assume they'd be ok...just don't set them down on a gluten counter while you fill your pot :o

Merika

also back to drinking coffee after the baby......

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hooray for coffee! :D

my tummy handles it okay, as long as it isn't the first thing i take in in the morning.

i have learned that regular coffee is most always ok, but flavored coffee must be checked on, because i've seen it have gluten in it (for instance, Gevalia, which i used to drink all the time pre-diet, says all its flavored coffees contain gluten -- that says to me that i can't assume any flavored coffee is gluten-free before checking).

i like Starbucks Caffe Verona, Seattle's Best Breakfast Blend and House Blend, and i just really like Folgers Special Gourmet Dark Roast. and if i'm feeling like some flavor, i like Don Francisco's Hawaiian Hazelnut -- i think that's the name of it.

i make mochas too! they are so yummy. i do hershey's chocolate syrup and milk and whipped cream on top. mmmmmm....

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Foglers Coffee, all flavors is gluten-free. So I just stick with that one. I am sure there are plenty others, but foldgers is easy to find. :)

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Foglers Coffee, all flavors is gluten-free. So I just stick with that one. I am sure there are plenty others, but foldgers is easy to find. :)

just stay away from the french vanilla... ;) i bought a big ole thing of it and it's reeeeally flavored! fragrances my apt for a couple days, lol.

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Thank you, coffee drinkers. I got my pot today, filters and Eight O Clock Bean coffee beans (acc. to my gluten-free guide they're safe).

I had two cups this evening...and am having trouble falling asleep...hee, hee. :D

I'm going to start drinking coffee again - it's been a few years (I've been nursing a baby).

Do I have to be careful about gluten in coffee?

Could anyone recommend a good coffee bean - I have my own grinder (I actually have to go out and buy a pot it's been so long).

Also - are you able to tolerate coffee okay with your "celiac stomach"?

Thanks!

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