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the produce section, the aisle with the rice and beans, the meat/fish counter, and the dairy section. :-) whole, naturally gluten free foods don't run contamination risks and are MUCH cheaper. look around here, though, for lists of brands that will list gluten in the ingredients, if you want packaged items.

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I agree with Tiffany. When I go shopping I spend most of my time in the produce section, seafood, meats, and the health food section. I do venture into the interior of the store to get things like rice, canned vegetables/fruits/tuna, Kraft condiments, ect. If you are looking for recipes I have some on this forum:

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?showtopic=12592

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the produce section, the aisle with the rice and beans, the meat/fish counter, and the dairy section. :-) whole, naturally gluten free foods don't run contamination risks and are MUCH cheaper. look around here, though, for lists of brands that will list gluten in the ingredients, if you want packaged items.

Thank you a lot!! it helps my mom out a lot im just a young teen so i dont do the cooking this is all very new and thanks so much for all your guys help!!....what about like when i go out to eat what are some good places.... me and my friends go out to eat after gymnastics every sat. so now since i cant eat the regular breaded chicken from steak n' shake what are some other good places!?

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....what about like when i go out to eat what are some good places.... me and my friends go out to eat after gymnastics every sat. so now since i cant eat the regular breaded chicken from steak n' shake what are some other good places!?
What country are you from? If you are from Canada, I have a few suggestions.

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Thank you a lot!! it helps my mom out a lot im just a young teen so i dont do the cooking this is all very new and thanks so much for all your guys help!!....what about like when i go out to eat what are some good places.... me and my friends go out to eat after gymnastics every sat. so now since i cant eat the regular breaded chicken from steak n' shake what are some other good places!?

Try wendy's chili or taco salad (NO salsa). I don't know of one thing at steak and shake that is safe besides a salad if you bring annies gluten free dressing to put on it.

McD frys seem to be ok.

Try wendy's chili or taco salad (NO salsa). I don't know of one thing at steak and shake that is safe besides a salad if you bring annies gluten free dressing to put on it.

McD frys seem to be ok.

Oh, real steak from lonestar with a baked sweet potato is my favorite....some chinese food

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Thank you a lot!! it helps my mom out a lot im just a young teen so i dont do the cooking this is all very new and thanks so much for all your guys help!!....what about like when i go out to eat what are some good places.... me and my friends go out to eat after gymnastics every sat. so now since i cant eat the regular breaded chicken from steak n' shake what are some other good places!?

I live in the USA

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Wendy's lists salsa among their menu items that are gluten-free. However, there is a disclaimer that theycannot guarantee foods to be gluten-free (big surprise). I have eaten their taco salad with 2 salsas and do not recall feeling the effects. As a matter of fact, when I was first dx, I ate at Wendy's almost every day for 2 weeks! I have since become more careful about eating fast food and only do so when I am really in a rush. My favorite thing to eat there is a cheese baked potato, with a small chili dumped onto the baked potato - YUMMY!

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