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I have read on here that we can have grits. I have been using the Quaker instant with no adverse effects. I have been reading though that Quaker is a major source of CC. So, my question is can someone point me in the direction of another brand of grits that may be a bit safer? I found I like grits a lot and its something different for breakfast.

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Tinkerbell

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I was eating them to until I read on here about cross containmainating, so I called Quaker and they said a lot of there grains come in and they use the same truck so wheat or oats could come in contact with the corn, they cannot say any of there products are gluten free, I was wondering I haven't tried them but wal-mart has the same instant grits and I was thinking of trying them they don't have a 1-800 number though, I would love to find some grits to eat also!

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I read on here the other nite that Dixie Lily says there grits are gluten free but I haven't had a chance to call them yet. They have a web site but I haven't checked there yet either.

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well, heck, I thought I found something to eat today. I'm sitting here on break eating Quaker instant grits. Other than 1/2 an egg for breakfast, it's all I've had since noon yesterday. I thought maybe I'd found a food that I could eat and not worry about. I live in a small town, no health food stores, not much of a store to speak of at all in fact. If you all find a safe grit or breakfast food let me know. I don't like eggs much and I don't like heavy foods in the morning but I have to eat to take some medicines. The more I read here today, the more I find I've been eating all the wrong brands/foods.

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I have also been looking for a replacement for the Quaker grits. I can only find Quaker or the store brand in the store. I did see that Whole Foods carries Arrowhead, so I hope to find those when I go tomorrow. I really like grits and hope that I can find a safe choice.

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If you have any Kroger stores near by I called the other day and the ladt confirmed the instant grits were gluten free, she said if there was a rick for CC it would list MAY CONTAIN: on the botttom of the ingridients, and it says may contain soy, so eat up!

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I read on here the other nite that Dixie Lily says there grits are gluten free but I haven't had a chance to call them yet. They have a web site but I haven't checked there yet either.

Jennifer

My older son who doesn't have celiac disease has been eating these. My younger gluten-free son wouldn't touch them with a ten foot pole. They are Dixie Lily "quick grits". My MIL brought them back from Florida. You can't get grits in Canada. Anyway, the ingredients on the box are enriched white corn grits (with niacin, riboflavin, thiamine and iron).

What do you guys put on your grits? Walker puts brown sugar and maple syrup on them.

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I eat the ArrowHead Mills grits. not the instant kind, but it only takes five minutes. I can't eat eggs, so breakfasts are limited. I put cheese on my grits, or butter.

Elonwy

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