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Ok Guys,

Diagnosed, 10 days ago, im dying to get something in my stomach other then glutenfree/wheatfree snacks....

where the heck can i go, that I can eat out

I go to school on Long Island, in Suffolk, but my boyfriend lives in Nassau, so any kind of resturant options, would be glorious as well as fast food...

i just dont know where to even start, i need all the help i can get, so thank youuu ahead of time!! <3

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Wendys - frosty, chili, some of the salads. Meat patties (burger without the bun) Caution here - I watch like a hawk at wendys cause more than once , I saw them take the meat off the bun to put it in a tray. I just say : excuse me but it needs to be right off the grill otherwise my son/daughter will get violently ill.

comfort foods - corn chips with melted cheese and salsa to dip

ask chef at restaurants if they are knowledgable about gluten free - and what they can offer you that is not cross contaminated etc.

chocolate, glorious choclate - caramilk, jersey milk, crispy crunch (at least in Canada)

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Don't know about the restaurants. Other than PF Changs and Outback, who both have gluten-free menus.

Here's some mainstream snacks though

Cool Ranch Doritos.

Cheetos

Lays Stax

Fritos

Reese's PB Cups

M&M's (all but the crispy kind I believe)

Butterfinger's

None of the crispy rice chocolate bars are gluten-free in the US (they add barley malt). Might have to go to Canada to get some...

B)

Nancy

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Outback Steakhouse, PF Changs, and even some Old Spaghetti Factories have gluten free menus. Outback's Chocolate Thunder from Down Under is a flourless brownie . . . so you can eat that!

Good luck!

Okay, so I just realized that Nantzie posted this information right before I did. Sorry! I skimmed her post too fast!

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Bonefish Grill, Cheeseburger in Paradise, Maggiano's, Carrabas can also accomodate gluten-free.

Grilled chicken salad at Chick-fil-a -- without the croutons and without the sunflower seeds, but you can use the tortilla stips. Their waffles fries are also okay.

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I dont know if anyone has listed this one yet.

Claim Jumper

Here's the link, but i dont know where you live, because they're only in Arizona, California, Illinois, Colorado, Nevada, & Washington. But they're opening up two in Oregon also.

http://www.claimjumper.com/hypertext/menu_diet_gluten.htm

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thank you all...

ya, i cant eat the cool ranch doritos...they have whey, i got really excited for a second....lol

but CL, i'm DEFF going to be heading into the city like ASAP to try that place out, you can bet that, i heart pizza and breadsticks!!

thank you all!!!

::HUGS::

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see thats funny u asked, i was just asking my mother the same question today, my chef here at school had said something about it, but I think i can have it, i have to call my doctor!

does anyone have any problems with whey?

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I do not have any problems with whey. Whey is dairy so if you are avoiding dairy (many people do especially when starting the gluten-free diet) you will have to watch out for it. However, if you are just talking about gluten, whey is gluten-free.

Hez

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no im fine with eggs and cheese, so maybe im missing something and chef is loosing it...lol im eating something with whey in it right now - - - so i guess we will see how it sits...

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Many celiacs are also intolerant to casein, the protein found in cow's milk (and in whey). (Enterolab automatically checks casein at the same time in their full celiac panel - www.enterolab.com )

Awesome restaraunt is Outback Steakhouse (mentioned above as well) - it's expensive but they have a gluten-free menu that tastes great!

Christian

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Don't know about the restaurants. Other than PF Changs and Outback, who both have gluten-free menus.

Here's some mainstream snacks though

Cool Ranch Doritos.

Cheetos

Lays Stax

Fritos

Reese's PB Cups

M&M's (all but the crispy kind I believe)

Butterfinger's

None of the crispy rice chocolate bars are gluten-free in the US (they add barley malt). Might have to go to Canada to get some...

B)

Nancy

I had on halloween a butterfinger mini and reese's mini peanut butter cups. I felt awful the next day. Major cramps and bloating. Are you sure they are Gluten Free?

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None of the crispy rice chocolate bars are gluten-free in the US (they add barley malt). Might have to go to Canada to get some...

B)

Nancy

Don't come here. We sprinkle malt on everything :P. I was reading labels on hot chocolate - Cadbury's contains malt!? :blink: Couldn't believe it.

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there are some other places to eat that have not been mentioned

in oakdale you have mamma's

in waughtugh you have baldo's

and in plainview you have b well's

the first to are italian resturants

b well's is the best gluten-free store and deli i have found on long island

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there are some other places to eat that have not been mentioned

in oakdale you have mamma's

in waughtugh you have baldo's

and in plainview you have b well's

the first to are italian resturants

b well's is the best gluten-free store and deli i have found on long island

Hi! I see that you mentioned Baldo's. We also have a couple over here where I live. Is there a gluten-free menu or items that I can eat? I dont know if I would trust mine anyhow though. When I wasnt gluten-free I found chicken joints in my chicken quesdilla!! :o:blink:

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there are some other places to eat that have not been mentioned

in oakdale you have mamma's

in waughtugh you have baldo's

and in plainview you have b well's

the first to are italian resturants

b well's is the best gluten-free store and deli i have found on long island

thank you SOOO much, i'm just going to have to make my boyfriend take me out one night!! hehehe thanks again!!!

<3

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Hi! I see that you mentioned Baldo's. We also have a couple over here where I live. Is there a gluten-free menu or items that I can eat? I dont know if I would trust mine anyhow though. When I wasnt gluten-free I found chicken joints in my chicken quesdilla!! :o:blink:

If you are from long island the full name i s cafe baldo's.

it is a family owned resturant, not a chian... :(

thank you SOOO much, i'm just going to have to make my boyfriend take me out one night!! hehehe thanks again!!!

<3

If you go to b. wells in plainviw ask for Erin she's one of the owners and will treat you like a queen. she also is very generious with samples of the food. the also carry a line of frozen food i have not seen any place else... safe harbor foods... the stuffed shells and ravioli are AMAZING and the baked ziti is also fantastic.

GOOD LUCK

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If you are from long island the full name i s cafe baldo's.

it is a family owned resturant, not a chian... :(

Oh okay! We have Baldo's here in the bay area of CA. But the name is just Baldo's. I think its family owned here too, but they have all over Northern CA, so I thought maybe they put one in NY! lol. :P

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:) You can also go to Trader Joe's in Merrick and Oceanside. Fairway in Plainview is the best for gluten-free food shopping. Wholefoods in Manhasset is also good. I would watch out for Cafe Baldo in Wantagh I got sick after eating there. Good Luck

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you aslo have jandi's in oceanside

rising tide in glen cove

trader joe's is also in plainview

the best in hicksville

ive been all over nassau in search for the best selection of gluten-free foods...

b well's has the largest selection of any store that i have been to.

fairway is getting better but it still is not there yet

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I just saw this thread.

Mama's in Oakdale is AMAZING!!!!! There are a few Mama's in Suffolk, but it's the one not affiliated with the others. You can get the address off the GFRAP website.

B Well in Plainview has a lot of good products that you won't find everywhere else.

Sweet Karma bakery in East Meadow that sells bagels and english muffins from a woman, Joan. They are the most incredible bagels. This is one of my favorite products.

This is not on Long Island, but my favorite bread for sandwiches is from a place in Chester, NY (up by Woodbury Commons) called the Gluten Free Bread Basket. You can order from their website and they will ship.

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