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Lisa- What? You don't eat toilet paper? What's wrong with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't find any good gluten-free, soy free crackers so I use it for cheese!

Hey... been wanting something that would serve for making wraps! You've given me an idea! Would probably taste about as good as anything else out there too! Probably the 2-ply stuff would be best... :)

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Hey... been wanting something that would serve for making wraps! You've given me an idea! Would probably taste about as good as anything else out there too! Probably the 2-ply stuff would be best... :)

Ty's been using Rice Paper wrappers lately and if he'll eat them, they must be good, or at the very least, tasteless.

Run them under warm water for 10 or 15 seconds to soften them up. He likes ham and mozzarella in them and said he's going to try them for tacos next time.

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I don't know if this has been pointed out, but srokie claimed that ALL Kimberly-Clark toilet papers are "dusted," and yet we've had at least two very sensitive people say their paper of choice is Scott. Folks, Scott IS a Kimberly-Clark company.

I'm also curious why wheat-flour dusted toilet paper wouldn't leave a little pile of flour dust on the floor below the holder, in addition to you know where else.

richard

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I don't know if this has been pointed out, but srokie claimed that ALL Kimberly-Clark toilet papers are "dusted," and yet we've had at least two very sensitive people say their paper of choice is Scott. Folks, Scott IS a Kimberly-Clark company.

I'm also curious why wehat-flour dusted toilet paper wouldn't leave a little pile of flour dust on the floor below the holder, in addition to you know where else.

richard

Oh MY! We all would have glued up bums. :blink:

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As a newbie I have found this site to be helpful as well.

As for who eats toilet paper~ well, that would be my lovely 19 month old who got a roll from the storage area the other day and was stuffing it in her mouth and running away from me laughing. :lol:

Very cute and funny~ but now I have to be more careful that she does not get glutenized from TP in the future!

Yep, my grandson does that! So does my gluten-sensitive little cat. I'll tell you what, fishing soggy toilet paper out of wet mouths is no fun, especially when those mouths are full of teeth!

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I wonder if those who are contacting Kimberly Clark about what, if anything, they dust their products with would post those replies - IN A DIFFERENT THREAD.

I have emailed the makers of Angle Soft toilet paper and will do the same when I get a response.

This thread is so depressing to read that it would be nice to have the information elsewhere.

Today (Monday) is a holiday, so I would not expect to hear back any earlier than Tues. or Wed.

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I dont think we should expect anything more from her than we would expect from *any* excited, newly diagnosed 20 year old.

I think you should expect more than you're evidently expecting from a 20 year old. I'm "only" 21, but I certainly didn't act like that, nor would I have tolerated any friends acting like that, a year ago.

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I wonder if those who are contacting Kimberly Clark about what, if anything, they dust their products with would post those replies - IN A DIFFERENT THREAD.

I have emailed the makers of Angle Soft toilet paper and will do the same when I get a response.

This thread is so depressing to read that it would be nice to have the information elsewhere.

Today (Monday) is a holiday, so I would not expect to hear back any earlier than Tues. or Wed.

Totally off topic, but what is the holiday today?

Michelle

who doesn't get stat holiday until February. :)

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Exactly Michi--hehe. It's Martin Luther King Jr. Day--here in NY it's a national holiday. In Michigan, the kids go to school the same as usual. Here on Long Island, nearly everything on the calendar is celebrated, kids are off school all the time. All the Jewish Holidays are observed here, not in Michigan. I work for a doctor who doesn't observe these holidays cause he wants the business of the patients off work. So, here on Long Island, I still have Michigan Holidays!!! :blink:

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Very insightful Susan.........Very insightful. Smart Smart lady :)

what? :huh: obviously you have me mistaken for someone else, Jess! :P

Well, one thing we all seem to have in common (besides celiac):

WE'RE ALL STUBBORN!!!!! :ph34r: (or do I mean :P ?)

:ph34r: guilty!

Ty's been using Rice Paper wrappers lately and if he'll eat them, they must be good, or at the very least, tasteless.

Run them under warm water for 10 or 15 seconds to soften them up. He likes ham and mozzarella in them and said he's going to try them for tacos next time.

where do you get the rice papers? I'll try this....hey I think I'm also goign to make that bread in your avatar today! :rolleyes:

Oh MY! We all would have glued up bums. :blink:

or sticky buns! how I miss those.......

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Oh MY! We all would have glued up bums. :blink:

Well...we all know my bum is glued up! I've certainly got a turd stuck crossways! :P I guess I'm not the only one. :P

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Hey, if you had a yeast infection you'd practically have a loaf of bread!

THAT IS SO GROSS I CAN'T HELP BUT LAUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Well...we all know my bum is glued up! I've certainly got a turd stuck crossways! :P I guess I'm not the only one. :P

Actually, Bev, I had you in mind :P

Sticky buns :lol::lol::lol:

Gosh, it's good to be back to "normal", whatever that is. :blink:

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where do you get the rice papers? I'll try this....hey I think I'm also goign to make that bread in your avatar today! :rolleyes:

or sticky buns! how I miss those.......

I got them from the T&T Supermarket in Harvest Hills NW Calgary. I believe that's a bit of a drive for you - maybe 2 or 3 days, so check the Asian section of your grocery. I've seen them everywhere. The ingredients are: rice flour, low salt added, & water. It's 3 Elephants brand. 100 wrappers for about $2.50 or so. I got the small ones, about 6" across, but they have big ones and I think square ones as well.

Re: the bread, Ty had 4 pieces of toast and 3 sandwiches in the last 3 days. He took a sandwich for lunch too. Unbelievable!

Now the most important question: What kind of dogs are the Dingos? I had a heeler cross with those very ears. I thought he was beautiful and everyone else thought he was "interesting". <_<

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I got them from the T&T Supermarket in Harvest Hills NW Calgary. I believe that's a bit of a drive for you - maybe 2 or 3 days, so check the Asian section of your grocery. I've seen them everywhere. The ingredients are: rice flour, low salt added, & water. It's 3 Elephants brand. 100 wrappers for about $2.50 or so. I got the small ones, about 6" across, but they have big ones and I think square ones as well.

very good, I'll look for these. So...you don't cook them, you just wet them?

Now the most important question: What kind of dogs are the Dingos? I had a heeler cross with those very ears. I thought he was beautiful and everyone else thought he was "interesting". <_<

:lol: Linda - I believe you may have asked this before, and I forgot to answer. So sorry. The dingos....well Tika (in avatar, at Carmel beach yesterday), I got at SPCA 12 years ago, as a 10-week-old VERY HYPER puppy. Her brother had one blue eye. I think she is shepard/red queensland, or husky/queensland. Not sure. Exceedingly bright, VERY intense and very agile/athletic. Annie - found her on the highway about four years ago. Sweetest dog I've ever known. She is a herder of some sort.....maybe part cattle dog? Her herding is not always received so well at the beach. :lol: Sometimes looks very Basenji in her expression, and she seldom barks.

Heelers are my favorite dogs - I'd never have any other kind. :)

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