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5 Days To Gluten Free

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YOU GUYS ARE MAKING ME HUNGRY!!!! LOL. Awesome suggestions all. And stuff I had forgotten about too!! I had pizza hut pizza today (yum) and an onion bagel with cream cheese. And an ice cream in a cone - do they even MAKE gluten-free cones? I'm thinking not, so I'm eating as many cones between now and then as possible, lol.

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Pizza!

Pizza!

Pizza!

Bologna sandwich on white bread - the gummy fresh kind

Cake

Cake donut holes

Toasted garlic Italian bread

Toast!

CINNAMON ROLLS! the big ones covered with frosting

Aunt Annie's pretzels

I was a bit of an addict...... Much better now, 14 weeks gluten free. Felt good to get that out.

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The night before my Endoscope I ate an entire Large Pepperoni, Sausage, Mushroom and X-cheese deep dish pizza from Star Pizza and two pitchers of Shiner Bock Beer. I felt fine the next morning for my procedure and was fine that afternoon. Got sick as a dog that night. Absolutely worth it!!!!! :D

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Chicken Alfredo from Olive Garden, Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pizza, Cookies and Cream Ice Cream in a cone!!!! maybe a waffle cone, A big cheeseburger with all the toppings, hmmm I am thinking

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I would camp out in an good Italian bakery. I used to go to one in LIttle Italy in Boston. Canolis (sp?) I still dream about their food... I would eat all day every meal - baked goods.

Then a true Italian restaurant for ravioi, canaloni, fettuccini cabonera, lasagna,

Then real NY pizza. Not a franchise. The real stuff.

Then bagels and cream cheese by the dozen.

Hubby's pizzelles...OMG do I miss those. It makes me so sad when he makes them now :(

Then more desserts....Chocolate waffles with ice cream... eclaires...cream puffs with real whipped cream...Grandmas Chocolate frosted pound cake...and we can't forget homemade Irish soda bread. I've never even bothered to trie to make Nana's soda bread gluten-free. I'd hate to ruin such a good memory.

This is sad...my fondest memories are all attached to food from different places I've lived or visited.

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YOU GUYS ARE MAKING ME HUNGRY!!!! LOL. Awesome suggestions all. And stuff I had forgotten about too!! I had pizza hut pizza today (yum) and an onion bagel with cream cheese. And an ice cream in a cone - do they even MAKE gluten-free cones? I'm thinking not, so I'm eating as many cones between now and then as possible, lol.

I've never tried them, but they do make gluten free ice cream cones.

https://www.celiac.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=24

http://www.allergygrocery.com/Merchant2/me...Product_Count=1

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Takeout chinese. Steamed dumplings, general tso's chicken, beef with scallions- and you can just go and order it without having to explain for 5 minutes and provide written explanation in multiple languages.

And homemade challah- I miss kneading dough! Chebe is as close as I get these days....

Possibly also homemade fresh pasta, but gluten-free gnocchi have been filling that niche pretty well.

-Em

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pizza! its the one thing that people all around you eat, and the smell is intoxicating, you can get close, but never exactly the same.

an everything bagel

fried rice (soy sauce has wheat)

cookie dough ice cream

cookie dough. buy it from the store and just eat it!

good luck!!!!!

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Takeout chinese. Steamed dumplings, general tso's chicken, beef with scallions- and you can just go and order it without having to explain for 5 minutes and provide written explanation in multiple languages.

And homemade challah- I miss kneading dough! Chebe is as close as I get these days....

Possibly also homemade fresh pasta, but gluten-free gnocchi have been filling that niche pretty well.

-Em

Em,

Are you making gnocchi or buying it somewhere? Let me know where you are getting it and if it's a recipe, would you mind sharing? . . . Thanks!

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Box of Poptarts.

Bold Mix of Chex Mix.

Deep Dish Pizza.

Quarter Pounder from McD.

A Whatcha-ma-call-it candy bar.

Most Italian food.\

A Miss Winner's Cinnamon Roll.

-Ash

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Where do I start? LOL!!

Krispy Kreme Doughnut

Pancakes

Charley's Grilled Sub & Fries

Pizza Hut Pan Pizza and boneless spicy BBQ wings

Filet O Fish from McD's

Spicy Chicken Sandwich from Wendy's

General Tso's Chicken

Pot Stickers

Egg Rolls

Sourdough bread...the nice, warm, yummy kind they serve in restaurants with butter

Another vote for a Whatchamacallit Candy Bar

Grinder's Turkey Rueben

That is about all I can think of right now.....I bet I think about this food all day now! LOL!

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In 5 days I go for my biopsy. My blood tests already showed positive for celiac so as soon as I have the biopsy I am going gluten free (not waiting on results). I do NOT plan on ever cheating, so I would like to get in all my fav's before the 5 days are up. If you had 5 days to eat anything, what would you eat? What is just NOT the same once you go gluten free? Looking for fun ideas :) I'm gonna be so sick to my stomach, but I don't care, lol - I'll make up for it by never cheating on the gluten free, hehe. So fire away! What's teh one thing you miss the most? You can live vicariously through me!

YOU GUYS ARE KILLING ME!

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Bagel sandwiches, pizza-- real pizza, from a pizzeria, not frozen rice flour pizza, fried chicken with gravy, eating out a restaurants, sandwich buns... If I could eat pizza and bagels and fried chicken right now... :lol:

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OMG...how did I forget bagels? ACK!! I love Panera bagels with cream cheese....there is nothing like them!

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OMG...how did I forget bagels? ACK!! I love Panera bagels with cream cheese....there is nothing like them!

Jalapeno bagels were my weakness (okay, one of them) but I've been able to scratch that itch with jalapeno chebe bread.

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Em,

Are you making gnocchi or buying it somewhere? Let me know where you are getting it and if it's a recipe, would you mind sharing? . . . Thanks!

My wife found Gluten Free Gnocchi at Central Market here in Houston. I don't remember the maker but it was damn good. :D

By they way you can find wheat free soy sauce. HEB, Whole Foods, Randalls, Central Market and others around here carry Jsan Wheat Free Soy Sauce. It has a slightly stronger taste than the other stuff but works just great. My wife and I ate Sushi yesterday for lunch. I just brought the bottle with me.

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My wife found Gluten Free Gnocchi at Central Market here in Houston. I don't remember the maker but it was damn good. :D

By they way you can find wheat free soy sauce. HEB, Whole Foods, Randalls, Central Market and others around here carry Jsan Wheat Free Soy Sauce. It has a slightly stronger taste than the other stuff but works just great. My wife and I ate Sushi yesterday for lunch. I just brought the bottle with me.

Kudos to your wife! I've only been in Central Market one time but I couldn't find hardly any gluten-free stuff. Do you know where she found it?

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Even though I am not sure I have Celia Disease, I have been Gluten Free for almost a week now. I really miss pasta, and the fact that I may never be able to have another visit to Dunkin Donuts again. So I would definitely go for those. Also I was always a big friend of pastries as well. I have been truely amazed at all the items that contain wheat or gluten. I really wonder why there is so much of it so un-necessary in some cases. Good luck to and hope you have a fast recovery.

In 5 days I go for my biopsy. My blood tests already showed positive for celiac so as soon as I have the biopsy I am going gluten free (not waiting on results). I do NOT plan on ever cheating, so I would like to get in all my fav's before the 5 days are up. If you had 5 days to eat anything, what would you eat? What is just NOT the same once you go gluten free? Looking for fun ideas :) I'm gonna be so sick to my stomach, but I don't care, lol - I'll make up for it by never cheating on the gluten free, hehe. So fire away! What's teh one thing you miss the most? You can live vicariously through me!

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Corrona with a lime. I will miss those for sure.

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YOU GUYS ARE MAKING ME HUNGRY!!!! LOL. Awesome suggestions all. And stuff I had forgotten about too!! I had pizza hut pizza today (yum) and an onion bagel with cream cheese. And an ice cream in a cone - do they even MAKE gluten-free cones? I'm thinking not, so I'm eating as many cones between now and then as possible, lol.

Yes, there is such a thing as GLUTEN Free cones - I have seen two different brand name versions, but very, very pricey - but worth it if you really want it. I have never tried them, so I don't know what they taste like.

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Corrona with a lime. I will miss those for sure.

Arrrggghhh! Don't remind me. I have a gluten-free sub for Shiner Bock but not for Corona!

:-)

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Drink a Kilian's Red for me! I wish I had thought to slurge before I went on the diet but I was in so much pain the day before I started that it wasn't hard to do without reservation and just the thought of feeling well agian kick started it for me! I could think of so many other things I want but my stomache hurts just thinking about them.

I thought I would mention that if you like Kilian's you should try that new Gluten Free Beer by Budwiser, it is called Red Bridge....taste alot like Kilian's.

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Even though I am not sure I have Celia Disease, I have been Gluten Free for almost a week now. I really miss pasta, and the fact that I may never be able to have another visit to Dunkin Donuts again. So I would definitely go for those. Also I was always a big friend of pastries as well. I have been truely amazed at all the items that contain wheat or gluten. I really wonder why there is so much of it so un-necessary in some cases. Good luck to and hope you have a fast recovery.

Can't help you on the Dunkin Donuts but suffer no more for lack of pasta -- get some Tinkyada pasta by mail order or at Whole Foods, Wild Oats or whatever you may have near you. It's gluten free and the taste and texture are the same. It's fooled my non-Celiac friends. http://www.tinkyada.com/

That's the easiest itch to scratch!

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Can't help you on the Dunkin Donuts but suffer no more for lack of pasta -- get some Tinkyada pasta by mail order or at Whole Foods, Wild Oats or whatever you may have near you. It's gluten free and the taste and texture are the same. It's fooled my non-Celiac friends. http://www.tinkyada.com/

That's the easiest itch to scratch!

I agree! I bought some Tinkyada pasta to give it a try before going gluten-free and yum! It tastes just like regular pasta to me. I did cook it a tad longer, but the bag says you can overcook it as much as you want! It was awesome.

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