Celiac.com Sponsor (A1):


Celiac.com Sponsor (A1):


Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

goldyjlox

Just Curious...

Recommended Posts

I am just curious what product you for butter or margarine...we use imperial and it seems to have gluten so I need to switch. Also wheat tyrpes of salad dressing, BBQ sauces and ketcup brands you use. I a new to this and finding it hard to find out what to eat.\

Also, I usually have eggs for breakfast...every morning and that cant be too healthy..any suggestions on what else I could eat???

Thanks

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Celiac.com Sponsor (A8):

Celiac.com Sponsor (A8):


Guest j_mommy

I use hidden valley ranch dressing. I'm a butter eater! Way bad for you but it's what I splurge on!

https://www.celiac.com/st_prod.html?p_prodi...-48107553547.11

This is the list of what to look for in teh ingredient lists on teh back of teh package!

Kraft will always list gluten on the package....also walmart store brand is really good about listing anything too(most of their products actually say gluten-free on them)

Breakfast: gluten-free cereal, fruit, banana muffins(I make these all the time)

Good Luck!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Not sure if you live in an area with Wegmans, it's a grocery store in NY,PA,NJ,MD and VA. It labels all its store brands gluten free too. I buy lots of things there. So usually I get their brand of salad dressing and BBQ sauce..as well as other things.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I just want to add that anyone that does have a Wegmans to shop at, that online under www.wegmans.com you can find the store list of Wegman brand foods lists that have their products that are gluten free. I have printed it and it is 29 pages long. Also their food products also have a label guide on the front of those products for lactose intolerant, gluten free, healthy heart, etc. This was helpful to me in the beginning when I was learning how to shop for food for myself. I hope others find this helpful as well. But always check labels as a precaution.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sorry I live in Squamish, BC and I have found a Whole foods about an hour away in VAncouver, we live in s small town...well, its getting bigger since Whistler got the 2010 olympics. But I have checked Walmart and found a few things. I have the Kraft BBQ sauce already, but I have to do somemore research. I have not purchased much or tried any baking b/c I am waiting for my Biopsy results, which I get this week. from what I have researched, I should be okay as Iam not a flour eater at all...never eat bread or anything like that. I do however eat a bit of junk food and will have to change that, mind you I have already researched into the goodies and found alot of the stuff I like is gluten free, so I am excited there. I am going to try and get my kids to eat less gluten so if they come down with it then it wont be so hard to switch them.

Thanks.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Sorry I live in Squamish, BC and I have found a Whole foods about an hour away in VAncouver, we live in s small town...well, its getting bigger since Whistler got the 2010 olympics. But I have checked Walmart and found a few things. I have the Kraft BBQ sauce already, but I have to do somemore research. I have not purchased much or tried any baking b/c I am waiting for my Biopsy results, which I get this week. from what I have researched, I should be okay as Iam not a flour eater at all...never eat bread or anything like that. I do however eat a bit of junk food and will have to change that, mind you I have already researched into the goodies and found alot of the stuff I like is gluten free, so I am excited there. I am going to try and get my kids to eat less gluten so if they come down with it then it wont be so hard to switch them.

Thanks.

If you can get is, Saz's barbeque sauce is wonderful and it's gluten-free. I believe Sweet Baby Rays is as well.

Just remember that "flour" (as you listed above) hides in soooo many items your would never think have wheat flour in them. I glutened my poor DH by giving him soy sauce (wheat was the 1st or 2nd thing in the ingreditent list). So it hides in places you'd never know. I'm much better at reading labels now!

Pamela's makes an awesome pancake/waffle/baking mix that I cook weekend breakfast's from and my DH also has cereal - watch because there are so many main stream cereals becoming gluten-free (Fruity Pebbles, Cocoa Pebbles, Trix), etc. He also like the frozen Van's waffles. Blueberry especially - but again - not all of their weaffles are gluten-free.

I hope this helps!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


  • Celiac.com Sponsor (A17):
    Celiac.com Sponsor (A17):





    Celiac.com Sponsors (A17):




  • Forum Discussions

    It’s certainly possible.  Coffee and susbstances made from cow’s milk are common intolerances in Celiacs due the upset of your autoimmune system.  
    That's good to know. I have my MRI on a celiac disease as it was requested by an ENT consultant to take a look at but again this is someone who isn't looking in regards to gluten ataxia but I can mention it to them and also give it to...
    The boat feeling did resolve but I do still have some residual balance issues. However I had ataxia impact from the time I was a child until my 40's. Glad to hear you are seeing someone that will be looking specifically for the UBOs. My neuro...