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rainabear

Anyone React Less To Cooked Gluten?

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Ok I am new and I seriously did not see anyone in this thread being abusive. Maybe just some misunderstanding. Most of us come from different life experiences. Rainabear if my post offended you I am so sorry.

Now I have been in my life a huge bread lover and I found it difficult to give it up at first and until very recently I kept regressing. Now with the help of this board I have discovered things I never would have thought about, ever. These are the cross contamination issues. I live with my sister that loves eating bread and stores it in my freezer. I also have to live with the crumbs she scatters all around the house as well as the wheat kitty litter that drifts around the areas where the litter tray resides.

Rainabear you will also have to keep separate jars of things like peanut butter and packs of butter/margarine that are used by you alone. I never thought that sharing a pack of butter with someone as an issue. But the bread crumbs off knives are enough to set off a reaction.

Tell your mother that cooking wheat will not turn it into chicken broth. It will still remain cooked wheat. It was a cute idea though. I wonder if it would work with chocolate. Maybe I can convince myself that a cooked chocolate pudding will turn into a serving of kale?

The other issue raised is that I am eating gluten free junk food, simply because it is there. I never ate chocolate biscuits before, so why am I eating all this junk now? Food for thought indeed.

Joss

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Ok I am new and I seriously did not see anyone in this thread being abusive. Maybe just some misunderstanding. Most of us come from different life experiences. Rainabear if my post offended you I am so sorry.

Now I have been in my life a huge bread lover and I found it difficult to give it up at first and until very recently I kept regressing. Now with the help of this board I have discovered things I never would have thought about, ever. These are the cross contamination issues. I live with my sister that loves eating bread and stores it in my freezer. I also have to live with the crumbs she scatters all around the house as well as the wheat kitty litter that drifts around the areas where the litter tray resides.

Rainabear you will also have to keep separate jars of things like peanut butter and packs of butter/margarine that are used by you alone. I never thought that sharing a pack of butter with someone as an issue. But the bread crumbs off knives are enough to set off a reaction.

Tell your mother that cooking wheat will not turn it into chicken broth. It will still remain cooked wheat. It was a cute idea though. I wonder if it would work with chocolate. Maybe I can convince myself that a cooked chocolate pudding will turn into a serving of kale?

The other issue raised is that I am eating gluten free junk food, simply because it is there. I never ate chocolate biscuits before, so why am I eating all this junk now? Food for thought indeed.

Joss

If and when you find a way, let me know. Kale = yuck. Chocolate = yum. Monthly cravings that would be healthy and not make me break out would be great :lol:

Raina- If your mom likes thick, hearty hot cereals, why not try Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Hot Cereal? It is the one I have heard the most compliments on. I don't know personally, though... for I am a grits kind of girl.

~Destiny

Pickles and Catalina dressing, anyone?

Had to add that I almost fell of the train the other day when someone made pasta and had it on the counter, and that was shortly after a "High Gluten" flour bag burst in the store, which made me very ill. They schedule me to be out of the store when they use the flour, but not when truck comes. This is the first accident like this.

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Well I have so much to learn. I went out with my DD today and she told me that 90% of burping that we do has nothing to do with the food we eat. She told me it was how I eat it. I was told that for years that I was inhaling a lot of air with my food. I now know better. For me it is the food.

Thank God I have you lot. At least you understand.

i have made an appointment with my doctor on Monday. I shall ask her to refer me to a specialist.

Joss

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If and when you find a way, let me know. Kale = yuck. Chocolate = yum. Monthly cravings that would be healthy and not make me break out would be great :lol:

I saw on a Tv show the other day where they pureed spinach and cauliflower and stuff and put it in normal foods where the color wouldnt show, like cauliflower and carrots in mac&cheese and spinach and kale in brownies. They got the idea from some lady calls herself the 'sneaky chef'. I think she's got a book.

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