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many different corn chips. (technically, they don't have fructose, but a more complex carbohydrate.)

if it has to be packaged, how about one of the things I had on my hike today - almonds. :P

(really, though, what's the purpose of looking for the prepackaged foods for? time? don't like cooking? there are ways around these issues without having to resort to prepared foods regularly.)


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004

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Bellevue, WA

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Lungberg's Brown Rice Cakes -Whole grain brown rice, sea salt

Bearitos Fat Free Refried Beans - Water, organici Pinot Beans, sea salt

Mission Tortilla Chips - ground gorn trated with lime, water, vegetable oil, (Contains one or more of the following: Cottonseed oil, corn oil) salt.

Enrico's Pizza Sauce - Tomatoes, tomato puree (water, tomato pat) olive oil, sugar, garlic, herbs and spices. ( jar marked gluten free)

Annie's Naturals orgainic ketchup - Water, Tomatopaste, suger, distilled white vinegar, sea salt, onion powder, allspice, clove powder. (bottle marked gluten free)

Check Pacific Foods. I believe they may also have a few products that meet your criteria.

www.pacificfoods.com

If you are looking for a full meal in one package I don't think such a thing exists, but there are many products out there that contain simple straight forward ingredients that meet your criteria.


Phyllis

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Any of the foods from Goraw. I think Enjoy Life foods also fit in there. Tings. Amy's Organic Pasta sauce. Probably most of the things I buy at the health food store.

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You guys are all missing fructose free.

Most of those items are fructose-free. I know goraw stuff is. The raw vegan section of a health food store should have plenty of snack options.

Enjoy Life? By fructose do you mean absolutely no fruit derived ingredients, or just no processed fructose?


"Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food." - Hippocrates

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You guys are all missing fructose free.

what part of an almond contains fructose? :P


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004

Hiker, Yoga Teacher, Engineer, Painter, Be-er of Me

Bellevue, WA

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Fine, I guess almonds don't have any. I'm allergic to nuts though anyway, so...

Explain to me about corn. I don't understand how that works. I hear mixed things about it, but I don't seem to react to it.

what part of an almond contains fructose? :P

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what are you worried about reacting to in corn? gluten? the only glutens that celiacs react to are found in wheat, barley, rye, and some celiacs react to the gluten in oats. the gluten (plant protein, so I'm using the term generically here) in corn is very different from those, and doesn't cause a reaction in celiacs. the same is true for rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, teff, buckwheat, and a few other grains.

fructose? I can't answer - I don't know much about zero-fructose diets. not even sure that's possible, as the body has to break down carbohydrates at some point, and fructose in some quantity is likely to get produced...


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004

Hiker, Yoga Teacher, Engineer, Painter, Be-er of Me

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LOL!!!! I have been looking for a protein bar that meets this criteria for the longest time. They don't exist!!!!

The only packaged food that comes close to those requirements that I know of are Terra chips original. They are actually quite tasty too. There is however some sugar in it, but this comes from the actual food. Is not added. The body does need some sugar and if there is not enough sugar, the body will make it. I gave up looking for the zero under sugar and just accepted that sometimes I will have to eat it, but I do make sure it is minimal. I am no longer eating ice cream and cheesecake everyday so I have cut out a lot of stuff and that is good enough for me... for now until I find a better way.

http://www.terrachips.com/products/Original-TERRA-Chips.php

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We do not eat anything with high fructose corn syrup in it in this house. I can't have almonds and daughter can't have peanuts. We can both eat the Goraw pumpkin seed bars. They are sweetened with dates and agave nectar. They also make some other bars that are nut free. We just happen to like that one the best.

My health food store is loaded with foods that fit the paramaters of what you want. The owner is celiac.

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Skippy All Natural Peanut Butter!!! :D

I do not eat hardly any processed foods. Can you handle natural sugar (fructose) such as in fruits? I buy Dole packaged fruits, with no high fructose corn syrup, but there are natural sugars in these fruits, as in all fruits. I also buy sugar free applesauce, but I do not buy sweetened with splenda applesauce. No sorbital for me either.

corn is very different from those, and doesn't cause a reaction in celiacs. the same is true for rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, teff, buckwheat, and a few other grains.
Corn is not a gluten, but it does cause a reaction in some of us, just as do these other grains. I am totally grain free, after soy, corn was the next grain I had to give up. It really upsets me when someone says to me, "You are a celiac, you can't have gluten, there is nothing wrong with soy, corn, etc." That just isn't true for all of us.

I gave up all grains in March, after over 7 yrs of being gluten free, things are better now. I had given up nearly everything except rice, now I do not eat it either, and I feel better for it. Some people are of the opinion, that all grains have a certain amount of gluten, I know there is corn gluten, even though they say it is safe for a celiac.


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Hain's Safflower Mayonnaise and

Natural Sunbutter

Pitiful list isn't it ?????? :(


CeeCee

Allergic to: wheat, peanuts and Penicillin

1995 severe anaphylactic reaction to Wheat

Gluten free since Sept. 2006

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