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Okay, I have a biopsy scheduled for Friday and on Saturday I'm starting my gluten free diet...at the end of the month I am going to a colege football game and will be taking part in the pregame tailgating party. Obviously I will need to bring my own food to such an event but does anyone have any suggestios of something I can take and wash down with some delicious gluten free beer?

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Naked chicken wings with Frank's Hot sauce. Steamed shrimp.

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Hot dogs, brats, chicken sausage, burgers or chicken breast wrapped in foil and grilled. *Most* brands are gluten-free, but you obviously have to check to be sure. Oscar Meyer is gluten-free (they're owned by Kraft) and so are most Johnsonville brats. Use foil so you don't have to worry about CC from everyone else's food and the charcoal. I usually do a chicken sausage and eat it right out of the foil, a bottle of ketchup handy to put a bit on each bite. It's easier than sitting down with plate to eat a grilled chicken breast.

Corn still in the cob is good and baked potatoes (also in foil), although they take a long time to bake so I microwave them until they're nearly cooked and then grill.

What do you usually have at a tailgate? I try to eat pretty much the same thing I used to eat with slight modifications.

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What do you usually have at a tailgate? I try to eat pretty much the same thing I used to eat with slight modifications.

I usually eat the basics...Brats and Hot Dogs...maybe a burger. Thanks for the cooking in foil tip! I didn't even think of that. I'm not to big on ketchup or any type of sauces so I should be okay there. I didn't know oscar meyer hot dogs were gluten free...that's good to know! Thanks for the tips!

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I usually eat the basics...Brats and Hot Dogs...maybe a burger. Thanks for the cooking in foil tip! I didn't even think of that. I'm not to big on ketchup or any type of sauces so I should be okay there. I didn't know oscar meyer hot dogs were gluten free...that's good to know! Thanks for the tips!

Eww...gluten free beer is nasty.

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Eww...gluten free beer is nasty.

I just tried it for the first time the other day. It's not the same but I didn't mind it. I thought It kinof tasted like a micro brew. I love beer. It's going to be the hardest to give up.

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