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Hello All,

I'm a newly diagnosed celiac and wasn't sure where else to post my question. I was wondering if peanut flour is safe for celiacs. It is listed as an ingredient in many types of peanut-butter candy that is safe otherwise. Hope someone can help. Thanks!


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Oh, you can post it under an existing topic, such as this, or make a new thread on it....for this question, under the ingredients & food labeling issues section.

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Has anyone checked out the new flavor of Post Pebbles? Marshmallow mania, or something like that. Looks like something my son would like.

For some reason I though post pebbles had gluten, so I've been buying Malt-O-Meal's version Dino-Bytes. Now they're changing the ingredient list on the cocoa dino-bytes as they are concerned about cross-contamination. Guess it's time to switch to Post Cocoa Pebbles.

My son is allergic to cow's milk, and a celiac. I am a celiac and allergic to all corn and its derivatives (meaning basically all food additives in the US). Needless to say, I cook a lot. My son does fine with cereals though.

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The mashmallow pebbles that just came out by post is NOT gluten free...the cocoa and fruity pebbles are however gluten free

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Today I made phone calls to food companies again. I wanted to know what the NATURAL FLAVORS are in CELESTIAL SEASONING TEAS. I was shocked at the answer... the womans said I can't and won't tell you. It's proprietary and they don't have to tell us. She said it doesn't have Gluten but beyond that she wouldn't tell me anything.



Of, relating to, or suggestive of a proprietor or to proprietors as a group: had proprietary rights; behaved with a proprietary air in his friend's house.

Exclusively owned; private: a proprietary hospital.

Owned by a private individual or corporation under a trademark or patent: a proprietary drug.

SO IF YOU HAVE A SECONDARY FOOD ALLERGY or intolerance to something like SOY (I call it poison) or anything other them gluten stay clear of these teas! If you are AREN'T getting better this might be the reason.

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