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Gluten Free Camping Foods!

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I was very recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease and am brand new at this gluten-free diet -- it's a huge learning curve! I am going camping with my husband and he knows even less than I do about label-reading! Can anyone recommend some good camping food to bring with us please??? gluten-free hot dogs anyone?? I read somewhere that Oscar Mayer Beef Hot Dogs are safe, does anyone know for sure?? Thanks!! :)

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Our family loves cooking bean packets over the fire for dinner. I love the easy clean up. We take Bush's original baked beans, hebrew national or oscar meyer hotdogs and then pile on various fixings. Some that we have are chopped bell pepper, pineapple, onion, mustard, ketchup, cheese, barbeque sauce and anything else you can think of. As always read the label to make sure ingredients have not changed! For smores we use hershey's chocolate, kraft marshmellows and I buy myself some gluten-free graham craker type of cookie. Not the same but close enough for me. I think you will find camping fairly easy.

Hez

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All gluten free of course but: pork and beans, hotdogs, instant rice, lunchmeat/cheese, eggs, corned beef hash, potatoes, jerkey, canned soup, dried fruit, nuts etc. the list is endless. It really comes down to how you are going to camp ie camper/tent/primative, and if you have a cooler or not.

My family and I just went on a two night camping trip. I did not want to be standing forever at the camp stove so I made a bunch of things up ahead of time to heat up in my sauce pan and small skillet. I cooked up some sausage patties and bacon and made up gluten free pancakes and packed them in a cooler. We took some bushes baked beans and cut up hotdogs for beans and weenies. We also packed up cheese and lunchmeat for quick lunches. I did take eggs and we scrambled them for breakfast both mornings. Except for the eggs everything was already cooked up and only needed reheated or assembled. It really cut down on time. I'm already planning the next trip! :)

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I was very recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease and am brand new at this gluten-free diet -- it's a huge learning curve! I am going camping with my husband and he knows even less than I do about label-reading! Can anyone recommend some good camping food to bring with us please??? gluten-free hot dogs anyone?? I read somewhere that Oscar Mayer Beef Hot Dogs are safe, does anyone know for sure?? Thanks!! :)

not sure about those but can tell you that the Grimm's products are clearly labeled gluten free and I haven't had a problem with those, Costco has them and I think I've seen some at Superstore/Loblaws.

Schnieder's (mostly at Overwaitea foods companies) products on the other hand I don't recommend, they seem to have gluten in almost everything <_<

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