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I have been jonesing for ice cream lately. Must be spring. DQ said the soft serve is gluten free but I need gooey and nutty. So I wrote to Hagen-Daz. Here is the responce for anyone who is feeling the same way.

April 12, 2005

Thank you for your email requesting nutritional information on

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They're sending coupons and everything! That's too cool! I've been using Breyers. Haven't checked the gooey stuff. But I figure, with it being all natural, there's no guessing what the ingredients are. Does anybody know anything about Breyers that I should be aware of?

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I eat mostly Haagen-Dazs....also if you go to Edys website and go to flavor finder, then you can choose "gluten free" as an option you want and get the gluten-free list.

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Just sat down last night with a pint and me and my boyfriend just polished off the entire thing!!! I understand the craving, must be spring B) . But it was the Haagen-Dazs and I had no reaction!

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You can also have the Turkey Hill Premium ice creams. And the hot fudge sundae at MickeyD's is glutenfree. It's even diet ice cream I just found out. Hm! :rolleyes: And at the moment they have this special offer 2 for 2 dollars. At least here in PA...

Hugs, Stef

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Ice cream is great, but I'm having lactose issues right now so I've switched to popsicles. But, Edy's/Breyers fruit bars are getting old. The Good Humor popsicles list natural and artificial flavors in their ingredient list, but won't disclose the source. Does anyone know if the Popsicle brand (by Good Humor) are o.k.? What about brands?

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I never ate them before, but on the Sholland-List it says:

Breyers/Good Humor Popsicle Ice Pops - all fruit flavors; No Sugar added Popsicle Ice Pops

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hthorvald--I'm also lactose intolerant, and Breyer's lactose free vanilla is wonderful. I haven't eaten it since going gluten-free, but Breyer's will not hide any gluten, and from what I've been told, it looks to be gluten-free--another option besides popsicles, which do get tiresome!

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Breyers, Good Humor, Popsicle will not hide any gluten at all so just read their lables and they will tell you

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Thanks for the info. What's a Sholland List?

Helen.

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This is great information thanks! I love ice cream!

Can I ask how everyone put their information to appear at the bottom of their messages? I have a feeling this place is going to become a second home for me while I'm online and want to share some more information about me as well.

Thanks

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Go here: http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?act=UserCP&CODE=22

or as Kaiti said, to "My Controls" and then "edit signature". If you want to use any colors or bold font, etc, I would advise you to not click once, type and try to close them all correctly. Just highlight what you want to make..say, red, and then choose the color. Also keep in mind that if you do that there will be all this weird code, but that should be removed when you update it.

If you need any help let us know here or post under the technical section :)

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