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Gluten In Eggs?

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In the olden days (before going gluten free) I use to toss pheasant breasts, a can of cream of mushroom soup and a can of mushrooms into a crock-pot. Everyone loved it.

Gave some to friends to take home. Their ds ate this, went right into anaphylactic shock (he's fine, they had their epi-pen). He's allegic to soy.

We looked everything over that I had used to cook this meal. Nothing contained soy. Being a nurse I started asking the guys where they had shot the pheasants this time. Yep, over at one of the farms who was growing soybeans instead of corn that year.

This wasn't the first time he had eaten this recipe. Wasn't the first time he had pheasant but it was the first time the guys had hunted in the soy fields.

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Has anyone noticed that if they eat free-range eggs they get a reaction, but not to regular store-bought eggs? (If this has already been discussed here, I apologize -- haven't read the entire thread.)

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In the olden days (before going gluten free) I use to toss pheasant breasts, a can of cream of mushroom soup and a can of mushrooms into a crock-pot. Everyone loved it.

Gave some to friends to take home. Their ds ate this, went right into anaphylactic shock (he's fine, they had their epi-pen). He's allegic to soy.

We looked everything over that I had used to cook this meal. Nothing contained soy. Being a nurse I started asking the guys where they had shot the pheasants this time. Yep, over at one of the farms who was growing soybeans instead of corn that year.

This wasn't the first time he had eaten this recipe. Wasn't the first time he had pheasant but it was the first time the guys had hunted in the soy fields.

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Has anyone noticed that if they eat free-range eggs they get a reaction, but not to regular store-bought eggs? (If this has already been discussed here, I apologize -- haven't read the entire thread.)

I always overcook my eggs when I scramble them, and being egg proteins denature at a relatively low temperature, 176 degrees, I would figure they would become safe from protein reactions.

Even when I use an egg in my Gluten-Free pancake mix, I cook the pancakes thoroughly by using a cover on the frying pan.

P.S., I love banana pancakes!

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I have no specific study as to gluten in eggs and, personally, I don't require one. I know that no celiac expert or organization in the world lists eggs as a danger for gluten and I know that celiacs all over the world eat eggs regularly. That's all the proof I need. Being gluten-free can be difficult enough without making up imaginary sources of gluten.

richard

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richard,

Thanks for this mornings first laugh. Living with such certainties :lol:

Being gluten-free can be difficult enough without making up imaginary sources of gluten.

Fear based blindness is why so many people currently suffer. Speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil.

It still would be nice to have a definitive ya or nay based on actual research.

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