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Has anyone eaten Nature's Path Gluten Free waffles or Aldis Turkey roast ? If you did, were you ok or were you having symptoms of being glutened. I bought some Natures Path Gluten Free waffles and some other brand of gluten free corn dogs and later had the nasty kind of D that comes with being glutened.

I tried to look up online about Natures path and find out if they use shared equipment for any of their products but I will have to call back monday. The only other things I have eaten were glutino gluten free bagels which actually taste very good (8 dollars for five),turkey lunch meat that I know is okay because I have eaten it with no problems and fruit.

So if anyone knows for certain that this stuff is safe or if you have had a bad experience with them please reply. Aldi's is a pain in the rear to try and get information out of. You can't even call the store directly. How dumb is that?

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Has anyone eaten Nature's Path Gluten Free waffles or Aldis Turkey roast ? If you did, were you ok or were you having symptoms of being glutened. I bought some Natures Path Gluten Free waffles and some other brand of gluten free corn dogs and later had the nasty kind of D that comes with being glutened.

I tried to look up online about Natures path and find out if they use shared equipment for any of their products but I will have to call back monday. The only other things I have eaten were glutino gluten free bagels which actually taste very good (8 dollars for five),turkey lunch meat that I know is okay because I have eaten it with no problems and fruit.

So if anyone knows for certain that this stuff is safe or if you have had a bad experience with them please reply. Aldi's is a pain in the rear to try and get information out of. You can't even call the store directly. How dumb is that?

Try Pamala's Baking and Pancake Mix! I just made some pancakes with it and they were actually very good. I think next time I may try substituting some skim milk and put a tsp of the gluten-free vanilla in it. some gluten free stuff is nasty. I bought a loaf of flaxseed bread, that wasn't all that good at all! I found if i make grilled cheddar cheese sandwiches it kinda doctors the dryness of the bread.

It really ticks me off how expensive this gluten free stuff is! We are being taken advantage of for our disease we can't help we have!

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You can make some mean french toast with pamela's bread mix - highly recommend it if you miss starchy breakfast foods.

I agree that gluten free processed food is pricey, but the ingredients they make it with are pricey, too. I think it less about "taking advantage of" someone with a disease, and more an issue of the bottom line. These manufacturers have to make money too, and as this issue becomes more and more prevalent, the prices will probably go down as the demand gets stronger and more competition enters the market. These are healthier foods, for the most part, and often use much higher-end ingredients.

Stick with whole foods, when you can, and find a flour mix you like and buy it in bulk. It's much more reasonable that way.

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