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Gluten-free Products You Have Tried And Liked

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I have been trying several products(gluten-free) of course. I have found that my favorite pancake syrup is gluten-free (Vermont Made)brand. I tried the 123 gluten-free Buckwheat pancakes mix is really good. The recipe makes about 12 nice size pancakes. The 123 Gluten-free poundcake mix is on the expensive side, but really very good! Salad dressings I like are DREW'S (the gluten-free ones. I'm going to have to ask GIANT to order that flaver I like the best the Raspberry Vinigrette, I had that during my recent hospital stay. Dr. SCHAR's pizza crusts are really pretty good also, you put your own sauce and cheese on it and bake it. Do you folks have any other suggestions of items you have tried and liked or didn't like?

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I have been trying several products(gluten-free) of course. I have found that my favorite pancake syrup is gluten-free (Vermont Made)brand. I tried the 123 gluten-free Buckwheat pancakes mix is really good. The recipe makes about 12 nice size pancakes. The 123 Gluten-free poundcake mix is on the expensive side, but really very good! Salad dressings I like are DREW'S (the gluten-free ones. I'm going to have to ask GIANT to order that flaver I like the best the Raspberry Vinigrette, I had that during my recent hospital stay. Dr. SCHAR's pizza crusts are really pretty good also, you put your own sauce and cheese on it and bake it. Do you folks have any other suggestions of items you have tried and liked or didn't like?

Udi's sandwich bread

Quinoa Pasta

Betty Crocker Brownie Mix

all delicious

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I like Pamela's bread mix and baking (pancake) mix. I also like all the Tinkyada pastas. There aren't many other products I buy. Kinnikinick pizza crusts are pretty good, but I don't eat them often.

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Kinnickinnick Italian breads and pizza crusts

Bakery on Main Granola

Betty Crocker Chocolate chip cookie mix, I add an extra egg and make them into bar cookies

Tom Sawyer Flour, great for stuff like scalloped potatoes

Pamelas baking mix

Gluten Free Pantries French Bread mix, great for deep dish pizza dough, and their Chocolate cake mix.

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Udi'd bread, white or multi grain, this bread you can eat without toasting

Schar's crackers and cookies, most of their products are great

Against the Grain's baguettes (satisfies my french bread craving), rolls (satisfies my croissant craving) and pizza crust

Bi-Aglut pasta, I think it's better than the rice based, this is corn based

Betty Crocker's chocolate chip cookie mix, haven't tried their cake and brownie ones yet

San-J's soy sauce or Braggs Amino Acid

Bob's Red Mill, do not like them at all

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Udi's products and Bob's Red Mill chocolate cake mix. If I like it, it must be fabulous because I am super picky. :)

I continue to eat gluten (gained 5 pounds :(), LOVE all the stuff I am eating and don't feel any different when on or off gluten. The terrible muscle pain and exhaustion continue after any little bit of physical labor. Lots of that white s@#^ keeps falling every day. I have a deal with a neighbor; he uses my snow blower on his drive and when he brings the machine back he does my drive. That's great, but I have to shovel and clear stairs between the house and the garage several times a day. The three Siberian huskies' kennel is an insulated room in the garage and currently, I have to go there every 6 hours to let my injured girl out to "do" and then she has to be locked inside her crate again. The poor baby has been on crate arrest since 12-14 when she somehow seriously damaged a paw. She has a bulky dressing on it that can't get wet so I have to wrap up her paw in plastic for every trip outside. I can't believe she hasn't gone crazy. She can't come in the house because Sibes like to eat cats. :(

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Here are things that I think taste like the real thing:

~Bob's Red Mill Homemade Wonderful Bread(comes in a mix, cook in oven or bread machine-easy, just mix egg, milk[can be real,rice,soy,etc] and water I believe) We add sunflower seeds, gluten free oats, quinoa flakes and flax to it, so it is pretty grainy and a lot like whole grain. I loooove looove loove this bread it is by far the best

~Mi-del Gluten free Ginger Snaps

~Van's Gluten free Waffles

~Amy's brands soupsa(0nly some are gluten free, it will say so on the back, if not, its not safe) and other Amy's products(Again, check to be sure it says gluten free)

~Schar--PASTA IS AMAZINGLY EXACTLY LIKE REAL PASTA

~I love "Envirokidz" cereals--Gorilla Munch,Leapin Lemurs,Panda Puffs, etc, never would of known they are gluten-free

Here are some I like or have grown used to:

~Corn Tortilla(check that its just corn, some mix real flower in)

~Tinkyada and Corn/Quinoa Pasta

~The Cravings Place brand makes good mixes for multiple allergies including celiac and they have brownie, muffin, cookie, etc mix and are all good.

Its pretty easy to find subs. I tend to not eat them a lot, im more of a fruit, veggie person. I eat lots of beans, nuts, seeds and veggies/fruits as my diet

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Tinkyada

Enjoy Life Trail Mixes

Cause Your Special Lemon Cake Mix

Betty Crocker Brownie Mix

Lara Bars....especially the Chocolate Mint

Gluten Free Pantry Pancake Mix

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Ooh-- I adore Dr. Lucy's cookies. Cinnamon crisp, sugar cookies, chocolate chip-- all good. But pricey at 4.50 a small box. gluten-free/ CF.

And Udis muffins and breads are surprisingly good. Real thing good. How do they do it??

Lifestream buckwheat waffles with little berries in them-- don't get as hard as those vans that tear up th roof of your mouth!

And of course, tings (cheetos without the cheese.)

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