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mbrookes

Jackson, Ms

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Jackson has a wealth of good restaurants, and all that I've tried have been very cooperative, but a few deserve special notice:

Sal and Phil's (New orleans style seafood) has a killer grilled redfish which they will do without coating in flour if you ask. The seasonings and sauce are safe.

Tony's Tamales uses only masa harina (corn) I have eaten them repeatedly with no bad effects. Try them at

Fat Tuesday's covered with chili and cheese. Fat Tuesday's red beans and rice is also gluten free.

Jerry's catfish (The big dome on Hwy 49 S) I have not eaten there but I stopped in and talked to the manager. Don't eat the hushpuppies, but the catfish and fries are safe.

The Mayflower (traditional Jackson) will grill or broil any of their fish without flour. If you remind them, they will clean off your corner of the grill.

There are more, and I will add them later as I make sure of my information. Happy eating, and y'all come down South for a visit!

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Hey Jackson, MS! I am in the Tupelo, MS area. Outback in Tupelo is VERY safe. The manager's daughter has Celiac, so he's very aware of gluten-free and cc. Do NOT eat at The Olive Garden in Tupelo. Thanks for the info!

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Thanks. I'll sure keep that in mind. One sad thing... no more Vanelli's Pizza for me, and I did love it!

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I currently live near Jackson MS and drive there 5 days a week for school. My child is 2 and has been diagnosed with celiac disease. She was having problems going to the bathroom and I got sick of upping her dose of miralax every time we went to the pediatrician. After talking to my GI specialist he recommended a GI pediatrician in the Jackson/Madison area. She was great! After a scope and some biopsies they said she was suspicious for celiac disease and she is lactose intolerant because of the disease. It is hard to find things that are gluten free without hidden gluten in them that my child will eat. Any suggestions?

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