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Gfcf Cheese Substitute Recommendations Wanted

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I found a good gluten-free/ not sure if it is casien free, but it did say dairy free(sorry I don't know all the hidden forms of casien) frozen treat. They are Phillyswirls Italian Ice stix. Here are the ingredients- WAter, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Natural and Artifical flavors, Banana Puree, Rasberry juice Conc, Orange juice conc, Satbilizer (Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Cirtate, guar Gum, Pectin) Citric Acid, ascorbic Acid, Red #40, Yellow #5,6, Blue #1. They are very tasty. there website is www.phillyswirl.com.

I know it isn't ice cream, but it might help take the edge off the craving.

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Philly Swirls are dairy free and all of their products are gluten free except the sandwich type treats...

God bless,

Mariann

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Does anyone know what all yeast sensitivities means from Great Smokies? I had purchased the Uncheese Cookbook before I realized that almost all recipes call for nutitional yeast. Is nutritional yeast the same as what is referred to on that test? I'm lost!

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ok, I just saw an ad in the brand new Living Without magazine for Soyco Vegan Cheese substitutes and it says casein/dairy free, gluten free, trans fat free, cholesterol free... I don't know if this means that they are gluten and casein free or if there are some that are gluten free and some that are casein free...

it says Vegan singles ... anyway, check em out and maybe there is something there.

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I am pretty sure that kraft shredded 2% cheddar is gluten-free as well as lactose free. Double check me though. :unsure:

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There are lactose free choices of cheese available at most stores, and many are also gluten-free, but if you need to be casein free none of the regular cheeses made from cows milk or goats milk are going to be safe for you.

God bless,

Mariann

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ok, I just saw an ad in the brand new Living Without magazine for Soyco Vegan Cheese substitutes and it says casein/dairy free, gluten free, trans fat free, cholesterol free... I don't know if this means that they are gluten and casein free or if there are some that are gluten free and some that are casein free...

it says Vegan singles ...  anyway, check em out and maybe there is something there.

Warning!!

I tried these and they are pure nasty. Blech! Nothing like real cheese. Gross. Bad. Yuck. (etc.)

Maybe you will like them but don't get your hopes up!

- Michelle :wub:

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LOL Michelle! That reminds me of MY reaction to Chreese now THAT stuff is NASTY!!!

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