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Hi I'm new to this celiac disease and I'm just not understanding it to well. Like it even talks about shampoo and I have to buy another toaster just for me, like baking soda and other things that really don't have to do with eating, My Dr. really didn't tell me anything just to start a gluten free diet, that to me means just food. Like I can't even have a sandwich from Ham, or other meats to eat on a sandwich. so I really just don't know what to eat and what not to eat except for flour and anything that has gluten in it, well that is just about everything. And vegetables, I even have to watch that to, who knows what to eat? I bought this book that is Gluten-free grocery shopping guild by Matison and Matison I don't even know what wither to trust it or not, don't understand why we have to buy some many different flours,Any help you can give me , Please do.

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<Got glutened by handling a dog biscuit containing wheat. The personal care products I believe are mainly just because of how easy it really is for things to wind up in our mouths without actually meaning to eat it. All vegetables are safe, eat as much of them as you wish. Gluten comes in wheat barley AND rye so basically anything with these products in them is off limits.

A very common hiding place for gluten is in natural flavors, natural seasoning and emulsifiers. Any of those can be found in some deli meats and so thats why they are mentioned. All Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses are gluten free and your supermarket would be able to inform you if their house brand is gluten free as well. The sandwich would still kinda be out of the question though unless you're eating it on special gluten free bread since bread is a wheat product.

The many different types of flours are there because they all provide a slightly different body based on the types of proteins and their balance of different starches. They also provide different type and strength of flavors so they're not all all-purpose and you have to mix and match to get the perfect sort of blend down. This might be a bit advanced though for someone just starting out on the diet and who maybe doesn't have strong culinary skills.

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<Got glutened by handling a dog biscuit containing wheat. The personal care products I believe are mainly just because of how easy it really is for things to wind up in our mouths without actually meaning to eat it. All vegetables are safe, eat as much of them as you wish. Gluten comes in wheat barley AND rye so basically anything with these products in them is off limits.

A very common hiding place for gluten is in natural flavors, natural seasoning and emulsifiers. Any of those can be found in some deli meats and so thats why they are mentioned. All Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses are gluten free and your supermarket would be able to inform you if their house brand is gluten free as well. The sandwich would still kinda be out of the question though unless you're eating it on special gluten free bread since bread is a wheat product.

The many different types of flours are there because they all provide a slightly different body based on the types of proteins and their balance of different starches. They also provide different type and strength of flavors so they're not all all-purpose and you have to mix and match to get the perfect sort of blend down. This might be a bit advanced though for someone just starting out on the diet and who maybe doesn't have strong culinary skills.

I do have culinary skill or at least some, I use to make mine own bread when I was younger, so what you are saying it that I need to just try the different flours to fine one mixer that I like? Thanks for you explaining it to me. I guess I just need to try thing and see. I was just didn't want to buy all these different thing and not be able to use them. They are so high in cost and I have to drive over a hour to a store for them. any help on which one taste better together would help!

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