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I haven't told anyone at work about my new gluten free lifestyle, new life, unsick life - don't want the attention/comments/questions... We all ordered from Red Robin the other day and I just wrote on my order gluten free please...like it was no big deal.

I ordered a hamburger with bleu cheese. It came in a box, and I was IMPRESSED! No bun, and all the ingredients were each packed separately. It came with fries which I looked up online and decided not to eat them. (http://gfrestaurants.com)

Well, I took a bite of one and of course thought I felt a reaction, you know how silly our minds can get, but the burger was delicious and I was happy with everything they did. (http://gfrestaurants.com)

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I haven't told anyone at work about my new gluten free lifestyle, new life, unsick life - don't want the attention/comments/questions... We all ordered from Red Robin the other day and I just wrote on my order gluten free please...like it was no big deal.

I ordered a hamburger with bleu cheese. It came in a box, and I was IMPRESSED! No bun, and all the ingredients were each packed separately. It came with fries which I looked up online and decided not to eat them. (http://gfrestaurants.com)

Well, I took a bite of one and of course thought I felt a reaction, you know how silly our minds can get, but the burger was delicious and I was happy with everything they did. (http://gfrestaurants.com)

Forgive me please, if I am incorrect. I am new to Gluten-free diet, having been confirmed celiac on 4/30.

It is my understanding that some moldy cheeses, like Bleu and Roquefort are not gluten free, being that the mold is grown on wheat bread. See http://surefoodsliving.com/2007/12/is-blue-cheese-gluten-free/

Are you ordering from Red Robin in Larkspur?

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Forgive me please, if I am incorrect. I am new to Gluten-free diet, having been confirmed celiac on 4/30.

It is my understanding that some moldy cheeses, like Bleu and Roquefort are not gluten free, being that the mold is grown on wheat bread. See http://surefoodsliving.com/2007/12/is-blue-cheese-gluten-free/

Are you ordering from Red Robin in Larkspur?

Latest thinking is that blue cheese is safe.

http://www.examiner.com/x-15500-Denver-GlutenFree-Food-Examiner~y2009m7d12-In-depth-look-at-blue-cheese-and-gluten-free-status

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Actually, I eat bleu cheese Wishbone dressing, because it's the one I found that says gluten free on the label, so I figured that bleu cheese was safe :D

Yeah, I do fine eating bleu cheese!

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Actually, I eat bleu cheese Wishbone dressing, because it's the one I found that says gluten free on the label, so I figured that bleu cheese was safe :D

Yeah, I do fine eating bleu cheese!

This makes me very happy, as I really like bleu cheese and was going to miss having some now and then. :P

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It you let them know at Red Robin you want the gluten free frys they use a dedicated fyrer for them. That makes me so very happy :) My daughter is take me there today for my birthday lunch now if I can just find a mexican resturant in colorado springs to go to for dinner I will be really happy :P and do the happy dance. :D

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