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RSMinc

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Hello my name is Ryan and i live in Max Meadows Virginia. Im new to the celiac disease and am trying to figure this out. Im very friendly and would love any kind of advice :)

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Hi Ryan, I live in Hampton Roads. What are your questions?

Im just trying to figure out my whole diet thing. I know i need to avoid gluten in my diet. Just curious on what kinds of products i can eat ive basically been living off of rice and fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Hi Ryan, we are in Fauquier County, not sure where that is in relation to where you are but welcome. I'm rather new to this myself and seeking answers for me and my 2 year old son.

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Hi Ryan, we are in Fauquier County, not sure where that is in relation to where you are but welcome. I'm rather new to this myself and seeking answers for me and my 2 year old son.

And I used to fly with the Flying Circus in Bealton, many moons ago. :D Virginia was home for me, but now a bit south of the boarder.


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Well, just to help you quickly expand what you can eat, you can start by adding cheese, eggs, and meats, unless you're vegetarian or vegan. Virtually any plain raw meat in a store is gluten-free and can, of course, be cooked how you want it. Hot dogs are universally gluten-free in the U.S. as are virtually all sausages. Practically all deli meats are gluten-free. Find gluten-free pasta and make spag sauce or pour it from a jar.

Living in Max Meadows, if you want specialty gluten-free stuff I imagine you'll either have to order online or make sure to check out stores in other towns, such as Bristol. However, Kraft has a policy of clearly listing any gluten. And if you have a Kroger nearby they usually have at least a small section of gluten-free stuff.

richard

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