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Jewish camps, schools struggle with dietary limitations

Heritage Florida Jewish News

Many Americans today tout the supposed health benefits of a gluten-free diet, but for sufferers of celiac disease—an estimated 1 percent of the population—avoiding gluten is not an issue of choice. Even a tiny amount of gluten can trigger a severe ...

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That is a copy of the same JTA story with the mistake about spelt, a member of the wheat family, being safe for a gluten free diet.

The problem with stories getting passed around the syndication circuit..... continues.

Kutz Camp always has a handful of campers with gluten sensitivity, according to Frey. Until this year, the camp would buy special food for them. This summer, as part of the new dining program, the entire camp is moving to gluten-free pastas, and the chef will begin baking spelt-based and rice breads.

http://heritagefl.com/2011/06/10/jewish-camps-schools-struggle-with-dietary-limitations/

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I sure hope no one goes to Kutz camp expecting that they know what gluten free means. Wow!

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