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Emily T

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So I ordered Chinese tonight. Second day of no gluten. I ordered the rice noodles with curry and shrimp. My usual order involves egg drop soup doused in soy sauce. I opted out of the soup since they were unable to tell me if it had gluten in it. I know corn starch is a big ingredient used there, but still decided to forgo it. I didn't use any of the soy sauce even though it didn't mention anything gluten related, but it did say caramel coloring, which I thought I heard had gluten in it. Is anyone able to clarify this for me? Thanks in advance!

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Caramel color is gluten-free. Soy sauce usually (but not always) contains wheat. Corn starch is gluten-free.

Day two gluten-free? You are still healing. Reactions to gluten can be delayed, even once you are fully healed. Until your intestines heal, you may have reactions to any food, even though it is gluten-free.

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My husband and I are moving to Adelaide very soon. Can anyone recommend a gluten free chinese restuarant?

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My husband and I are moving to Adelaide very soon. Can anyone recommend a gluten free chinese restuarant?

I don't know where Adelaide is but PF Changs is a national chain that has a gluten-free menu. I use glutenfreeregistry.com for finding restaurants.

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I don't know where Adelaide is but PF Changs is a national chain that has a gluten-free menu. I use glutenfreeregistry.com for finding restaurants.

Thanks GlutenFreeManna. I'll give that website a try. Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, Australia.

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Thanks GlutenFreeManna. I'll give that website a try. Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, Australia.

Oh, well then that website may not help--I think it's mainly the US and Canada. Sorry. I know we have several people from Australia here so hopefully they will be able to help. Probably a good idea to make your own post however since the OP's post is just about Chinese restaurants in general. If you put Adelaide, Australia in the title of a new post you're more likely to get a good answer.

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