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  1. We just got home from a week long trip with my 7 year old celiac daughter. From my experience I have found that it is a lot easier to find a grocery store than a celiac friendly restaurant. (It's also a lot less stressful than worrying about CC.) For lunch we would pick up gluten-free lunch meats, cheese, fruits and veggies. We kept a cooler full of ice with us while driving around to store left overs for later. I also purchased an inexpensive single electric burner so that we could cook our own food in the hotel and I think I'll buy a small microwave for our next trip as well. We ended up saving quite a bit of money on food also. Good Luck!
  2. Thanks! Sounds good, much better than the canned stuff I'm sure. We will have to give that a try!
  3. The ingredients are: Clam broth, potatoes, clams, soybean oil, water, celery, modified corn starch, contains less than 2% of: onions, salt, soy protein concentrate, cream, butter, sugar, sodium phosphates, artificial color, datem, lobster powder, shrimp, monosodium glutamate, corn syrup, crab powder, dried parsley, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate, onion powder, fish powder, tuna extract, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavor, spice, hydrolyzed corn protien, whey CONTAINS CLAM, MILK, SOY, LOBSTER, SHRIMP, CRAB, TUNA, COD AND FISH INGREDIENTS
  4. My daughter so wanted clam chowder today. I have read on here that Progresso will clearly list any source of gluten, so I picked up a can of Traditional New England Clam Chowder. Everything looked ok, but I have found several posts that say that the chunky is ok but the traditional is a no no. I tried calling Progress, but they are out for the weekend. Does anyone have a list of which soups are gluten free? Thanks!
  5. Hi thanks for responding, I think I've figured it out. There used to be a search through google box right at the top of the forum page (at least that's how it was one my computer) and it wasn't there today. But I figured out that I can still just perform the same search through google's site anyways. I've always used that box to search through the forums and was completely lost with out it.
  6. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong, but does anyone know what happened to the search through google feature? I've been using this forum to search for information for the last year (a big thank you to all of you out there!) and it seems like something had changed today. Any info would be greatly appreciated!