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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Most gummy snacks are gluten-free. Check ingredients though because I know a few contain modified food starch-especially the store brands. Also, watch out for the rippers or anything licorice-like uses wheat starch to prevent sticking. Fruit rolls are almost all gluten-free. Good luck.
  2. Logans Roadhouse

    The burgers minus the bun seem to be fine. The chef told me 100% beef. Good luck.
  3. Gf Restaurants In Texas

    These are Dallas area restaurants with gluten-free menus but they are probably in Austin as well. Boston Market, Pei Wei (very helpful), Spring Creek BBQ (entire restaurant gluten-free except rolls and cobbler), Don Pablo's, Bennigan's, Dickey's BBQ, Subway, Chick-fil-a, Jinbeh, Kobe's. Also, Royal Carribean cruise line out of Galveston was amazingly accomodating to the gluten-free diet. Food was amazing. They even made us gluten-free bread, which was delicious. Above and beyond- I highly recommend. Good luck.
  4. Safe Restaurants

    PF Changs has been a great restaurant to work with on gluten-free selections- as is Pei Wei. Boston Market has a gluten-free menu. Taco Bell crunchy taco's are gluten-free- not sauces. All foods at Spring Creek BBQ are gluten-free. Bennigan's also has a gluten-free menu. Also, if you are ever looking for a fun vacation Royal Carribean cruise line was amazing. We had several entrees to choose from at each meal with the approriate gluten-free modifications. Absolutely delicious! They even made us gluten-free bread, which my daughter swears is the best bread she has ever had. They went over the top appeasing us and we never got sick-not even once. Best of luck.