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  1. I've turned to Coke because I'm not allowed other stuff, so I was like phew lol. Two or three bottles per day for me, I must get off the stuff
  2. Thanks for the tips . We are in Ireland so a lot of the products I have seen on here aren't available. But I will look out for that frozen bread stuff. We've got a rice cooker so I'm eating a lot of rice too! And a bread maker but we are yet to work out how to switch it on
  3. But I'll ask my silly question anyway Is Coke gluten-free? As in Coca Cola . I automatically presumed that it was but then I seen an ad for gluten-free energy drinks and was like , I've been drinking Red Bull and Coke all my life
  4. I have found gluten free pasta and spaghetti, but it all clumps together during cooking. Any suggestions?
  5. Hello everyone, my name's Emma. I'm 15 years old and in about May of this year I started getting a rash when I ate the majority of foods (the noted ones being bread and noodles ). I work in a pet shop and so I see many dogs with intolerances to gluten so this was one of the first things that came to mind. I've been a vegetarian since I was about 4 and so far this had never caused any problems, my diet had been healthy enough but I was really dependent on pasta, noodles and that sort of food. I haven't been diagnosed with celiac disease, because I'm literally terrified of needles, but basically when I don't eat gluten I don't have a rash, when I do eat it I get a rash, so you get the point. The doctor won't refer me to a dietician because I won't get bloods done, regardless of the fact that research I have done says that these tests are sometimes inconclusive. To be honest I'm finding it very difficult to stick to what I'm allowed and sometimes I'll see a really nice looking piece of proper bread or something and eat it . The gluten free bread is horrible. It's leaving me very weak and I'm picking up every illness going round, at the minute I'm lying in bed with a tummy bug. I'm missing a lot of school because of it . So does anyone have any advice on coping with it? And should I be taking supplements or anything? Emma.