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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Well I went out and bought new plates, bowls, silverware, utensils, the works and its all in my own 2 cabinets, it probably is possible for me to move out right now, although it would be tough, but i am more than likely going to move out of state next year and i ddon't want to be locked into a lease when that time comes. So i can just hope for the best and hope this works out. They did flour again at work yesterday, i asked to go home because i can't be around when they are doing the flour up front, and he said ohh yeah i guess thats not good for you, so hopefully that might change to. But thank you for all your imput you have helped me so much!!!
  2. Oh thank you all, and it really is a safe place to eat, Ive really never had a problem at this Red Robin before, I worked at a different one in Idaho and I would break out in hives while at work.. but idk if that had anything to do with it. But at this one nothing until the flour portioning, I will definatly talk to one of my managers again and if they aren't willing to be aware of my health and safety then I guess its not the right job for me... I'm not much for all the stress and anxiety of it all anyways. But also, good point shayre, could part of it could be is im the only one in my house living gluten-free, i still live with my mom, step dad, and neice. the only thing we don't share is a toaster, i finally talked my mom into buying me a cheap one last weekend, she also brought me a few glass pots that were my grandmas. but the pans, the tubberware, bowls, plates, silverware counter tops. Are these things that could possibly be contaminating me to? I keep all my food seperate from every one, but no one is willing to be 100% with me, so its all over the place.
  3. Well I know I thought it was okay to but its just been more recently that they started doing it, when they do it they bring up a pretty decent sized thing of flour and portion it into little baggies, which I didn't think was bad, but the last couple times I have been doing something right by them, like getting food together etc, and Ive noticed who ever is portioning it dusts their hands and shirts off or accidently spill it and just dust that off, I've never have had problems, unless they are doing flour and I am near them. Today is the worst, like right now I can barley even focus on what I am writing, super sharp pains and I just want to go to bed. I feel awful.
  4. I started working at Red Robin before I was diagnosed, then after I found out about 6 months ago, I still continued to work there because I didn't think it was a problem, but then I read that flour can stay in the air for up to 72 hours? They portion flour up front all the time. I get really bad migraines and the stomach pains, if I'm there while there doing it. I noticed because they were doing it up front yesterday and today my head is killing me, I'm having sharp stomach pains and gas, but before I never really put 2 and 2 together until after I read that a couple days ago, I just thought I wasn't careful enough the days before or something so I having been keeping a food journal, and theres nothing contaminating. So should I try and find a new job where there is no possible cc?
  5. I actually deleted it after I got it, I usually do to save space... But basicly I asked if either the Crest Pro Health Toothpastes or mouthwashs had any gluten or wheat in them. They said about the toothpaste the ingredients used was gluten free but processed near a place that processes wheat. And the mouthwashs have traces of gluten in them. Sorry, I know not an official answer, next time I won't delete the info I get. I am just new to this website and sharing things, I got use to just looking it up for myself and deleting it.
  6. I was using Crest Pro Health toothpaste and Crest 3D whitening mouthwash, and I got an email back today saying that they were not gluten free...