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  1. Word of warning- I reacted (was glutened) to Betty Crocker Frosting that was supposedly "gluten free". I'll never stray from either homemade or Cherrybrook Farms again.
  2. I get severe, pretty much all day panic attacks the second day after being glutened, along with a migraine and muscle aches; all three last for two days. The brain fog lasts for nearly a week. I'm not sure how much of the panic is a reaction to the gluten or the sudden withdrawal from it; either way, it's a sure sign that I've been glutened (as if the first day symptoms of severe stomach pain and vomiting weren't indicators enough).
  3. I reacted to the Daura.
  4. Whole Foods in Cambridge sells beer; their Bard's is good, I hated the Green's and the new Pale Ales. Also, I reacted to Daura Estrella.
  5. I'd avoid the Daura. I learned the hard way- definitely glutened from this one.
  6. Supposedly, it is. On the forums, some people say they reacted, some didn't. I definitely, definitely did. Take your own chances, I suppose (though I certainly won't be doing that again).
  7. Me, too. I will never, ever touch Daura Beer again. Definitely glutened.
  8. Did you see for yourself? I tried that. I got wretchedly sick. Definitely glutened by Daura Beer. It's extremely obvious when I am glutened... did you react?
  9. DAURA BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned.
  10. I'm so glad you shared this! DAURA BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Maybe this is why.
  11. DAURA BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned.
  12. THIS BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned.
  13. THIS BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned. Try Bard's instead- it's actually good.
  14. THIS BEER MADE ME SO SICK. Definitely, definitely glutened. Consider yourself warned. Try Bard's instead- it's actually good.