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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I usually just use a prepackaged gluten free mix when I make things usually Namaste mixes. Unfortunately, I just found out after having MRT testing that i have a sensitivity for tapioca -- which is listed in every flour blend I have seen, meaning what I will have to start blending my own...eek! If anyone has a good gluten/dairy/soy(allergic)/coconut(allergic) /buckwheat (allergic)/tapioca free blend ideas it would be most helpful! Thanks!
  2. I can't wait to try Rudi's tortilas. I used to eat (and by eat i mean force down the Food for Life ones...bizarre texture, dry and hard)So I have high hopes for Rudi's since I like all their other products. I've been looking in Whole Foods but they aren't carrying them yet. A small local gluten free store will have the spinach and regular in on 4/10 - can't wait! We go camping 3 days from then and they will be great to take with us, especially for on the go lunches.
  3. Any thoughts/opinions would be helpful. I have been gluten/dairy/soy free for 6 years. Enterolab test came back positive for gluten intolerance and celiac/gluten intolerant genes. Also tested high for casein intolerance 34 (should be less than 10). I am allergic, carry an epi pen for soy. I have been thinking lately about reintroducing dairy into my diet though I have mixed feelings about it. I was surprised when the test results came back positive for casein intolerance. I knew I was lactose intolerant, but never had any other issues with it.