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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Hey Jaywalker, I'm really sorry to hear about your glutening- I sympathise, having done basically the same thing with Alpro Soya today. I also know what a pain it can be to have to cook/eat on a shoe string, I hope things have picked up since 2011. I don't know if this is any good to you but, if vegetable oil is playing your stomach up, have you tried either: 1) Pure Sunflower spread? (Melt it like butter onto frying pan/whatever instead of oil), or 2) Alfa One Rice Bran Oil? They're both quite tasty- in fact, a non-coeliac friend told me that he recently started using the Rice Bran Oil instead of Olive Oil. Hope your situation picks up soon mate.