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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Chocolate. as in a piece or two off a good dark chocolate

Mmm chocolate. Now THAT'S my definition of emergency food! :) :)

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So many great ideas from everyone. I feel like i finally have some options. I'm so tired of always eating the same thing. Thanks

Have you looked at this thread? There is also a breakfast and lunch one somewhere around here.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/75238-the-whats-for-dinner-tonight-chat/page-395#entry869192

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I am in love with Kind bars.  They're so good, and I can fit two of them in my purse at a time.  At this point, I've got a Kind bar stashed in my car, my laptop bag, my purse, and my desk at school.  They taste so good, and my students are always begging for a piece!  

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In my purse there's always Lara or Kind Bars.  Also small packets of tamari soy sauce.

 

At work I stash more bars, lays stax, Progresso Corn Chowder or Clam Chowder, Amy's gluten-free Frozen Entrees, Nutella (to spread on apples, or just eat by the spoonful!), and a box of Chex.

 

At home I stash most of the above, plus hummus and carrots, and dried fruit.  My problem is that some stuff I buy doesn't last long.  Like I can eat a whole bag of Glutino yogurt or chocolate covered pretzels in one setting.  It's a good thing their bags are smaller than the regular ones.

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Oooohhh my go-to's include:

 

-Kettle Brand Chips (Their Salt and Pepper chips are the best I've ever had. Barbecue ones are also delish!)

-Nut-thins crackers with peanut butter on them.

-Hummus and Sweet potato chips

-Late July chips

-Uber Bars

-Sahale Parmesan + Herbs almonds. (so amazingly delicious)

-Dole 100% Fruit Cups or fresh fruit

-Cheese Sticks

-Raisins 

-Snyder's of Hanover gluten-free Pretzels (Same price as their regular pretzels!!)

-Annie's Homegrown Fruit Snacks (I'm also a T1D so these are super handy to have as an on-the-go snack for low blood sugar!)

 

So basically my snacking needs are met by potatoes and nuts. 

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