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Caution With Pillsbury Gluten Free Dough ( Pizza )

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Please use caution if you try Pillsbury Gluten Free Dough for pizza. I follow my gluten free diet 100% after 2 1/2 years  with Celiac disease. It smelled sourbut I thought it was just the yeast smell and after eating only 1 slice I couldn't leave the house for 2 days due to bathroom problems. I was very sick abd even my big Choc Lab wouldn't eat the crust. I have written Pillsbury and The Celiac Foundation. ( I use other gluten free pre-made crusts and have 3 pizza shops in town that serve gluten free and have no problem )

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Please use caution if you try Pillsbury Gluten Free Dough for pizza. I follow my gluten free diet 100% after 2 1/2 years  with Celiac disease. It smelled sourbut I thought it was just the yeast smell and after eating only 1 slice I couldn't leave the house for 2 days due to bathroom problems. I was very sick abd even my big Choc Lab wouldn't eat the crust. I have written Pillsbury and The Celiac Foundation. ( I use other gluten free pre-made crusts and have 3 pizza shops in town that serve gluten free and have no problem )

It could just have been that you got a bad batch. It happens sometimes :/

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There are eggs in the dough.  (So it won't be eaten at our house)  It is sold from the refridgerated section.  The egg product may not have been handled properly and lead to your tummy problems.

 

I don't know how many times I have spotted people deciding not to buy an item and just put it down randomly in the store.  I don't think employees are supposed to put it back for sale in the shelves, but I think they do.

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I had no issues with it. I have noticed it has a very short refrigerated shelf- life.

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i only tried it once and had no problem - and being it has soy <and soy hates me) i was expecting to have issues.  but i did not.  maybe you did just get a bad batch or something that wasn't kept refrigerated.  

 

i have a container of it in the friger.......  lurking..........   <_<

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I have learned that if a food smells bad, don't eat it. This frequently has nothing to do with gluten. Many foods can go bad, and they frequently warn you with an "off" odor.

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mleh - i made more of the pizza with pillsbury crust and it was fine.  again.  the op of this thread evidently showed up, made one post and hasn't been back since.  they must have picked up one that went 'bad' - so far nobody else has had trouble with this product that i know of.  i started a thread about it a while back and everybody on it seemed to do ok :)

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I was thinking of getting some and making some bread sticks with it... I still will :) I will check the date and make sure I get a good one :) 

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