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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi there!

 

Has anybody tried them yet?  I'm scared to death to put anything different in my mouth : )  It contains buckwheat flour now.

 

 

Thanks!

 

 

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I haven't tried the Snickerdoodles, but I LOVE their Crispy Sugar Cookies. They are great with a cup of tea or coffee... or by themselves.

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Oooohhh snickerdoodles... my favorite grocer just changed up their gluten-free section, I will have to see if these are there when I shop on Friday.  If they are, I will try them out and report back!  I really like their soft chocolate brownie cookies, but I try not to buy them as I destroy them in a few sittings.

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I have had them along with my dd and ds (ages 6 and 2) with no adverse reactions.  But everyone has different levels of sensitivity.

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Enjoy life is a reputable gluten-free company. I think we just had those for lunch here at the Celiac Symposium. I didn't like them before and they taste the same now. Lots of people loved them so I think it's just me.

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Enjoy life is a reputable gluten-free company. I think we just had those for lunch here at the Celiac Symposium. I didn't like them before and they taste the same now. Lots of people loved them so I think it's just me.

No, it's not just you...

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"Buckwheat has no relation to wheat, which makes it a safe alternative for anyone avoiding the gluten grains. In fact, like quinoa, buckwheat isn't even a grain- it's a seed related to rhubarb and sorrel. The health benefits of buckwheat are truly staggering: It's a rich source of fiber, magnesium, all eight essential amino acids, and even protein. Buckwheat also contains an antioxidant called rutin, a flavonoid that can lower the risk of developing high cholesterol and high blood pressure, as well as chiro-inositol, which drives carbohydrates into your muscles without raising insulin levels. As always...check that it hasn't been grown and processed near wheat".

This information was taken from a book that I have on Gluten Free. I'm not sure if the title can be mentioned, so for now I will leave it at that...unknown. I am new for this site and I'm not sure what can be mentioned or not. I wish that these informative items could be mentioned as to it could give aid to others. Hope this information has helped.

I personally do use Buckwheat, and have not had any problems.

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"Buckwheat has no relation to wheat, which makes it a safe alternative for anyone avoiding the gluten grains. In fact, like quinoa, buckwheat isn't even a grain- it's a seed related to rhubarb and sorrel. The health benefits of buckwheat are truly staggering: It's a rich source of fiber, magnesium, all eight essential amino acids, and even protein. Buckwheat also contains an antioxidant called rutin, a flavonoid that can lower the risk of developing high cholesterol and high blood pressure, as well as chiro-inositol, which drives carbohydrates into your muscles without raising insulin levels. As always...check that it hasn't been grown and processed near wheat".

This information was taken from a book that I have on Gluten Free. I'm not sure if the title can be mentioned, so for now I will leave it at that...unknown. I am new for this site and I'm not sure what can be mentioned or not. I wish that these informative items could be mentioned as to it could give aid to others. Hope this information has helped.

I personally do use Buckwheat, and have not had any problems.

Yes. Buckwheat is gluten-free.

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I haven't tried the Snickerdoodles, but I LOVE their Crispy Sugar Cookies. They are great with a cup of tea or coffee... or by themselves.

I have these almost every day with my tea! So good

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I picked up my first package of Enjoy Life Crispy Sugar Cookies.  OMG ...  NOM NOM NOM :D

 

Colleen

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Enjoy life also caters to allergen free above and beyond gluten.  They have recently "tweeked" some products and really improved them!  I tried the improved soft chocolate chip cookies, and I will eat them again if I don't have time to make some.

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I finally tried the snickerdoodles. While they taste NOTHING like a real snickerdoodle, they are OK. I still prefer the crispy sugar cookies. By the way, gluten-free flour works fine in making homemade snickerdoodles. I use Cup-4-Cup.

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