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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Greetings!

I hope everyone is doing well.

I'm a hugh fan of A 1 steak sauce and and even hugher fan(actually a freak) for Doritoes. I have found gluten free corn chips and they are wonderful, but I do miss my salsa flavored doritoes and A1 for my steak when I have it. I found Mr. Spice, but I would really appreciate anyone who would have a recipe for something that tastes close to A1 or a recommended gluten free over the counter product.

As for the corn chips, I have a microwave chip maker and I do like it, I purchased it at Big lots and unfortunately it didn't have the recipe booklet with it. I've made plenty of plain corn toritilla chips-great and potatoe chips-great too, but now that I'm gluten-free would like to make my own flavored kind. Does anyone else have this? If so, do you have gluten free seasoning recipes? Please share if you do.

Have a great day!

Christine

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Hi Christine,

I have 2 children with celiac and my husband is in the process of being diagnosed. I have been searching for snack foods for that my kids had previously enjoyed. There are several varities of doritos that are safe, but of course, please check the labels as ingredients can change: Dorito's 3D, Ranch mini, Jalapeno cheddar, nacho cheese, zesty ranch, 4 cheese, ranchero, salsa cerde. For the steak sauce, check the Shaw's steak sauce and also Lea & Perrins (800-987-4674). We use the Pace brand of salsa and the kids love it. I hope this helps.

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Oh my goodness, this is wonderful news, however, I have heard that about the Doritos, WOOO HOOO. I was just afraid. I will read those lables. Have you tried the Doritos Naturals, again I know to read the lable, but wonder if they are better at being gluten free. I will check out the Shaws, I'm happy to see more.

Thank you for the great response.

Have a great and healthy day!

Christina

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Christina,

Glad that I could help! :D I have not tried the Doritos Naturals. When I first started on the gluten free venture with our son, I felt extremely overwhelmed as I had no clue what to feed him and felt I had to purchase all food from the health food store, which of course can be extremely costly. It is great to find out items that are gluten-free that you can purchase at the grocery store. I'm still expanding my list as our daughter has just been diagnosed, plus she has a peanut allergy. My mom, who just retired, makes all of my baked goods, cookies, cakes, breads for me. She said she needed a hobby and she loves to bake. I told her she should open up a gluten-free bakery as her cakes are awesome! You can't even tell a difference. If you come up with more things you need ideas on, let me know. I think these message boards are a great source of assistance! Take care.

Mom 2 2 celiac children

Pamela

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I eat the Dorito's Salsa Verde flavored chips and I have not had a reaction to them. Some of the seasoned chips have wheat or milk in the flavorings, but they will list them on the ingredients/allergen part of the label. It will say something like Contains Wheat or Contains Milk.

I have A-1 steak sauce as being gluten free on my lists. If it is not will somebody clarify why. I don't currently have any on my shelves so I can't read the label. I have some Lea & Perrin's steak sauce and it appears to be gluten-free.

God bless,

Mariann

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Read those Doritos labels closely! The Nacho Cheesier and the Four Cheese Doritos that I have read all listed wheat flour towards the middle to the end of the ingredients label.

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I've called A1 at least twice to clarify their gluten-free status, and both times they confirned they are gluten-free.

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Thank you so much for the input! I have tried to get a hold of A1 with no luck. It doesn't appear there is gluten from the ingrediants listing. Thank you gillian502 for your hard work, I'm glad you got in touch with them. This is great!

Also I read the ingrediants and also found on the Frito-lay list that Doritoes baked Ranch Flavor is gluten free, however they do put that warning at the end of the list that their products are made on the same machines as wheat products, but they wash after each batch. To tell you the truth I did try those and did not have a reaction. But I will keep a close watch on that ingrediants list!

Thank you everyone.

Have a great day!

Christina

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