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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Mentions She Is Gluten-free

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on The View today (12/21/2006). They bring it up b/c people are always asking why she doesn't eat on the show. She does eat the candy they have today and she shows everyone b/c it is gluten-free. Rosie goes on to say that Elisabeth has a "gluten allergy".

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I saw it! I was wrapping gifts and almost fell off the chair.......she had gluten free cookies which Rosie said were great!

First we get beer, then a new gluten-free bread in Spain and now this! Christmas came early for me this year!

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Hi Kim :)

I just saw that (I recorded the opening to see if Rosie was going to talk about Donald Trump :ph34r: )

I notice that she was the one who made the candy--so I guess she's just like most of us, not eating something unless she makes it herself, or by someone she trusts. Smart, especially if you're doing it on TV :D

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I saw it! I was wrapping gifts and almost fell off the chair.......she had gluten free cookies which Rosie said were great!

First we get beer, then a new gluten-free bread in Spain and now this! Christmas came early for me this year!

I missed the cookie part!! I was wrapping gifts too and DS yelled to me that they were talking about gluten-free stuff!! LOL! I'll have to go back & watch that part.

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Hi Kim :)

I just saw that (I recorded the opening to see if Rosie was going to talk about Donald Trump :ph34r: )

I notice that she was the one who made the candy--so I guess she's just like most of us, not eating something unless she makes it herself, or by someone she trusts. Smart, especially if you're doing it on TV :D

Hi Patty.....love your avatar picture :) Too cute!

I am hesitant to eat things that others make too, unless it is my MIL (who takes this very seriously) or my Mom. My Dad (remarried) is making gluten-free stuffing for Christmas dinner (with bread that I gave him) and I am very nervous! LOL!

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She's mentioned it on there before, usually just in passing, including something about not giving her daughter gluten yet because she is so young.

Thanks for sharing!

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This info below was posted on list serv.......if the person who posted it gets a reply back from the university about getting the bread to the US, I'll post that here too. She e-mailed them yesterday. In many places in Spain you can get gluten free tapioca bread in restaurants...... That's why Spain is my next European destination.

The university link:

http://quiro.uab.es/_v_tecno_aliments/index.htm

The article link:

http://tinyurl.com/y8nxu6

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Saw the program too and it was the first time I actually heard them talk about it even at that length. It is a start. Now Rosie knows about it too. Poor thing, she just doesn't know when to keep quiet though. I am one of her biggest fans, but she should have kept quiet yesterday. Anyway, I hope that they keep mentioning that Elisabeth has a gluten intolerance. I think I will go on their site and say that we appreciate every mention tht we get. I had a REALLY hard time getting back into this site today. Happy Holidays, I have all of my baking done including gluten-free stuff for my MOM, granddaughter and I. When you are used to it, you just do it without thinking about it too much. I forgot to add Xanthun gum with the Bob's Red Mill Gluten Flour Mixture (which I use a exclusively in place of regular flour) in my cranberry bread, so it is a little dense, but otherwise good. The Xanthun gum really does make a difference.

Barbara

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