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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Those of you that are nightshade free, do you have a gluten-free bread you can eat? I'm still bloating like crazy, so I thought I'd try this until testing for food allergies. I'm already dairy free.

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Those of you that are nightshade free, do you have a gluten-free bread you can eat? I'm still bloating like crazy, so I thought I'd try this until testing for food allergies. I'm already dairy free.

I have to look for bread without soy and potato starch, and there's not much tasty out there. But I do seem to recall some that have soy and no potato, if you do soy that is. Sorry I can't help with specifics. I make my own :)

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Glutino fiber bread is potato free and dairy free. They do have a warning about traces of soy though. So far it hasn't botherer me but I don;t eat a lot of it either.

Food for Life Brown Rice Bread is dairy, soy, and potato free.

Food for Life brown rice wraps are what I eat mostly or Mission corn tortillas.

Kinickkinick has some hamburger buns that are potato dairy and soy free. But their English muffins which look similar and are packed similar have potato in them. The birds do like the English muffins though.

If you are doing nightshade free also watch out for peppers and tomatoes.

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Those of you that are nightshade free, do you have a gluten-free bread you can eat? I'm still bloating like crazy, so I thought I'd try this until testing for food allergies. I'm already dairy free.

im likin this one right now->

http://www.foodforlife.com/procart_catalog/index.cfm?ProductID=24&do=detail

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Thanks everyone! I found out by my food diary I felt not so good with tomato, I don't find potato so bad though. I've never been able to eat peppers without gastro problems. I also find out that I think I am sensitive with brown rice. I am hoping white is alright going to try that soon. I'm going to try this bread, thanks! I haven't progressed into baking yet, but look forward to it!

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