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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Cheese Safe?
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I was reading somewhere that the wheel cheese they cut and velvetta is safe. I also read that blue cheese is not safe. Does anyone know off hand any others that aren't? Thank you.

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Cheese is safe, even blue cheese. I have found a couple of expensive specialty cheeses with beer - so those wouldn't be safe. Read the ingredients.

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I've always thought all cheeses were safe

And rightly so, although very rare exceptions do exist as Karen said.

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i eat the cabot cheeses that are labelled gluten and lactose free.

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I'm eating some motzerella as i read this lol Its fine in most cases :)

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Add some wheat flour to moist cheese and see what happens. It makes a hunky pasty stuck together mess. On the off chance some company would be stupid enough to " flour" shredded/ grated cheese - in the US & Canada and few more countries, it would have to be labelled as containing wheat.

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