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  1. HI nuglugirl! are you still in evansville? i just started a celiac/gluten-free page on facebook..."celiacchicknewburgh". check it out, join in, friend me, and comment often! thanks, kristi

  2. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  3. Dear blondebombshell, Ortega is also safe. It is one I love. They adhere to a very strict labeling policy like Old El Paso. The last time I checked, all of their products were gluten-free. Daisy sour cream is safe if you can have dairy. The low-fat and fat-free versions are...
  4. Dear Elena, That is good it lasts a while! It is so odd how one store might carry something, and then another does not. I do not know why that is. We have some mainstream stores that do not carry things many of the same stores in other cities do. At our Super Wal-Mart, they do not always...
  5. Dear Julie, You are so welcome! They are delicious! Thai Kitchen and A Taste of Thai both make them. I think they are actually the same company, but go by different titles at times. Those will fill you up! Dear Elena, Choy Sun is the brand made by Lee Kum Kee. You...
  6. Dear Julie, Have you had Thai Kitchen's Peanut Noodles? They are delicious! They are very filling, tasty, and really hit the spot! I am almost always hungry. I really enjoyed these, because they taste great, and are keep me content for a while. Sincerely, ...
  7. Dear JustMeInMD, Thank you for sharing your recipe! I bought a huge cabbage I need to shred myself, when I could have bought the pre-shredded stuff! I know you have to be careful with those, because some may have cc issues unless they solely deal with produce. I am anxious to make Spring...
  8. Dear rajawali, Thank you for posting this! It is always good to have another confirmation! I need to get some of this stuff! There are so many things it would go great with! I need to look around for it. If I cannot find it locally, I know I can order it on Amazon! ...
  9. Dear runner girl, I read that Choy Sun is made by Lee Kum Kee, and safe. The site has not been updated, though. You may want to call and see if the sauce is still safe. Go to http://usa.lkk.com/Common/corporate/faq.aspx to find where I got the info. Also, if it is safe, you can...
  10. Hi. I am new to this site just 2nite.I have started a gluten free diet on 6-4 and just want to say WOW to your posts. I have seen a few and the LIST is aewsome. wanted u to know - and wanted to say thanks!!

    Shawna

  11. Dear gfp and Michi8, OMG gfp! Typhoid is horrible! I am so sorry you had to suffer with that. I will be sure to check out that information you mentioned. I understand it is necessary to use chlorine, but my concern is it is bad for my body. You see, I have difficulty...
  12. Dear RiceGuy, Thank you for posting the flour mixture info! I have that in a Word document now. It is important to have such an example. This helps when trying to come up with your own ratios! It can be very frustrating trying to put them together without something to give you a...
  13. Dear corinne, gfp, and RiceGuy, This is fascinating information! Thank you for the links, gfp! I know arsenic is present in our drinking water here. I doubt it is organic, though. We also have an abnormally high cancer rate in this area. I am worried right now, since our...
  14. Thanks for all your helpful posts. It's nice having a veteran around for us newbies.

  15. Dear corinne, This is interesting! I am glad you shared your expertise. Information such as this is not normally released to the public, although I feel it should be. It is fascinating that organic arsenic is not poisonous. Inorganic arsenic is what we need to worry about then....