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  1. I have not seen a bouillon that doesn't contain some form of MSG (yeast extract). I would think the Kosher and Middle Eastern versions would be your best bet.
  2. Lisa, are they frozen and you cook at home? I'm open to that too. Just couldn't quite tell if that's what you mean or if your store uses Perdue brand. I was hoping someone had information on Safeway. Safeway and Costco are really the only two chains we have in our area. I think there is...
  3. I see a lot of topics about gluten-free rotisserie chicken (the kind that is cooked in the deli and sold in paper bags) but I can't find a list anywhere. I know Costco is gluten-free and that Whole Foods does not contain gluten ingredients but carries a warning. Anyone know about Safeway and other...
  4. I keep basmatti, jasmine, brown, wild, short grain sushi rice, black/forbidden and red/bhutanese in my pantry.
  5. That's a good suggestion. I have 2 of her cookbooks and love them.
  6. I was a strict vegetarian for 14 years. I was gluten, dairy and soy free for 3 during that time. After 3 years or so I was able to tolerate a little dairy and am now ok with it. I generally avoid soy because it still bothers me but I can tolerate in small amounts. I choose to add meat back...
  7. Have you had him tested to know if he's allergic, lactose intolerant or casein intolerant? You can try So Delicious brand - it's dairy free: http://www.turtlemountain.com/products/product.php?p=so_delicious_cultured_coconut_milk_original Also this is a good article with a few suggestions for...
  8. Contact the Metro Atlanta Celiac group - they have a list of celiac specialists in the Atlanta area: http://www.gigofatlanta.com/
  9. I tend to agree. Haven't they always been a little 'reserved' when it comes to saying something is gluten-free or not?
  10. I used to make chebe with water all the time and it was ok. Never tried eggless though. Maybe one of these substitutes might work better than Ener-G. http://vegetarian.about.com/od/vegetarianvegan101/f/eggsubstitute.htm (I read somewhere that flaxseed meal works too)
  11. I'm not sure about the UK but gluten in toothpaste is not an issue in the US. This thread is 6 years old and I think there was a lot of discussion about Sensodyne toothpaste back when this thread originated - I'm not sure if it was every concretely proven to contain gluten. Celiacs have loads...
  12. I am pretty sure the spices are McCormick. I use the garlic powder and ground pepper without issue. Not sure about the minced onions.
  13. I don't think Costco keeps a gluten-free list. Most Kirkland products are just rebranded mainstream products so you'd have to know if the name brand is gluten-free. For example, Kirkland bacon is Hormel and gluten-free. If you have questions about specific products let us know and we can likely...
  14. I can name quite a few too! Pretty much anything made on shared lines gets me. Lay's potato chips (oh, how I do miss those!), canned tomatoes, and a gluten-free brand of coconut are a few items that seriously got me. It doesn't happen as much these days. I don't know if it's because I just don...
  15. So I am the odd one out because they don't agree with me at all. I've tried them at least 6 times and get the same pesky feeling for about 2 days. I am pretty darn sensitive and most grains don't agree with me - especially when processed to the level of Rice Chex so I'm not necessarily fingering...