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  1. Hmm.  Did the Japanese steak house have a gluten-free menu?  Do they cook their gluten-free steaks on a cleaned surface or the same surface as gluteny foods?  How about the spices they put on the food?  Are they gluten-free also?

    Another worthwhile question, do they even know what gluten is?  Any wheat, rye or barley or derivative such as malt?  Do they marinate their steaks in a gluteny mixture?

    All these are good reasons not to eat out when starting the gluten-free diet.

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  2. 6 hours ago, Ennis_TX said:

    Would have to use canned coconut milk and perhaps gelatin...I would say agar agar but that stuff is super expensive.
    NOTE I can not use "instant pudding" the stuff contains corn.....I am allergic to it and hte truck is Paleo.
    But Freezing coconut milk with sweetener into pops would be great, I could mix in Enjoy Life chips like your said for coconut chip pops.
    Now that I think about it a mix like  luvice, a bulk food service bag for say 2 gallons made will cost me $35- 4oz pops $2 each $128 so a $93 profit minus the cost for the sticks and labor to blend and pour http://luvicecream.com/nc-flavors/

    Sounds good.  I forgot to say I used chocolate flavored coconut milk also.  Kroger has their own line of it now.


  3. I've been making pudding pops with these molds from the river company.  They are quick and easy to make.  Might be a hit in  a warm place like Texas.  Get the instant pudding so you don't even have to heat the coconut milk up.   There are also sugar-free pudding mixes.   These molds would not work for a food truck.  You'd need to get ones that take wooden popsicle sticks instead.  I've used these with coconut milk and almond milk.  In the chocolate ones I dribbled in Enjoy Life choc chips too.  Not bad at all.  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000G32H3Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    So far I've made banana cream and chocolate and pistachio pops.  The pistachio ones made me sick so I don't do those anymore.

    I wouldn't mind eating there if there were gluten eaters working in it.  As long as they followed the rules KarenG suggested.


  4. What you are describing is called gastroparesis I think.  Basically the digestive process is somewhat frozen.  Causes can very.  But most likely there is some irritation to the digestive system that is causing it not to move normally.  When  this happened to me in the past I switched to my safe diet of only 5 foods.  Then after digestion recovered added one new food in a day.

    Have you checked the side affects of your meds to see if they include digestive symptoms?  Some meds can cause digestive problems.

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