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  1. I just got off the phone with a Log Cabin representative and she said that all Log Cabin syrups are now gluten free. They also clean the lines between products so there should be very minimal cross contamination.
  2. I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available: On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote: Dear Consumer, The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility. Corporate Consumer Affairs B&G Foods, Inc.
  3. I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available: On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote: Dear Consumer, The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility. Corporate Consumer Affairs B&G Foods, Inc.
  4. I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available: On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote: Dear Consumer, The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility. Corporate Consumer Affairs B&G Foods, Inc.
  5. I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available: On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote: Dear Consumer, The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility. Corporate Consumer Affairs B&G Foods, Inc.
  6. I recently contacted B&G Foods (the manufacturer for Emeril's Stocks) and thought I'd give an update on threads mentioning them so we can have more recent information available: On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:27 AM, "CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com" <CorporateConsumerAffairs@bgfoods.com> wrote: Dear Consumer, The Emeril's Organic Chicken stock does not contain gluten. However, Emeril's Organic Stocks are produced in facilities that contain wheat and gluten ingredients. While every precaution is taken to avoid cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that they do not contain trace amounts of these ingredients from other products that are manufactured within the same manufacturing facility. Corporate Consumer Affairs B&G Foods, Inc.
  7. I just emailed them about Cask & Cream Chocolate Temptation and here is their response: On Wednesday, November 19, 2014 1:26 AM, "Consumerrelations@caskandcream.com" <Consumerrelations@caskandcream.com> wrote: Dear Mrs. Nelson, Thank you for contacting us regarding Cask & Cream®. We appreciate the opportunity to respond to your inquiry. All wines and spirits such as (Cask & Cream) produced by E. & J. Gallo Winery in the United States are in compliance with the Food and Drug Administration’s current proposed rule defining the term “gluten-free”, which means the products contain less than 20 parts per million of gluten. We hope this information is helpful and appreciate you giving us this opportunity to answer your question. We hope you will continue to enjoy our products for many more years to come. Sincerely Cask & Cream® Consumer Services Representative Case ID#: 1181300 If you respond, click on "reply" without changing the subject header of this email.
  8. Hello RiceGuy, I would love to see your recipe for hearty, starch-free bread. Laura
  9. I for one will definitely take the pill at least on special or rare occassions. I'm not really having any trouble with the gluten free diet but it would be nice not to have to worry when traveling or dining out. As for the issue with Lactaid, I know quite a few people taking Lactaid and they seem to have no problems when taken before eating.
  10. I love the Trader Joe's Gluten Free Ginger Snaps. Before going gluten-free I was never into ginger snaps but lately I love them. Although I love the Trader Joe ones, my favorite is still the Midel Cinnamon Snaps. I wish Trader Joe's would start making Cinnamon Snaps as well. As for the Enjoy Life Snickerdoodles, I thought they had an odd taste to them, though they were better than the chocolate chip cookies I tried at the same time. Suffice to say, I haven't bought them since the first time I tried them (November 2007) as I didn't find they were worth the money.
  11. I've used coconut flour in the cookie recipe on Bob's Reb Mill site, which I have included below, and it turned out fantastic. It has become my favorite cookie recipe. INGREDIENTS: 1 c. Sugar 1/2 c. Margarine (Non-hydrogenated) 1/3 c. Soymilk 2 tsp. Vanilla 3/4 c. White Rice Flour 1/3 c. Organic Coconut Flour 2 Tbsp. Potato Starch 1/2 tsp. Baking Powder 1/2 tsp. Baking Soda 1/2 c. Almonds (Sliced) Preheat oven to 350
  12. Thanks for posting this recipe. They turned out tasting yummy but maybe a bit sweeter than they should be. I used brown rice syrup and a bit of honey instead of maple syrup/corn syrup. I cut them while they were still warm and they just crumbled when I tried to pick one up so I waited to let them cool before picking up another one. Once they were cool they held together much better. Did everyone have the same issue? I wasn't sure if I melted the sugar, butter and syrup mixture enough. Thanks again for a great recipe. -Laura
  13. Really?! I'm quite suprised. I have been to many different Trader Joes stores in Chicago and California and have had so much help. They have a list of all the gluten free items in their store and I have not reacted to any of their listed products (granted I believe I am only a mild sufferer as not everything sets me off). The first time I walked into a TJ's after being diagnosed, one of the guys stocking the shelves suggested the quinoa (which I had never heard of but picked up and tried, and loved it) and got me one of the lists when I told him I had to remain on a gluten free diet. The EnviroKidz Cereals are cheaper there than the health food stores and the sausages that are gluten free are also better tasting and cheaper than equivelants at the regular grocery store. The Trader Joe's requires the manufacturers of their brand name products to be careful about cross contamination when manufacturing their products but often times that only includes cleaning the equipment between runs of gluten containing foods and gluten-free foods. They are also required to list if the product was manufactured on equipment that manufactures products with wheat. I have also had their granola, which is great.
  14. I know which one you are talking about. Its something like "Coconut Lover's Cookbook" by Dr. Bruce Fife. I tried the yellow cake and it had like 9 eggs for a 8 x 8 square sized cake. I used butter to grease the pan and it came out tasting like a donut (fried on the outside) and then in the center it tasted like eggs. I think I didn't mix it well enough. So if you would like to try the recipe, my advise is to learn from my mistakes and mix it well and don't grease the pan with butter unless you flour it as well.
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