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  1. Yeah vodkas usually safe thats what I usually drink. I'm not 100% sure if all vodkas are gluten free but I know most are. Smirinov is for sure so I just stick with that. I usually mix it with sprite and a bit of water. Other then that most hard liquors are gluten free, one I know of for sure is Gin. Gin and tonic's always a safe bet and all wines are also gluten free.
  2. Hi, I've been off gluten for almost a year now and feeling good. I don't have to many options for a good breakfast so I usually just stick with bacon and eggs, but some days I get really bad cramps afterwards. I'm sure its the eggs but I don't know why they would bother me. Does anyone else feel like this after eating eggs and does anyone know why?
  3. Thanks a lot everyone you're very helpful!
  4. Is Rye Whiskey Gluten Free? Any particular brand that you know of for sure?
  5. Hi, as well as having celiac I am also lactose intolerant, and have been told by my doctor I am not getting enough vitamins. I was just wondering what vitamins are usually necessary for Celiacs and are all vitamins gluten free? If not which ones are. Thanks for any help you can give.
  6. Hi I was diagnosed with Celiac about a year ago and was just wondering if anyone had some good gluten free drinks to suggest. I definately miss beer. I've been drinking mostly Vodka because I know its made from potatos. I was curious if anyone knew is rye whiskey is Gluten free. I've heard that the disstillation process takes out the gluten but I'm not sure if its 100% safe. Rye is pretty popular in Canada so it would be nice to have that as an option. Other than vodka and wine what are the best gluten free alcoholic beverages.
  7. No your right and they are a great company I have just been reading other posts about them doubting the list and just wanted to be sure as some of my favourite meal do come from there. Its just hard to be sure unless you make the food yourself
  8. Hi I was diagnosed with Celiac about a year ago. I've had a really bad upper back for years and was just wondering if it was because I was eating gluten for so long and my disease went untreated. My doctor doesnt seem to think Celiac can cause long term back issues but I've never had any kind of injury. Has anyone else had this problem and if so will living a totally gluten free life eventually eliminate that pain?
  9. Yeah they listed lasagne, cheese cake, battered and breaded stuff on their list. Now I was only diagnosed with Celiac about a year ago but I could've sworn those things contained gluten.
  10. When I was first diasnosed with Celiac disease I had a hard time finding meals I actually enjoyed. Then I went to M&M meat shops and they had a whole gluten free list that looked great. Now I know for a fact a few things on the list contain gluten and I was just wondering if anyone knew if their Butter Chicken meals are actually gluten free. It says it on the list but I wanna be sure as I do eat them a lot. Any help would be apreciated.
  11. Does anyone know if noname popsicles or creamsicles are gluten free? I've looked at the ingrediants and dont see anything that contains gluten but i'd like to be sure. Thank you for any help
  12. Hi my name is Ian O'Reilly and I was diagnosed with Celiac disease about 6 months ago. I've been pretty strict with it but I find breakfast to be a little bit of a problem. I have meats and rice and stuff for lunch and supper,but does anyone have any ideas on quick gluten free breakfasts that will actually fill me up before work and that are ready to go. Also is there any quick food restaurants that serve any gluten free breakfast foods.
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