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About carriekate

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  1. I have DD coffee daily and never have any problems. But a word of caution, I did get gluttened once and I think it was from the lid being put on by someone who had just handled the donuts. Now I always remove the lid before drinking and have only had a few spills lol.
  2. The buns taste even better than gluten buns. I like the baguettes also. The only thing is there are 15 grams of fat in each bun and the baquettes are high also. I am guessing it is because of the mozzarella cheese. When I tried the buns the first time I ate three without stopping lol, they were so good. Now I watch and limit when I eat them but they are so tempting! BTW, mine were available at a store called Bunn's on Street Road in Feasterville, PA.
  3. Here is a gluten-free blog website with a crescent roll recipe that is adaptable for turnovers. Hope this helps. www.glutenfree.wordpress.com Julie
  4. Reply I received today from Campbell's Soup: we received your message and appreciate your taking the time to contact Campbell Soup Company to learn more about the use of gluten in our products. The Campbell's Bean with Bacon Soup is not a gluten free product however, I would be happy to send you a copy of our gluten free list via the mail. Please keep in mind that product recipes change frequently and ingredients are periodically added and replaced. Therefore, I advise you to check the ingredient statement on each package to be certain that the product is still gluten-free. We appreciate your feedback. Please accept the coupon we have sent to you via the mail with my apologies for any inconvenience you may have experienced. The coupon can be redeemed for any product in the Campbell family of brands including V8, Prego, Pace, and Pepperidge Farm. I hope I've been able to answer your question. Please contact the Consumer Response Center or visit Campbell's website if you have additional questions. Thank you for visiting the Campbell Soup website. Campbell Soup Web Team TLA
  5. I thought I'd share the reply from an Arby's representative when I noticed their "cheesecake poppers were on the gluten-free list and questioned this. Celiacs always have to be alert! Dear Julie: Your questions registered by way of the Arby's Guest Feedback system were forwarded to me, Charles Papa, Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs Compliance Officer for Arby's Restaurant Group, Inc. Thank you for your interest in Arby's, and especially for considering our menu in such detail.
  6. Ken, Here is where I shopped: http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com/print_fr...ly.php?id=12753 If you are in the area, it's worth stopping in. Julie
  7. I did buy a small bag of banana flour at an international grocery supermarket just off the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia last year. I made a special trip there to buy Masa Harina flour. I never knew what to do with the banana flour.
  8. During a recent hospital stay I was served "tat's" or "tst's" bread from the gluten-free menu. I have tried to find a website but no luck so far. I'm thinking of contacting the hospital kitchen. This bread was very, very good, better than any I have bought.
  9. Patti, Thank you for your reply. It eases my mind to know it will be safe. I hope it all works out. Julie
  10. I am scheduled for surgery and was told that after the operation I will have something that I can press and pain medication will be released into my system by an iv line. Has anyone ever had this experience and would know what I should be wary of. Thanks so much.
  11. Before Celiac I used to buy the frozen Michelina's fried rice. It was always good for a quick meal and cheap besides. I'll have to take a look again at the Michelina line, thanks. BTW, would the parmesan chicken be safe...it's sounds good but is the coating breadcrumbs?
  12. I'm not sure if this will help regarding an emergency but last year I had a hernia operation and could not eat solid food for ten days before the operation and then 11 days after. I had 2-3 cans of Ensure and a serving of Jello each day. I actually wasn't hungry after the first two days but will say I was glad to eat after all that time. I feel somewhat secure though having Celiac and knowing I could survive on this type of food diet.
  13. -----Original Message----- C&E Rosewater - bath & shower gel C&E Rosewater and Glycerine - body lotion Can you tell me if the above products have gluten in the ingredients.
  14. I have tried the rolls and like them very much. They are small but very nice to just pull out of the freezer when you want one or two. I'm not such a great baker so they great for me.
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