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  1. Many thanks to all who have waved me off this before trying Daura. Wegman's Grocery (East Coast, DC region) is selling Daura in it's gluten-free section, along with Bard's Tale, Redbridge and Greens. I was a bit suspicious. In my book, Greens Dubbel Dark Ale is the best gluten-free beer there is, hands down, though it's alcohol content is way up there (plan on an early night). In the DC region, it is available at Total Wine and now Wegman's Grocery Oh, and Wegman's labels their store-brand corn chips gluten-free and I've had no trouble with them. Cheers...
  2. I'll second your observation about Columbia-Crest. My experience was with Grand Estates Chardonnay 2009, and the GI symptoms are undeniable. I've been symptom-free for about six months until last evening. Bummer. Thanks for doing the research by contacting the company, your efforts have shortened my source identification time to about 24 hours and I can pour out the bottle. From the back label: "Incorporating the practice of Batonnage (the process of hand-stirring wine barrels) with this Chardonnay enhances the rich, buttery characteristic and compliments the soft oak notes and r
  3. I was hunting for the cause of a hard glutening and it led me to question Tropicana OJ's status. I tested it for the presence of Gluten using EZ-Gluten (www.elisa-tek.com), and it came up negative. My sample came from factory code 48 (as indicated by the first two digits following the expiration date). Alas, my search continues. Test Details: Control Line was present, hook line was present
  4. Ez-Gluten testing my Minuite-Maid OJ

  5. I'm suffering from an exposure now (my first this year) and have an elevated temperature. Chills, muscle aches, joint pain, typical flu-like symptoms, but no respiratory problems. I've been successful eating out at PF Chang's, they appear to get it right (at least I haven't had problems in ten-or-so visits). I do take my own silverware/chopsticks, however. Dirty forks and plates are a chronic problem with restaurants that claim gluten-free-capable... it simply isn't on the radar. I hope he's feeling better; I'm wishing the clock could spin forward by three weeks to clear my situation.
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