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BethM55 last won the day on August 24 2010

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  1. try these.... http://www.alterecofoods.com/product/dark-black-truffles/
  2. Well, heck. Godiva chocolate also states that their products are not safe for celiac or NCGI folks. Sigh.
  3. Are you certain that the pan or cooker you are using is free of residual gluten? Just a thought...
  4. On their website, all of their chocolate bars' labels state they are made on shared equipment with soy. Possibly the bars you ate were cross contaminated? You might contact them and ask about that possibility. http://www.alterecofoods.com/products/chocolate I hope you are able to continue to enjoy chocolate occasionally!
  5. I use "Better than Bouillion" brand. The low sodium chicken version is gluten free (last time I checked, anyway). You might check their ingredients, see if that or their vegetable bouillion might work for you.
  6. We were out to dinner with friends and some folks visiting from France one night. There was little on the menu that I could eat safely, so decided to go with a crouton-less Caesar salad. I asked about the ingredients in the dressing, but the staff was unclear about my needs. I found myself trying to read the label on a vat of dressing that they brought to the table and plunked in front of me. The restaurant was dimly lit, and the waiter produced a flashlight so I could read the small print. It was a bit embarrassing, like being in a spotlight, but we all laughed about it. The ingredients
  7. Hello. I am self diagnosed as gluten sensitive, much to the chagrin of my doctor. At the end of December, 2009, I decided to see what eating gluten free could do for me. There was no miracle cure, just a gradual improvement in digestion (which hadn't been a big problem) and decrease in my fibromyalgia symptoms. Still problems in both areas, but better, so I continue being gluten-free.

  8. Nope, weight loss didn't happen after I went gluten free. Darn. Well, maybe 2 or 3 pounds. Honestly, I was hoping for that magic to happen, and was disappointed when it didn't. Actually, that made me question my self-diagnosis of gluten sensitivity. But after 15 months of seriously gluten free eating, recently I tried adding a small bit of 'real' bread, 3 days in a row. Intestinal distress and a surge of joint, bone, muscle, and fibromyalgia pain curbed that experiment quickly. I'm wondering now if I'm gluten sensitive or just to wheat. Maybe I'll drink a beer and test it out... But
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