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  1. Actually, Kaiti, never mind! I was in a rush to get an answer, so I called them and asked them, myself! They (Quaker Oats, Co.) assured me that the Aunt Jemima syrups were gluten-free, and they are their only products for which they will make this guarantee. They said that they always steer people...
  2. Boy, am I glad that I checked this thread again this morning before setting out to go shopping! I was going to buy Log Cabin, but won't in light of the new information. Talk about confusing! Kaiti, this question is for you. You and celiac3270 have been pretty adamant in the past about staying...
  3. Hi guys. Coincidentally, I e-mailed Pinnacle Foods on Friday about syrup and this is what they sent me. Hope it helps. Dear Ms. Ruth: Thank you for taking the time to inquire about Pinnacle Foods Corporation and the products we produce which might be gluten-free. We appreciate your interest...
  4. Hi Michelle, I was a vegan for years; that's the way I cooked for the whole family. It has only been nine months that I've known that I had celiac. Actually, I think that being vegan helped me to figure out eventually, that I couldn't tolerate gluten. Almost every vegetarian book extols the...
  5. Hi Terri and Donna. I used to love the Yardley soaps before going gluten-free, but haven't used them since being on the diet because I never have seen them listed as safe. One red flag in the letter that you got from them Terri is that they said that there is no "WHEAT" gluten in any of their soaps...