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  1. I buy the gluten-free hot pockets for my kids at Aldi. They are ok. Their gluten-free wraps & cookies are decent.
  2. My kids are not the sensitive type so anything that says gluten-free, is perfectly fine. I know they eaten cross contaminated foods w/ o any issues, and have even been gluten ex on occasion. No problems.
  3. Honey nut Cheerios now says gluten free on the front of the box! My kids had to stop eating it yrs ago when they tested positive. And now they are able to eat it again! I always wondered since this is an oat cereal why it wouldn't be gluten-free, but I think cross contamination was the issue....
  4. The gluten-free Hot Pockets are a hit in my house. YES! a quick after school thing to eat!
  5. the pancakes are ok! Spoke to mngr how the missing chkn noodle soup. He said he's been asked a lot about it and orders it every day but the warehouse doesnt have any at this time. He claims corporate & the manufacturers are working out a price deal. might be true might be BS but at least...
  6. Now aldi has gluten-free frozen pancakes . Kids will try them 2mrw. Now the chicken noodle soup has disappeared off the shelf!! I need to talk to the manager. My DD likes the soup a lot..
  7. Just tried aldi pasta. It is corn pasta. Did not care for it. Much prefer tinkyada or trader joes.
  8. The chicken noodle soup is pretty good, however it is rather small...my dghtr said its not enough! @1.69 a can it can get pricy if you need 2 cans. The pretzels are awesome! Pizza....meh! sabatasso/Freshetta waaaaayyyy better! I saw the bread n yeah its so small & cost $4.Did not buy...
  9. @chocominties...to prevent the bread being mushy when microwaving, DO NOT lay bread flat in the microwave. The bread needs to stand to let the steam evaporate. When the bread lays on a plate the steam becomes trapped making the bread mushy. Lean the bread against a cup or something on a plate, while...
  10. My Aldi In Tamarac FL has started selling gluten-free food again. YAY!
  11. My DD did not like the pizza but did like the brownie cookies. And she is very particular abt cookies so its a good sign. Alas, I went to Aldi (7 mts from me) today & the gluten-free offerings are all but GONE! I snagged 2 bags of glutinos pretzels for $2.50 ea. They usually sell for over ...
  12. My non celiac friend who suffers from fibromyalia uses cymbalta & it does help her quite a bit. Not sure if it helps with CRPS, but her pain is everywhere, and she does get relief. She also recently started seeing the most fantastic phys therapist as well & has come off lidocaine patches...
  13. OP, you 've had your business lunch by now. What happened? How did you finally decide to handle it?
  14. this thread should be copied & sent to every stupid Dr mentioned.
  15. jane, your long suffering unexplained bouts of dizziness reminds me of a Mystery DX episode I recently saw. Look up "disembarkment syndrome" If its not ur condition I hope that you get pointed in the right direction at least. Good Luck!