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  1. I worked in the deli at Kroger. You should be able to eat any of the rotisserie chickens there. They don't put any other flavorings on other than the barbeque sauce and lemon pepper, and I believe both of those are gluten free. To be on the safe side, ask the deli workers, they'll help you out.
  2. You seem to have a problem with me? Is there any particular reason you feel the need to be so confrontational all the time? I am only repeating EXACTLY the same thing that is said in nearly all the other threads about gluten contamination. Yes, I can read labels, thank you. As for trusting Kraft - why should I trust a company who doesn't have the best interest of my family in mind? How many products have they produced with Celiac sufferers in mind? There are other companies who do a far better job at catering to people with allergies without making their wallets suffer. I don't see
  3. While cream cheese is naturally gluten free, there are some made in non-dedicated facilities, such as Philadelphia brand. I buy the Walmart brand because it does say specifically on the package that it is gluten free. I know, small consolation, but it does make me feel better.
  4. My two daughters diagnosed with Celiac had no symptoms whatsoever. It just happened to show up on routine blood tests for my younger daughter who has diabetes. When they did the scope, it was severely affected by the gluten. So just because you don't feel anything doesn't mean it's not doing any harm. I don't know what is in your area, but I'm sure there are other pizza places that could have gluten free offerings? Here in Michigan, we have Passport Pizza and Dan Good Pizza - both are knowledgeable about CC and Celiac too.
  5. Yum! I love steak...if only I could eat it every day. We are having leftovers. Fortunately, leftovers are just BBQ pulled pork that was cooked in a slowcooker all day. I use the McCormick's pulled pork seasoning pack, then add a bit more brown sugar to put it on the sweet side. Then we're going to have honey-roasted baby carrots and a Caesar salad. For dessert - purple cows. (Vanilla ice cream with Faygo grape pop)
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