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  1. I never really had much heartburn before my diagnosis of Celiac and consequent dietary changes. But since then, I have discovered Udis, Van's, Canyon Bakehouse, and many other gluten-free brands. About a year ago I began eating 2 waffles every day, 7 days a week with my breakfast. The waffles I was...
  2. Yes. I don't understand why everyone else seems so lax on their CC standards here. Why did I bother to even make this thread? From http://www.tastyeatsathome.com/2012/05/how-to-go-gluten-free-avoiding-cross-contamination-at-home/: I also have different colored sponges. Mine are blue...
  3. I'm one of those 90% neurological and 10% GI people. Like you, I have tingling, numbness, etc in the extremities, headaches, dizziness, clumsiness, random pains in my body including ankles, but these symptoms are present even now that I've been gluten-free for over a year. Of course, they were...
  4. True that the water on the inside is not CC. However, as I said, I like certain things to remain un-CC because my water jug is one of those things that I use to prepare my food. I use it in cooking and in refilling my water jug. If it was a "glutened" object, I would have to segregate it off from...
  5. I don't believe I overreacted. I believe he CC'ed my jug and I will bleach the handle when I get home. I like certain things to remain free of CC because I wash my hands enough as it is, you know, over 100 times per day, and especially when preparing my own food and when about to eat my own food...
  6. Actually there shouldn't be any doubt whatsoever that CC has occured between the wheat bread to his hands to his phone to my jug. And I don't eat in public much, in fact rarely. There are fewer than 5 restaurants that we go to, and every time we go, I realize there is a small chance of CC and I have...
  7. I have my own water jug filled with filtered water and I refill my water bottles with it. Our fridge has been so packed full lately that I haven't had any room in the fridge to put my water jug, so I left it out on the counter. It is labeled "gluten-free," which hubby knows means gluten-free. Well...
  8. I just ate the mexican casserole again with those same tortillas and I'm feeling fatigued, foggy brained, tired, no motivation to do anything, and a headache might be coming on as well...I'll report back later. Maybe some of you are right: maybe its the corn. I don't know...I started a food diary...
  9. The problem is, I only have 1-3 days of feeling good, followed by 2-3 days of bad. This happens over and over and over and over. Foggy brain, no energy, can't think, can't focus, etc. And we can't seem to track down what causes it. It doesn't take me a couple of weeks to start feeling better...
  10. The sauce I use is Pace Picante Medium, and I have verified that they are gluten-free. On the website they say they do testing for 20ppm every 6 months and that all ingredients are not CC with wheat. So it's not the sauce. I checked the cheese (we use Kraft and Sargento only) and Kraft is good. I...
  11. Mission Corn Tortillas...thought I was safe, but nope! From the manufacturer's website: "Mission® corn products are produced with 100% corn masa flour; wheat ingredients are not added to the formulation. These products include corn tortillas, corn tortilla chips, taco shells, and tostadas. ...
  12. The day after my diagnosis I was feeling pretty down in the dumps so DH took me to Marble Slab and I talked with the employee in there and he knew what Celiac was and said that someone who has Celiac works there. I was relieved and it greatly improved my mood. He said all the ice cream that doesn...