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  1. Hi Jess Your photos look a lot like my DH. I am not officially diagnosed. I find avoiding gluten in food is not the only fix. Avoiding bakeries, bakery aisles, and watching who is eating what at a cafe/restaurant table I am sharing with others... Among other seemingly crazy things. Last...
  2. I abide by all the previous comments. It doesn't seem to be commonly shared on here but for me gluten avoidence is in any crumb. Shared kitchens, equipment, plates, cutlery.. All have been a day.. week.. (Sometimes more) of itching, digestive upanddown and sleeplessness etc! If you can't figure out...
  3. I've worked in a supermarket and you are absolutely worthy of being concerned. The regular flour in particular is packed to be exploding flour. Lots of paper bags full of powder which are packed in paper/flimsy bags packed to break. Full stop no argument. In our "true" gluten free environment gluten...
  4. One of my rare Sundays I can get to a Coles tomorrow. Will hope to get there tomorrow and let you know:)
  5. It sure looks like my DH.I trawled through 1000's of medical/derm website pictures in my first few months and I don't care what anyone says.. it doesn't look like anything else, even scabies. The time it looks like scabies is when we & them have sratched them all to pieces when its been a very...
  6. Avocado is another of our usual ingredients. Yum
  7. Rice paper rolls. Usually do prawns but last/night and tonight is beef with all the usuals: snow pea, carrot, cucumber, spring onion, rice vermicelli, safe soy sauce. We make Liams school lunch at dinner - great in a lunch box. Even takes the soy sauce in a little mini plastic container...
  8. Do you know of any DH experienced dermatologists in Canberra or Sydney (Australia)? I live in Canberra but would go to any in the region including up to Sydney. Ta BTW I've posted this in "doctors" forum also - no need to reply to both as I'll check them both.
  9. I can't handle sals (salicylates) so the berry ones aren't an option for me. I probably shouldn't even have the apple & cinnamon (due to higher sals in any dried fruit). Since my DH appears to flare with accummulative sals I only have the Crunchola probably once a week, twice at most. It seems...
  10. I consider myself super/super sensitive to gluten. I've not been eating out free since Oct11 because of so much problems. I've only started picking up a glass of wine every now and again in the past two weeks. I am strict. Really strict. It has made an AMAZING difference in my DH (dermatitis herpetiformis...
  11. Wow!!! I don't get much time to get to all the new posts these days unfortunately. I must revisit the Tickle me elbow - had forgotten about that one! After about 10 months I am back to full time work. Quite a milestone after the being so lousy for so long. At least I went to work in a bakery and...
  12. Us Aus/Kiwis must hold the record for this forums longest running and/or biggest nr of posts record!!
  13. I feel like I owe them big time. I buy their products almost exclusively (for my son & I). I can't eat much salicylate (sals for short) which includes corn so I can't eat much processed food but my sons palate has recently adopted the gluten-free thing (is it the texture or flavour or both that...
  14. http://www.freedomfoods.com.au/healthy-stuff/Food-Allergies-.aspx
  15. http://www.freedomfoods.com.au/healthy-stuff/Oats-and-Gluten-Free-Diet.aspx I've avoided oats completely for many many months due to being cc'ed early on. But I thought I'd 'test' Freedom Foods after first responding well to their non-oat products (a real surprise) and then reading this on the...