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  1. I'd like to pick up some Patak's spicy butter chicken cooking sauce. The Patak's website says that their products are gluten free, but I'm being extra cautious. (I get DH and have been feeling better since doing 6 months of the Fasano diet.) My diet is rather bland, so being able to eat this would...
  2. Any experiences with Annie's Gluten Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese? I'd love some mac and cheese but am unsure if there's any on the market safe enough for someone that deals with DH. I did the Fasano diet and did the six months of non-processed foods ... I'm not sure if it'd...
  3. Thanks all for sharing your experiences. I'll keep it in mind moving forward.
  4. Prior to going on the Fasano diet my celiac wasn't improving, and I would have nasty reactions to foods including dairy and soy. I did six months on the Fasano diet and can now feel great and can handle dairy. Is it likely that I can now handle foods that contain (or are cross-contaminated with)...
  5. Did six months on the Fasano diet to clear up my DH. Feeling a world better now, and am trying some foods/beverages not included in the diet. What's the word on herbal tea? I was gifted some Tetley green mint tea, but haven't tried it yet. I know that tea itself shouldn't have any gluten in...
  6. Thanks for the reply. One day later and I haven't broken out into DH or experienced any other nasty symptoms. So hopefully it was a false alarm. Fingers are crossed ... it definitely gave me a scare.
  7. There's a type of yogurt I'm fond of that I feel safe eating. I stick to their plain flavour, in order to avoid extra ingredients that might make me sick. Today I was eating it when I noticed what appeared to be red syrup near the top of the container. (I smelled it and it smells like raspberry...
  8. Thanks all for your responses. I tried some locally produced ciders and came out a-okay. It was nice. I'm not a big drinker, but having my first couple drinks in over six months was a nice change of pace during the holidays. I have some Glutenberg that I was gifted. I've avoided drinking...
  9. Thanks for the reply kareng. Great point. I guess I'm wondering if my stomach healed -- as per the goals of the Fasano diet -- what would be some drinks that would be relatively safe to try? As I mentioned above, I like cider, gin and vodka (to varying degrees) and wouldn't mind giving some...
  10. Hi folks, Been on the Fasano Diet for close to six months. Feeling so much better, and my DH finally went away. With the festive season coming up I'd like to know if there are any alcoholic beverages safe for somebody following the Fasano Diet. Most gluten-free beers I know of contain millet...
  11. I think I might have reacted to something that I've re-introduced to my diet. I have a small bumpy patch forming on one of my temples, which is where I get DH. It has developed in the past week, which coincides with the re-introduction of dairy as part of my diet. It also coincides with the return...
  12. The only thing that cleared up the DH on my face was going on the Fasano Diet. I'd recommend it to anyone dealing with this stubborn problem. It takes extra effort to sort out your meals, and it is restrictive, but the results are worth it.
  13. Thanks to you all for your replies. I really think more discussion of the Fasano Diet is in order. I've been on the diet for 3 months and feel great. My DH has finally gone away, and I don't really notice any of the old symptoms. I've been extremely strict with the diet. The only exception is...
  14. Hi folks, I went gluten free a couple years ago, but wasn't recovering, so I started the Fasano Diet after talking to my doctor. After three months of this diet my various symptoms (rashes, stomach problems, etc) have gone away. I'd like to learn more about the diet, but it seems about all I...
  15. I just wanted to add that the Fasano diet has made a world of difference for me. It is limiting in its options for 3-6 months, but after 2 months my DH has gone away for the first time in a decade. Look into it and see if it works for you.