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  1. Thanks for the feedback. For sure travelers/campers/hikers would be the primary market. Your comments reminded me of my travels to India. In that case, it's not necessarily food allergies or intolerance that is the challenge but overall food security. From my experience and those who've...
  2. Of course when I'm home that's exactly what I do. Do you never leave your home? What about traveling? That's the biggie I'm trying to overcome. Hence the meal in a capsule idea...I'd like to make it easier to venture away from home. I like to travel. There's a lot to explore in the world...
  3. Meat and fish, it sounds so easy, eh? Thais have a habit of putting soy or oyster sauce on everything. Steamed or grilled fish is usually ok...not fried. Hot soup when it's 100 sticky degrees isn't always appealing. Let's not stray too far from the OT...it's not about what to eat in Thailand...
  4. Yup, plenty of food in Thailand. Unfortunately it's almost always served with rice, soy sauce, or oyster sauce. It's a major pain to eat out here if you want to avoid both rice and gluten. Papaya salad is my go-to dish. The fresh fruit is delish, but can't survive on that alone. For Thais, their...
  5. Thanks for the replies. Yes, it's a lot of capsules. For most it is a turn-off. The most common type of capsules are gelatin which is reported to have benefits to the gut. There's not really enough gelatin in the capsules to make a difference. The shakes are certainly an option. I've...
  6. Hi, First a bit of background... I was diagnosed to have a sensitivity to gluten in 2012. Blood tests for celiac were negative and I haven't had a biopsy. I have a similar reaction to rice, coffee and flax seeds as I do with gluten. I'm not sure what else I can't tolerate, but suspect...