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untilGluten Free Family Camp at Gilmont Camp & Conference Center! April 12-14, 2019 We are a 400 acre Certified Gluten Free Camp (Est. 1940) in Gorgeous East Texas- and would love to have you or your group join us for our Gluten Free Family camp. I am happy to share info with you! I recently found out I am gluten sensitive and am about to undergo testing for Celiac Disease. I am excited about networking with other people!
Shell156 posted a topic in Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & MedicationsDo you know what I miss so much at summer BBQs? Veggie burgers. I don't mean the ones that taste like fake meat, I mean those ones that are made from grains, beans or legumes, maybe some cheese. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm quite sensitive, so certified gluten free is best, but I'd be happy to research non-certified suggestions as well.
For those who are gluten sensitive and not confirmed celiacs I have a question for you. Do you strictly buy foods that are certified gluten free? Or can I get away with things that I know that should be gluten free but does not say it on the package? For example, baking soda, cornstarch and baking powder are some of my concerns. Do I need specifically gluten free cornstarch? I know to buy gluten free certified rolled oats because of the possible cross contamination. Speaking of cross contamination, do you take extra measures at home to avoid cross contamination? Such as dedicated toaster, dishes, sponges, etc? Separate butter containers? I'm only gluten sensitive and I don't know how sensitive I really am and if I need to take those extreme measures. Sorry, I'm just worried I could be sabotaging myself but finances plays a part in this and I don't know if I can afford everything to avoid every molecule of gluten.