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Unread 06-18-2012, 03:05 PM   #1
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My Doctor wants me on a Gluten-Free Diet with no dairy for the next month. Does anyone have tips or experience? I'm gonna miss sandwiches.

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Unread 06-18-2012, 03:09 PM   #2
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Unread 06-18-2012, 03:11 PM   #3
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i think i need to go on a gluten-free diet too. i haven't been to a doctor yet, but i think i'm allergic to a lot of dairy.

i do know that whatever you like to eat, there is always something that replaces itand be dairy free.
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Unread 06-18-2012, 03:30 PM   #4
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Ok, I live with 4 people all on GF diets, and it actually is not that hard. First thing, no bye bye sandwiches, try this bread, its actually really good:
http://canyonbakehouse.com/

two, its getting easier with all of the grocery stores carrying more stuff. You will pay a bit more sometimes, but its ok. Betty Crocker makes amazing GF cookies.

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Bobs Red Mill makes a great GF pancake mix

check out this forum http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/ you will learn A LOT there.

Silk soy milk and coconut milk are good.
Van's makes great GF/DF frozen waffles.
Smart Balance Light is a GF/DF margarine

almost everything can be found in your local grocery store..
anything else can be picked up at Whole Foods or your local health food store.

most restaurants have GF menus now and I can eat almost everywhere just fine.. Google is your friend. There is also a free app for your smartphone called Find Me Gluten Free ...GET IT!!!! It will find you gluten free restarants wherever you are... complete with GF menus and directions at the push of a button.

Betty Crocker has GF choco chip cookie and brownie mixes.
Udi's bread is good.. so is Rudi's
Udi's makes a good frozen pizza crust also

It's actually an easy diet once you get used to it. I am GF/DF but I can have cheese because I am fine with casein but have trouble with the whey which is removed during the cheese making process...

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Unread 06-18-2012, 04:40 PM   #6
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they even have gluten-free beer...i tried the Green's Discovery...let's say it was just too strong..looking forward to trying the others. http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/l...ree-beers.html

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I have celiacs.. cant eat gluten I also cant deal with caesin. Its not that bad.. Other than being in college beer is a big part of everyones diet I do Okay.. Soy dream milk is good with chex cereal. I like the udis bread toasted and pizza crusts.. My only issue is things are more expensive.. All boars head meats are safe.. Just remember its like a virus.. you cant order a salad and pull the crutons off.. the lettuce is infected at that point. Cross contamination is very serious. Why just a month?? Its not one of those allergies that is just temporary as far as i know
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Redbridge is a good gluten free beer. Bards is okay too.. Alot of rums are okay. Vodkas also.. If you have things in question just google it and celiacs forum usually has the answer.

Toughest thing is no fast food haha
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Strongbow and Hardcore are good hard ciders that are GF. Basically all distilled liquor is gf too.
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Strongbow and Hardcore are good hard ciders that are GF. Basically all distilled liquor is gf too.
These are my favs personally. Is the doc just testing to see if you are intolerant? Has he already done the bloodwork for Celiacs?
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I have a gluten allergy as well it can be tough I still eat some things and will pay for it later ha.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I went to the grocery store and had a hard time finding things. My options are basically around the perimeter of the store and nothing on the isles.
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this diet is gluten free and the only one that made 100% sense to me

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Thanks for the suggestions. I went to the grocery store and had a hard time finding things. My options are basically around the perimeter of the store and nothing on the isles.
that's the best way to shop... you end up with healthier food that way. Most real unprocessed food is gluten free. You can eat all the steak and meat and fish you want... vegetables, fruits, potatoes, rice, corn, nuts, beans... etc. Much of the Mexican and Thai foods are gf... the list is endless. Download the Find me gluten free app for your phone and push the button.... I eat at restaurants and fast food whenever I want... not a problem.

Doesn't your grocery have a heath food section? I buy almost everything at my regular grocery... cookie and brownie mixes, potato chips, popcorn, cereal... almost all the Chex cereals are gf, bobs red mill pancake mix, Vans waffles, Silk soy milk.... corn chips, salsa... it takes time but you will learn. Go to this forum... http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/ there is a whole room for gf food...
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