March252014
March232014
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babycakesnyc:

You know you can write off your gluten free food if you have celiac disease or other medical condition? Thank you for breaking down how this works, Celiac.com!  http://bit.ly/1evjlkT

babycakesnyc:

You know you can write off your gluten free food if you have celiac disease or other medical condition? Thank you for breaking down how this works, Celiac.com! http://bit.ly/1evjlkT

March192014
March172014
March162014

Introduction to Celiac Restaurant Reactions:

cmk-sensei:

"Would you like some gluten-free bread to start off your meal?"

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"We also have a quinoa/corn/rice-based pasta available, so all our pasta dishes can be made gluten-free."

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"Would you like to look at our gluten-free dessert menu?"

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"You’re celiac? So like…does that mean you can’t eat dairy?"

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(via celiacadvice)

March122014
March112014

scratchtestkitchen asked: Any chance of your stopping using corn in your products? I have a corn allergy as well as wheat, and most restaurants I go to carry Udi's as their GF option but I still can't eat them. I know corn costs are lower, but do you have any plans on replacing with potato/rice ingredients in the future?

udis-glutenfree:

If you are sensitive to corn itself, regrettably we don’t have many corn free products:  the mold inhibitor, enzymes and xanthan gum we use are all produced from a corn medium. I know the bakery is aware of the market for corn free products, and would like to develop entirely corn free breads, but right now we can’t do without a few corn based ingredients. However our Granola and Granola Bars are corn-free!

March92014
We found this at our local Harris Teeter…this is an important reminder to ALWAYS double check products before buying them!!!! The first ingredient in this product is Wheat. Grocery stores mislabel products all the time.

We found this at our local Harris Teeter…this is an important reminder to ALWAYS double check products before buying them!!!! The first ingredient in this product is Wheat. Grocery stores mislabel products all the time.

March52014