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Old 11-28-2013, 11:07 PM   #31
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I'm eating homemade glutenfree waffle RIGHT NOW.

Someone pass the butter and quit hogging the syrup!
Why the glutenfree?

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Old 11-29-2013, 09:11 PM   #32
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Celiacs. Can't have wheat.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:27 PM   #33
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Celiacs. Can't have wheat.
LIES!!! They can have wheat...... they just pay a higher price for it than the rest of us.
So does gluten free taste the same? Or is it like sugar-free, where it tastes off but it's better than coma?
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LIES!!! They can have wheat...... they just pay a higher price for it than the rest of us.
I am going to beat you with a wet rice noodle.

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So does gluten free taste the same? Or is it like sugar-free, where it tastes off but it's better than coma?
Nah, it doesn't taste the same. I make bread, waffles, pancakes, and corn muffins with rice flour, potato starch, millet, and corn meal. It's different. Bread is denser, brown rice noodles pretty much taste the same (I fed a FOUR-YEAR OLD homemade gluten-free mac-n-cheese and he couldn't tell the difference. Now THAT'S a Taste Test WIN!), and sweet quick breads cook up differently. It does have a nasty habit of drying out in the fridge,so I typically only make as much as I'm going to eat in one sitting.

Not having a microwave kinda helps in that aspect, cold noodles of any kind is icky. *Gaaaaags*
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Celiacs. Can't have wheat.
LIES!!! They can have wheat...... they just pay a higher price for it than the rest of us.
So does gluten free taste the same? Or is it like sugar-free, where it tastes off but it's better than coma?
I too am a Celiac. By the age of 15 if I didn't remove Wheat, Barley, Rye, and Oats from my diet, I was headed for hospitalization. It took 4 years to get my strength and stamina back to almost normal levels. 10 years to completely recover to full health.

I also can't consume refined sugar from sugar beets. It shuts down my pancreas and puts me back on insulin.

All in all my food allergy's are a blessing. They force me to eat more raw, unprocessed, foods. I also had to learn a great deal about nutrition to get my mental and physical strength back. The life I lead and enjoy depends on it.

What is your food allergy story Dasmel?

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Been glutenfree for almost 2 years now, on the suggestion of a one-time celiac customer. It messes with my brain waves (the Zombie-fication process is 86% complet---Duuuuuuuuuuuuuurp) and gut activity. Rashes and welts when I've been contaminated. Haven't gotten tested for it because it's so bloody expensive and I'd have to be back on the wheat for 3 months in order not to get a false negative. I didn't realize just how much OH GAWD PAIN I was in until I started healing up. I don't pop painkillers like skittles anymore (...okay, certain times of the month I can go through a whole bottle in under a week).

Getting Corn syrup and High Fructose out of my system now.
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Getting Corn syrup and High Fructose out of my system now.
YES!!
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Getting Corn syrup and High Fructose out of my system now.
WHAT?!?!?!
Next you'll be dropping out of society and moving into some sort of "mobile home" type thing.
Only thing 'splains this behavior is that you must hate 'Murica.
Corn syrup and High fructose are what makes us American dammit!!
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Getting Corn syrup and High Fructose out of my system now.
WHAT?!?!?!
Next you'll be dropping out of society and moving into some sort of "mobile home" type thing.
Only thing 'splains this behavior is that you must hate 'Murica.
Corn syrup and High fructose are what makes us American dammit!!
So to be American is to deliberately destroy your health with irresponsible nutritional choices?

I'm sure glad I'm Canadian.

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Getting Corn syrup and High Fructose out of my system now.
WHAT?!?!?!
Next you'll be dropping out of society and moving into some sort of "mobile home" type thing.
Only thing 'splains this behavior is that you must hate 'Murica.
Corn syrup and High fructose are what makes us American dammit!!
So to be American is to deliberately destroy your health with irresponsible nutritional choices?

I'm sure glad I'm Canadian.

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