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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 10:30 am 
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My sweet husband found this book for me "Cecelia’s Marketplace Gluten/Casein/Soy-Free Grocery Shopping Guide" http://www.ceceliasmarketplace.com/gluten-free-casein-free-soy-free-guide and mine is in the mail! :banana I can't wait!! I'm not expecting a miracle but even if it help me get the basics down it'll be worth the $30 with shipping. Has anyone used this book? I'm planning on a post on my personal blog to let the rest of the world know about this little gem.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:48 pm 
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The book sounds really cool. However, I'd caution that companies can change their recipes without warning and that book won't cover that. ;) I know because I started reacting to Miracle Whip many years ago. They either started adding Mustard to it, or adding more mustard to it. (Mustard was an intolerance in those days, but now is anaphylactic).

However, some companies are dedicated allergy free for the allergies they accommodate. As long as these companies aren't bought out, they are more likely to remain safe. Nothing is a guarantee though. Tinkyada brand noodles are dedicated to using only rice and water. I do not know about cross-contamination though in the shipping of that rice, or how they clean the rice. They are considered GF, DF, and SF (and Casein free).

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 6:45 pm 
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I realize that companies can change their recipes but I figure this book will at least give me a place to start. I'll still check the labels every time I buy something the book labels as safe but at least I won't spend hours in the store hunting, guessing and wasting money.


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