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    Purging the pantry - what did I miss

    Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:08 pm Groupie
    I'm just about to try going gluten free, to see if it will help with migraines for my husband and me, and our toddler son's stomach problems. (I'm sure our daughter has no food sensitivities, but she'll be giving up gluten for a while anyway.)
    I went through the fridge and pantry, but didn't find as much as I thought I would. Is there an ingredient I'm missing in salad dressings and sauces? I pulled the soy sauce and Yoshida sauce, bouillon / stock... But I'm not finding much more other than the obvious - bread, flour, etc.

    I do tend to make a lot from scratch, and we're trying to minimize processed foods, but I was expecting to find more we can't eat.

    What am I missing?
    Sat Jun 23, 2012 4:13 am
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    Most processed foods will contain gluten, wheat, thickeners. Australian foods may also have thickeners labelled as 1400 to 1450 in numbers.

    I think you may also find ingredients listed as starch or modified food starch- if it is not stated as being either gluten-free or from maize/corn you can assume it is from wheat.

    Spelt, rye kamult, bulghur, cous couseare also not gluten-free

    I hope you find the gluten-free diet will help you icon_smile.gif

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