321.gluten free Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 14

gluten free crisps: from mobo on 2008-04-22

The only crisps I know of that say they are suitable for coeliacs are Walkers Salt & Shake. Ingredients: Potatoes, sunflower oil (35\%). Salt (in sachet

Is Barbecue safe (Gluten free: from Keith on 2008-05-21

I'm wanting to use KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce. The listed ingredients are: High fructose corn syrup, Tomato puree, Tomato paste, Water, Molasses, Natural hickory flavor, Natural Flavors, Vinegar, Modified food starch, Salt, Xanthan gum, Sodium benzoate, Onion, Garlic, Carmel Color. Thanks for your reply Keith

Is Barbecue safe (Gluten free: from Peter on 2008-05-21

Modified food starch should always be avoided. It may be wheat starch.
Natural flavours and Caramel Colour are doubtful - barley is used quite a lot as a flavouring and should be avoided

Re: UK Gluten free suet: from Sue Aplin on 2008-06-09

I dont know how long ago this message was posted but just found gluten free suet in Marks and Spencers in Swindon. June 2008

Re: Gluten Free dining: from tracy gates on 2008-06-16

ide like to find out where i could purchase diatry cards please pontefract area

Re: UK Gluten Free Beer: from Philip Le Roux on 2008-07-16

So far the "Against the Grain" beer is the only gluten-free beer I have found that actually tastes like a beer. I do hope and pray they will after this cautious and successful testing of the market, bring out more GF beers into general circulation.



All the rest so far have been revoltingly sickly sweet. Like drinking rendered down treacle with an alcohol content off the scale, and to thoroughly add insult to injury extortionately priced .

My partner blinked when she saw me tip a pint of one of them away, asking "who are you and what have you done with my boyfriend" sort of thing.

gluten free crisps: from colin on 2008-07-23

hi if you look on walkers crisps you will see suitable for coeilacs on most of them also pom-bear snack are gluten free

gluten free crisps: from Sheona on 2008-07-31

Hi Kerry,


Rice Bites, manufactured by Wide Faith Foods of Thailand

Rice Bites (registered with the UK Coeliac Society and licensed to depict the Cross Grain symbol on their packaging) are GF. Baked, not fried. Transfat free. Cholesterol free. Low in fat. Six flavours.



If you'd like further information please e-mail me directly.



Best wishes.



Sheona (Drossa

Re UK Gluten Free Beer (Re - USA queries: from matt clark on 2008-07-31

Hi to the people asking about GF beer in the USA.

I was recently there visiting friends and found 3 beers (fairly) available.



One was out of stock in the (independent) shop i was in, but there was a great one called "Redbridge" - it's brewed by Anheuser Busch. Pretty damn tasty. This one was also available in Price Chopper.

There was another which I can't remember the name, it was a black label with a gold bat-like shape on it. I didn't like it as much, so thats probably why I don't remember the name. Go for Redbridge!



I was impressed by the availability and PRICE ($7.99 for 6 bottles) in the states (this was NY, upstate). I recommend try all your local liqour stores, you might be surprised what you find if you've not looked before.



A selection of beer is also available in Risottoria (including big bottles of Greens), a pizza place on Bleecker Street in NYC - yes the pizzas are also gluten free and awesome, and they also have pie, brownies, cake and bread sticks. Go. Now. (they have a website, i think...)



Good luck.

Matt

gluten free flours/chapattis: from fozi on 2008-09-06

I notice i can use a lot of different flour alternatives and there are many manufacturers. Just a couple of questions which i would appreciate advice with.

1) Do i need to be careful about brands of these flour and are some manufacturers more likely to be contamination free. I bought various flours to do baking and now am not sure re milling process/contamination. Is this really an issue with rice flour, millet flour etc or should they be ok. im particularly thinking about asian foods and even things like rice noodles produced by companies who also produce wheat noodles. If any one has trused brands i would appreciate your comments.

2) Being a new coeliac, with a south asian diet, im not sure what to make chapattis/roti with, i read e using millet , juwar flour, anyone with any good recipes please help! Thanks v much