375.Gluten Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 11

Re: gluten free vitamins,herbs, supple: from on 2004-06-27

Hi,

I was wondering where I could find gingko biloba in a form that is gluten and casein free, and that I could give to a 3 year old. Do you have any ideas?

Thank you for your help.

Karen

Re: Supplier of Gluten-free flour and spices: from on 2004-07-13

I have catered for the gloucestershire society for the past three years and find some of the flours quite expensive.Do you recommend anyone or any flours

Re: gluten-free teething cookies: from on 2004-07-23

Try this email address, or use google and put in "gluten free teething" in the search bar. I have found gluten free, wheat free arrowroot cookies, and other teething biscuit products on this website (listed above) and by doing this search. There is also a site that appears in the search that has a lot of recipes for many other kinds of gluten free/allergy free foods.
Carrots are NOT a good idea!
I do not know about rice cakes. I have two children...the teether is now almost 8 months old. I also love the product that you can find in Babies r Us stores or perhaps online that is a mesh bag attatched to a rubber teether handle in which you can give a baby fresh whole foods such as cantaloupe, honeydew, peeled apple slices, and other fruits without fear of them getting a chunk off to choke on. The device was invtnted by a mother who wanted to be able to give good foods fresh and whole. My daughter loves it, and feels like she is eating the same way we are.
Hope this helps

Re: Supplier of Gluten-free flour and spices: from Peter on 2004-07-23

I buy gluten free flour in tesco and sainsburys. tend to make do with whats available there.

Peter

Re: gluten-free safe and forbidden list: from on 2004-08-12

Do you know of any place I can buy gluten-free oats? I have looked in health food stores, contacted the celiac assoc. but have not found anywhere I can order or buy the oats. I am willing to buy in large quantities if needed.
Thanks so much,
karen

Re: Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from on 2004-08-19

Janet

Just wondering if you have had any luck finding certified gf oatmeal? I also am looking.

Joanne

Re: Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from on 2004-08-22

does oatmeal have gluten in it

Re: Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from Peter on 2004-08-26

Oatmeal contains some proteins very similar to wheat. Oat crops are also often contaminated with wheat grains. For these reasons some people with wheat allergies are also advised to avoid oats.

Peter

Re: Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from on 2004-09-08

Maria
i too have wheat/gluten intolerance and pcos..the doctors tell me there is no link between the two. My friend is celiac plus has another syndrome relating to her uterus/reproductive system. We think it is too much of a coincidence that we have these two conditions. Has anyone ever told you that they are linked