552.products Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 2

Re Gluten-Free oat products: from Janis Chubb on 2006-01-10

I would like to purchase some gluten free oats as well (Burlington Ontario), any idea where I can do this?

Re Gluten-Free oat products: from Susan Young on 2006-06-30

I am also hunting for gluten free oats in Ottawa or Kingston or Perth.

Re products: from Wheat Warrior on 2006-07-01

Most Hershey's products are OK. I also know that most Cadbury products are gluten free as well. Just check for little ingredients that may be included in candy coatings and colorings (dextrin and carmel coloring contain gluten and should be watched for). Most soda is fine as long as it's clear soda. Dark sodas (and even Ginger Ale) contain carmel coloring which has gluten in it.

Re Gluten-Free oat products: from Beth Armour on 2006-09-04

Hi Susan

We have tow stores in Ottawa that carry our pure oats, not allowed to call them gluten-free in Canada
Rainbow Natural Foods
Britannia Plaza
1487 Richmond at Carling
and
Natural Food Pantry
Billings Bridge Plaza
2277 Riverside Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
both have recenlty ordered a large order.
If you need any more information let me know.

Beth

buying products in crete: from gordon bennett on 2007-03-14

just been diagnosed as celiac going to crete in july is it possible to buy bread etc there.or do i have to take most things with me.thank Peter.from Gordon

buying GF products in crete: from Peter on 2007-03-14

A lot depends on where you are staying, and how much travelling around you plan to do. If you have a hire car and are close to Heraklion or Chania it is possible to get to a big supermarket, but otherwise you won't find specifically GF products in the shops.
So if you want GF bread and biscuits or cake, take that with you packed in your hold luggage, and in the original packaging.
I have not found it a problem eating out in Crete - but do make sure that someone in the restaurant speaks good English and understands the problem.
Self catering is straightforward as you can always cook rice or potato and a selection of fruit and vegetables are readily available.
I go out walking most days, and take a cold potato or rice salad for my lunch, with fruit and nuts and raisins.

Some airlines still serve meals - make sure you request a GF meal before the day of travel. (You won't always get it!)

have a good holiday

Re: Gluten-Free oat products: from Sarah on 2007-04-19

I have been diagnoised jan 06 but i am still suffering, with running tummy and pain evry day i have been of work for nearley a year june.

i was very anemic and had total villi atrophy.



i am exprance leg and arm pain is any body else and extreme tiredness

is any body else

also my daughter has been dianginosed as well

some help would be great



And i undersrtood you should never go back to any normal food as if the stomche dosent repair if it ever dose it can lead to cancer

bread products: from s.ward on 2007-05-29

I am looking for recipes for bread, wraps and pancakes etc. that are suitable for Gluten free, dairy free, soya free, egg free and yeast free diet.

Re: Gluten-Free oat products: from Jurin on 2007-08-05

I am looking for gluten free oats either in Hong Kong or Singapore. Anybody know where to find them?