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10/14/10 5:16 P

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According to the Celiac Smartfood list I subscribe to (through ClanThompson.com) Ragu Old World Rich and Meaty Pasta sauce and traditional pizza sauce are GF. Hope this helps.

Tammy (Vermont)

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DEBRALEE12 Posts: 112
10/14/10 3:31 P

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Can anyone tell me if Ragu spaghetti Sauce has gluten? We went on vacation to Disney and for a whole week they kept him completely gluten-free and he had the best week ever. We came home and he got an attack within 12 hours. He had that and GF meal at airport.

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10/12/10 10:24 P

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Thanks!! This is a big help.

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10/12/10 10:05 P

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Make sure that you read labels to make sure that there is no hidden gluten.

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10/12/10 5:53 P

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Don't despair! It's so much easier now that it was to be GF even a couple of years ago. Now that mainstream companies like General Mills are recognizing that GF people exist, I don't dread going to the grocery store as much. Do some research online and you'll find lots of things that you and your non-gf family can eat. My last trip to the store included Progresso soups and hamburger helper of all things! I still go to the health food store to get my Udi's bagels but between fresh meats, fruits and veggies and some packaged foods, we eat pretty well and without a lot of fuss in my house now.

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ILLINITEACHER52 Posts: 7,256
10/12/10 5:28 P

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Clean out your cupboards of anything with gluten. Have a gluten free cabinet if others in the family will still be eating gluten. Write a list of foods you like that you can still have. Start making menus with these items. You can go to Whole Foods or a health food store and try out some gluten free foods such as gf pasta and see which ones you like, but I would not make an investment in a lot of GF packages foods all at once.

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10/12/10 4:06 P

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www.the-gluten-free-chef.com/foods-c
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mamasglutenfreelist.com/avoid-hidden
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www.celiac.com/

gingerlemongirl.blogspot.com/

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10/12/10 3:53 P

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Where do i start, if I'm beginning a gluten free diet? It all seems very overwhelming. What's first. Help!!

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