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Schar Gluten Free Cheese Bits
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My daughter, who isn't gluten free and loves Goldfish snacks, thought that these didn't taste cheesy enough. I enjoyed them and thought that their flavor and subtle cheesiness was very enjoyable.

Submitted on Mar 07, 2013

Kellogg's Gluten Free Rice Krispies
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Yay! I was thrilled when Kellogg's came out with a gluten free version of their Rice Krispies. These are whole grain (meaning brown rice is used to make them) and, I believe, the only missing ingredient is barley malt. My daughter loves the cereal. And, it's great to be able to quickly whip up some GF Rice Krispie Treats! There's even a microwave recipe that takes about 10 minute to make!

Submitted on Dec 04, 2012

Bar Harbor, Maine and Acadia National Park
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Bar Harbor, Maine is a great family-friendly, gluten-free destination. We spent four days there last summer.

Hotel: We stayed at the Bar Harbor Inn (it's really a hotel), which serves a wonderful (included in cost of the room) breakfast in a casual dining room with a porch and outdoor tables directly overlooking the water. It's a magnificent view and the morning breakfasts are what I remember most about his charming hotel.

Submitted on Jul 17, 2012

Ambiguous Changes After a Celiac Disease Diagnosis
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One of the problems with any chronic illness is that the way in which it changes an individual's life can be ambiguous. Trying to pin down exactly what is different can be difficult. There is change, and it can start to feel overwhelming. When this happens - in relation to Celiac Disease - the person ceases to work through their transition from what their life looked like before diagnosis to a new and functional (and hopefully happy!) gluten free life.

Submitted on Feb 25, 2011

Kraft Foods Gluten Labeling Policy
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Kraft considers itself to be a "true labeling" company. This means they feel that everything that is in one of their food products is included on the label. If the product has wheat, rye, barley or oats, it will be clearly labeled as such. Many food product companies will use terms such as "natural flavor" that leave you with no idea whether or not there is gluten in the product. Kraft indicates on their website, and on a phone call (2/24/11), that (Continue Reading)

Submitted on Feb 24, 2011

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