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Call Companies that Appear GF Unfriendly
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There have been several instances in the last few years in which I would read something on a company's website and think that they were not gluten-free friendly. If it is a product that may make a positive impact on your life, definitely call and make sure that this is the case.

Recently, I

Submitted on Mar 31, 2011

BelGioioso Mozzarella and Other Cheeses Gluten Free
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Recently found out that BelGioioso Mozzarella is both gluten free and low enough in lactose for most people that are lactose intolerant. The nutritional panel reads that it has 0g of sugar, which indicates .04g of lactose or less. I am fairly sensitive to lactose and it never bothers me.

Their website reads that all BelGioioso Chee

Submitted on Aug 03, 2012

How to Find Hidden Gluten on Food Labels
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It's important that we are very careful when we read labels. Yes, we are looking for wheat, rye, barley and (contaminated) oats.

But, some food companies like to print other names for wheat in their products, which describe different forms of wheat, wheat products and stages of wheat processing.

Here are the names that can be found for wheat on the National Institutes of Health's

Submitted on Feb 11, 2014

McCormick Single Spices and Extracts
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McCormick single spices and herbs are all gluten free. Their extracts, including their Pure Vanilla Extract, are also gluten free.

Here is the statement from their website:

None of our single ingredient spices and herbs contain gluten.

Submitted on Feb 11, 2014

Udi's Gluten Free Bread
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After seeing an ad online for Udi's Gluten Free bread, we found it at Whole Foods -- in the fresh bread section (have you ever bought Gluten Free bread that wasn't frozen - not me!) It's shipped to Whole Foods frozen, but since it's a truly soft, traditional bread, it doesn't have to be kept frozen. I had my kids try it first and they completely loved it. In fairness to our other favorite bread (Glutino Flax Seed Bread), they like that, too.

Submitted on Jun 10, 2010

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