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    Oh and wheat glucose is fine to eat - it has been so highly processed that it has no detectable gluten in it. Not that it is good for you, but just so as you know.

    I also make a breakfast rice in the rice cooker, brown rice, with chopped apples/pears, shredded coconut and water and then at the end add in some sultanas. Serve with milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Oh and wheat glucose is fine to eat - it has been so highly processed that it has no detectable gluten in it. Not that it is good for you, but just so as you know.

    I also make a breakfast rice in the rice cooker, brown rice, with chopped apples/pears, shredded coconut and water and then at the end add in some sultanas. Serve with milk.
    A close friend and his sister both have celiacs disease. Only a couple of weeks ago we were having a conversation and he said that lollies based on wheat derived glucous make him quite ill. He acknowledges that he had been advised that it shouldn't be the case but it was the only form of wheat based food in his diet that they could attribute it too. He has since eliminated all wheat glucose based lollies out of his diet and hasn't had a reaction or needed hospitalisation since.

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    Default Re: Meal ideas for food intolerances

    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingClassMum View Post
    A close friend and his sister both have celiacs disease. Only a couple of weeks ago we were having a conversation and he said that lollies based on wheat derived glucous make him quite ill. He acknowledges that he had been advised that it shouldn't be the case but it was the only form of wheat based food in his diet that they could attribute it too. He has since eliminated all wheat glucose based lollies out of his diet and hasn't had a reaction or needed hospitalisation since.
    It must be quite an individual thing then cos I have a coeliac friend who is fine with wheat glucose. We were talking about a sauce at the time and he said it was fine for him... and ate some with no bad effects *phew* I live in dread of feeding him the wrong thing cos he's crippled for hours afterwards

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