Yet Another Sneaky Ingredient!

The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board [ Post a Response | The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board ]When posting messages that contain useful information please only use smilies at the start and end of the message to make it easier to copy it to the supplementary board. It is even more helpful if you post a copy of useful information on the supp board yourself.Yet another sneaky ingredient!Posted by PollyCymru on 31/12/2013, 21:45:31Posted By Julia On 31/12/2013, 18:49:12 86.159.199.x I Bought Reduced Hot Cross Buns Today From Waitrose!92.9.129.xThought I'd buy a treat for my self and DS for this evening, so got some Rubicon Pineapple and Coconut drink.Didn't read the label as was in a hurry, and anyway, what else could be in it but Pineapple juice and Coconut? One small sip told me ---- MILK!!!Then I read the label and there's sweetened condensed milk in it!WHY? more help http://members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/msg/1388526331.html Got to laugh! The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board[ Post a Response | The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board ]When posting messages that contain useful information please only use smilies at the start and end of the message to make it easier to copy it to the supplementary board. It is even more helpful if you post a copy of useful information on the supp board yourself.Oats and gut damage (no subject)Posted by TeeDee on 31/12/2013, 18:21:2586.18.249.xI see all of the posts lower down, but I have a simple query, if you eat gluten free oats and are sensitive and they make you I'll, or even if you are not sensitive, are they likely to still do damage to the villi in your gut. I am so sick of having to dodge the oat flour in biscuits etc, my sister in law was so pleased to give me my own packet, but they were from Tescos so I knew straight away they had the dreaded oat flour in, so if oat Do or do not make me I'll, am I still likely to suffer gut damage? look at here http://members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/msg/1388514085.html Happy New Year The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board[ Post a Response | The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board ]When posting messages that contain useful information please only use smilies at the start and end of the message to make it easier to copy it to the supplementary board. It is even more helpful if you post a copy of useful information on the supp board yourself.Got to laugh!Posted by Julia on 31/12/2013, 18:49:1286.159.199.xI bought reduced Hot Cross Buns today from Waitrose! Heated one in the oven and eat it with plenty of butter - lovely!Happy New Year everybody and thank you all for keeping this forum live and keeping me sane! full article http://members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/msg/1388515752.html Oats and gut damage no subject The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board[ Post a Response | The Coeliac, D H and Gluten Free Message Board ]When posting messages that contain useful information please only use smilies at the start and end of the message to make it easier to copy it to the supplementary board. It is even more helpful if you post a copy of useful information on the supp board yourself.Happy New YearHeated One In The Oven And Eat It With Plenty Of Butter - Lovely!Posted by judy(stoke) on 31/12/2013, 19:01:4780.5.243.xI just want to wish everyone a very Happy, peaceful New Year, and to thank you for all your wonderful advice, recipes, and support xxx other stuff http://members2.boardhost.com/glutenfree/msg/1388516507.html