Hold The Gluten Podcast 20 – Glorious Gluten Free Food!

The latest episode of my Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live!

Episode 20 “‘Glorious Gluten Free Food” Features:

  • Effective June 1, 2009 – In addition to Gluten Free Rice Chex, General Mills will make the following Chex cereals gluten free:  Corn, Honey Nut, Chocolate, Cinnamon and Strawberry.
  • General Mills Betty Crocker brand will include gluten free brownie, cake, & cookie mixes. Check out About.com for further information as well as Kill The Gluten’s blog for product review.
  • Have you had a “gluten nightmare”?  Dreams of accidentally ingesting gluten…
  • Successful gluten free dining experience in Atlantic City, NJ.  Delicious gluten free options at Buddakan Restaurant.
  • Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Pasta Review (Rice Sticks Traditional Thia Pasta & Organic Spaghetti).
  • Bob’s Red Mill Certified GF Oats
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5 Replies to “Hold The Gluten Podcast 20 – Glorious Gluten Free Food!”

  1. Count me in as another gluten-nightmare sufferer. This might shed some light:

    The idea is that nightmares are rehearsal for dangerous situations, and that they’re actually pretty important to how we are able to quickly and optimally react when threatened. I wrote up my take on it <a href=”http://agricultureisafad.blogspot.com/2009/03/gluten-nightmares.html”here.

  2. Trader Joe’s Rice Sticks are indeed superb rice noodles. They’re far superior to anything else available, and a boon for GF eaters. But here’s the shock: Trader Joe’s has DISCONTINUED them! I can’t believe it. TJ is usually more alert than this. I suppose they might have sold more if they’d called it fettucine than “rice sticks” but they’ve got a lot of absurd groceries taking up shelf space, and could certainly spare a few inches for this truly excellent product. If you share my dismay, please go to the Trader Joe’s website and let them know you want these noodles back.

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