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    Angry Sneaky Gluten! Grrrr....

    I went to a friend's cook-out today. She made all the typical foods one would expect . Hamburgers, Hotdogs, grilled chicken, etc. I saw her mixing breadcrumbs into the hamburger (ew), so I avoided that. I figured I would stick to the grilled chicken. Well, after stuffing myself on a few pieces of her grilled chicken, I commented on how her combination of seasonings gave it a spectacular taste. She told me it wasn't her genius, but it was a grilling glaze. I don't know how I didn't know?! Anyway, turns out this glaze has wheat flour and soy in it!! I was a little upset, as I'm avoiding both (obviously). I am particularly upset about the gluten hit. I do have an intolerance to gluten. I am not Celiac , thankfully. I do get itchy and sluggish after, as well as have GI issues. I know it's my fault for not asking, but sometimes ya just don't want to seem so "picky." I know my health is worth it though...lesson learned. I just needed to vent, thanks!
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    It's impossible to escape, best thing to do is give up and dig into a loaf of bread.

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    Given that I am not celiac, I count things like that (marinades, sauces, etc.) as my 20%.

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    I know the feeling-we just found out our kiddo is allergic to soy, she breaks out in horrible hives. Guess what, soy is in a ton of things you'd never think of. My freaking all natural garlic salt had soy in it!!! I've become so anal about reading ingredients now, its bordering on obsessive.
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    @pinkmomagain, I logged it away under my 20%. =) I'm just a bit of a perfectionist at times, haha.
    @ Kaylee, my 3 yr old is also allergic to soy. It is in everything!! It's quite annoying, eh? Yes, it does make you feel a bit obsessive at times!
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    That it does PoeticPixie! I thought I had her on the perfect diet (primal with a few grains, mostly a slice of spelt bread now and then), could NOT figure out why she was still getting spots! I finally went pyscho one night and started going through every cupboard in the kitchen. Around 2am, low and behold, the damn garlic salt had soy, as well as the garlic lemon pepper. Guess what I use to season chicken most often? You got it, one or the other of those. Hubby found me laughing hysterically. Once I got rid of those the hives finally went away.

    Did you know Noxema has soy in it as well? Not that I use it on her, but my obsessiveness is spreading to everything that comes in the house. *sigh*
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