Kroger gluten free stuffing

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2023.06.09 03:30 Cyr13lGame Free OREO Double Stuf - Win OREO Double Stuf on Playbite

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2023.06.09 03:01 tuserbd Gluten-Free Week Finale: Indulge in Xite's Popcorn for a Memorable, and Tasty Treat!

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2023.06.09 02:48 Simplemindedflyaways when your first major relapse of an is when you try to go gf

I'm walkin on sunshine here 🌞🌞🌞🌞☠️
all of the label reading, all of the restrictions and "I can't eat that", throwback of at least a decade lol!
for real though if anyone has tips on how to manage a restrictive gluten free diet without feeling like you're back in the deep end, please let me know 🙃
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2023.06.09 02:44 cville5588 State of the sub

Why isn't this more about sharing gluten free recipes than people complaining about being "glutened". We all know that everyone in some way or another on this sub is motivated to participate in a gluten free diet. Why doesn't anyone focus on helping people accomplish this rather than asking what they should do if they accidentally eat gluten. Hunker down, shit your brains out, don't go back to that restaurant and share a damn recipe that you like that might be appreciated by the community. That's allm
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2023.06.09 02:42 Watermelon_lover101 (Possible tmi) Has anyone personally cured bladder issues as a young person?

I’m just 24 (f). I’ve been suffering from bladder issues since at least 2019.
It’s horrible. I’ve even dealt with severe incontinence, lower back pain, needing to urinate as soon as I leave the bathroom, spending 30 mins to hours on the toilet, it’s itchy down there and when I have to go it’s an immediate need so bad that it gets painful really quickly, I eat or drink anything and I have to go within the next few minutes.
It’s so debilitating that I’ve had trouble at work in the past since I constantly need to run to the bathroom.
Since I live in Canada, I have to wait for a doctor referral to go through in order to see a urologist. There is rarely if any private medical clinics available. My family is willing to help me pay for one too. The doctors can’t find anything and all they do is send me for urine tests to rule out uti’s. It’s never that. I’ve never even had one. I’ve been tested for diabetes many times too and it’s not that either.
I’ve had to buy adult diapers now. I want to cry from how embarrassing this is.
I’ve done carnivore for 8 months in the past and it’s not done much to help unfortunately.
Things I’ve also tried:
No/low caffeine No sugar No sweetener Not holding pee Less stress Washing down there more/less frequently More/less fibre Don’t smoke/drink Kegels/exercises Drinking lots of water Not drinking any water Drinking a moderate amounts of water Many different diets (vegan, gluten free, high protein high fat, high protein low fat, etc.) Not wearing tight pants Less salt/more salt
I’ve made another appt with my gp hoping them to send another referral and to ask if there are any private clinics anywhere.
Thank you for your help, and I’m sorry if it’s a little tmi
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2023.06.09 02:34 MonosyllabicScrub Never Forget

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2023.06.09 02:32 TheSmileyGI Thank you and some post-wedding tips from a longtime lurker

Thank you and some post-wedding tips from a longtime lurker
First off, thank everyone for writing in here over the years. My wife and I’s wedding was everything I could have dreamed of and more, in part thanks to the advice folks have given here! Our wedding was a little untraditional (a brunch wedding on a Friday with 2 Maids of Honor, 2 Best Men, and wearing our favorite colors). We sent out ~130 Save the Dates, but unfortunately, due to some unexpected financial issues because of a series of unexpected emergencies the year leading up to the wedding, we had to ultimately reduce to the number to ~100 (it really fucking sucked turning people we loved away). Of the ~94 people who RSVP’d yes, ~90 attended (more than we expected)!
In part due to our financial situation, we decided to DIY or cut costs as much as possible. Our most expensive costs were by far catering (Tricky Foods, which was divine and worth every cent) and venue (Barnwood Events), followed by photographer (Emily LaFleur Photography, who is incredible and if you’re in Wisconsin, you should 100% book her) and DJ (ShowGrizz Productions—literally the most perfect DJ we could have ever asked for). We got my wife’s dress/corset and my suit off Etsy (total, probably ~$750 total for our outfits post-alterations). We also used Etsy as the source for our DIY Save the Dates, RSVPs, dried/fake flowers for bouquets/centerpieces/corsages/boutonnières. Our Wedding Coordinator found frames (used for instructions for things in the venue/pics) at local thrift stores and the groomsmens’ outfits were all from Amazon (the gals got their dresses from a huge variety of places). All in all, I’m glad we spent the money where we did and our budget ended up very close to where we had initially planned it (we fought tooth and nail to keep costs down and my wife had an amazing spreadsheet she used to keep track of everything/budget).
Things we found super helpful that might not be common advice: - Get both a therapist and a couples therapist. My wife and I have never had any serious relationship problems, but the couples therapist really helped us learn to better communicate leading up to the wedding and figure out how to reduce stress on an incredibly stressful day. My therapist also helped me work through my own day-of worries/stress about finances/etc - Day weddings rock, since we got to do everything we wanted to and fall asleep around midnight so we weren’t completely dead pre-honeymoon. Brunch food (especially buffet-style) is accommodating to a lot of folks with dietary restrictions - We scheduled time to sneak away and eat post-ceremony/photos and it was SO worth it. I cannot recommend this enough. Seriously, we stuffed our faces, re-hydrated, and were back at it recharged and ready to party - Find a channel to communicate with folks in your wedding party early and try to get stragglers to verify that they’re getting all relevant info (including sending photos to show they have anything they need day-of) - If you’re doing a Covid-conscious wedding (we had folks at high-risk and also didn’t want Covid on our honeymoon/in general), our strategy worked well (no one got Covid from our wedding)! We surveyed everyone re: vax status in the RSVP, tested folks not up-to-date on vaxs day-of, did the ceremony outside, booked a venue with a good filtration system, and did a mass rehearsal dinner test-party. One of the bridesmaids actually showed up positive (though we later learned that she has a weird medical fluke that makes her almost always show up as positive—we’re recommending to friends who want to go through all this that they test a few days before so folks have a chance to do a PCR test)
Anyway, I’ll post more in comments if I think of anything else and feel free to ask me questions! Good luck y’all, you can do it!
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2023.06.09 02:30 shuggahbear Dinner

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2023.06.09 02:24 sameersoi Propose proportions for this potent potable

Propose proportions for this potent potable
Enjoyed a cocktail called the “Cigar Box” that was created by a bartender at Revel Kitchen and Bar in Danville, CA. Each ingredient has a strong flavor profile but the drink some how ended up rather balanced with the smoke of the mezcal coming through nicely. Given the ingredient list do you have suggested proportions that would result in something reasonable?
  • Mezcal
  • Sweet vermouth
  • Fernet Branca
  • Amaro Nonino
  • Agave nectar
  • Angostoura and Peychaud’s
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2023.06.09 01:54 Usagi-Zakura I am a happy celiac ace... I found the mythical gluten free garlic bread.

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2023.06.09 01:41 LevelWhich7610 Finally got around to it and I made a Low FODMAP Chicken Tikka Masala so I can enjoy Indian food without dying lol. Recipe posted below and I'll share my personal alterations.

Finally got around to it and I made a Low FODMAP Chicken Tikka Masala so I can enjoy Indian food without dying lol. Recipe posted below and I'll share my personal alterations.
https://www.rachelpaulsfood.com/dr-rachels-favorite-low-fodmap-chicken-tikka-masala-recipe-gluten-free/
So first, I cut back on butter and did 2 tablespoons. It was a little dryer but I don't mind. Plus, I know that much butter that the recipe calls for would be harmful for my stomach.
I used only one large chicken breast and it was enough for what I did.
I can safely comsume all the listed spices as long as there is no onion or garlic so I actually did 2 full teaspoons of the cumin, cayene (a heaping teaspoon) and paprika. That is probably why my sauce was more dry too.
I can't have tomato due to acid issues so I made a more creamy dish instead. I mixed the cocunut with almond milk instead. Cut back on the cocunut as well. The fat can be high fodmap in higher quantities.
For my chicken marinade I threw chives into (they aree safe for me)
I had no yogurt left so I had to use sour cream and it worked nicely. I think I like t better actually.
At the end I shimmered everything together and threw some slivered almonds in.
For the rice if you are like me with hugh tolerance for other spices don't use pre mixed yellow curry. Make your own and omit the garlic and onion. And you can throw a good tablespoon of the curry mix into a cup of rice while it cooks
I hope some of you who love and miss indian food find this as tolerable as I do. Also my roommate thought I brought food home from Clay Oven when she walked in so I think this recipie is pretty decent and my stomach is happy so far!
You might want to try sweet potato and tamarind as a sauce base instead of tomato. That was a suggestion from a family member of mine. Remember to always change things to your personal needs for stomach safety and remove or substitute what doesn't work for you.
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2023.06.09 01:38 SlightlyFedUp Finally some success

I've been all over the place post my breakup and things my ex said to me on the last day really affected me alot. I was the dumper but cause of lots of reasons where my mental health and physical health was being affected.
I dealt with social anxiety my entire life and I've learnt to accept it and battle it. I was pretty open about it when I met her and told her all the things I've been trying to work on. She still used them against me and constantly told me I'm not a man cause I cannot plan anything. I generally get underconfident and nervous when it comes to picking places to eat, planning the weekends or small things like these. I've been working on it at therapy.
I recently went on a family trip to Japan and Los Angeles after that. The entire trip was planned by my father and me.
5 days in Tokyo and 3 days in Kyoto were interesting, all the way from food (we are vegetarian and my mother is gluten free so it's hard to find places) down to Sumo wrestling and teamsLab museum, I took care of it all. Learning my way around the metro, talking to new people using Google translate in Japanese and even organizing an entire Michelin star meal with authentic Japanese Zen meal was fun! By the end i was extremely confident and understood my way around both cities, from the shrines to the bamboo groves. There was even an issue with the hotel booking due to a system error, instead of panicking like usual I handled it on the spot and sorted it.
In LA I attended a wedding, Indian weddings are generally 3 days and with all the 300 people I ofcourse got nervous but I handled myself and had alot of fun. Reconnected with older mates and met new people. After the wedding I even connected with my ex boss whom I met for coffee and caught up with after 3.5 years!
As the trip is coming to an end and I'll be returning home in few days, I'm feeling satisfied that I'm not what she said to me and even if I am, the right person will accept it.
It's been 4.5 months since no contact and I'm feeling much better.
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2023.06.09 01:14 VioletAmethyst3 Grain grinders/flour making

Hi there! Does anyone in this community make their own gluten free flour and / or own a grain grinder? If so, what kind of grain grinders and gluten free flour recipes do you find to be the best? Thank you in advanced! 💜
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2023.06.09 01:07 SlightlyFedUp Finally some success

I've been all over the place post my breakup and things my ex said to me on the last day really affected me alot. I was the dumper but cause of lots of reasons where my mental health and physical health was being affected.
I dealt with social anxiety my entire life and I've learnt to accept it and battle it. I was pretty open about it when I met her and told her all the things I've been trying to work on. She still used them against me and constantly told me I'm not a man cause I cannot plan anything. I generally get underconfident and nervous when it comes to picking places to eat, planning the weekends or small things like these. I've been working on it at therapy.
I recently went on a family trip to Japan and Los Angeles after that. The entire trip was planned by my father and me.
5 days in Tokyo and 3 days in Kyoto were interesting, all the way from food (we are vegetarian and my mother is gluten free so it's hard to find places) down to Sumo wrestling and teamsLab museum, I took care of it all. Learning my way around the metro, talking to new people using Google translate in Japanese and even organizing an entire Michelin star meal with authentic Japanese Zen meal was fun! By the end i was extremely confident and understood my way around both cities, from the shrines to the bamboo groves. There was even an issue with the hotel booking due to a system error, instead of panicking like usual I handled it on the spot and sorted it.
In LA I attended a wedding, Indian weddings are generally 3 days and with all the 300 people I ofcourse got nervous but I handled myself and had alot of fun. Reconnected with older mates and met new people. After the wedding I even connected with my ex boss whom I met for coffee and caught up with after 3.5 years!
As the trip is coming to an end and I'll be returning home in few days, I'm feeling satisfied that I'm not what she said to me and even if I am, the right person will accept it.
It's been 4.5 months since no contact and I'm feeling much better.
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2023.06.09 00:58 sampiere_mimi Great for keeping perfume!

Great for keeping perfume!
From Amazon and cheap!
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2023.06.09 00:55 jmlaube729 Recently diagnosed

Hello, I was recently diagnosed with Graves (yesterday). I'm really overwhelmed with this and looking for support and advice. I have an appointment tomorrow to go over a treatment plan and I do have a list of questions for my dr as well. Can you treat Graves naturally or will I be on medication for the rest of my life? I read that gluten free diet helps and wondering if works for you.
Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. I am relieved I found answers to my symptoms. Anyone else struggle with humidity and heat? It's been a rough few months for me.
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2023.06.09 00:48 Moist_Man69420 GlutenFreeCactus!! (square, circle and triangle) I am opening submissions!

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2023.06.09 00:33 DucklumpsFannyPack I think I’m going to cry, felt bad after eating.

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2023.06.09 00:25 Training_Mastodon_33 Be careful out there!

I was at the grocery store and found a new flavor of chocolate bar in a display that advertised "Gluten free!" Initially it was so exciting to think of a new (to me) flavor of chocolate. But when I read the ingredients wheat was the 3rd thing on the list.
I told one of the stockers, and tried to be the most non-confrontational about it possible, but I felt I had to just in case someone more sensitive than myself got glutened. I know the celiac friends can take a really long time to recover.
Be careful and I guess still read the labels of stuff!
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2023.06.09 00:16 235-cactus Tarwi - lupino powder 8.82 oz

Tarwi - lupino powder 8.82 oz
Content: 100% Tarwi seed powder
Scientific Name: Lupinus mutabilis
Also Called: lupino, chocho o altramuz.
Varieties of Benefits :
✔ High amount of proteins.
✔ Show antioxidant effects.
✔ High calcium contain.
✔ High fiber content for good digestion.
✔ Helps lower triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood.
✔ Help improve the digestive system and intestinal flora.
✔️ It is gluten – free, and it is consumed as a nutritional supplement in juices and smoothies.
How to use: Add a tablespoon to smoothies, juices, shakes and many other recipes.
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2023.06.09 00:12 TheF0restSpirit What is "Cal" on this ingredient list?

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2023.06.09 00:11 Bilbokicks Best restaurants near Umraniye for a large group 10-15 to dine? Happy to travel by metro etc

Would love your recommendations lüften! Bonus points for anywhere that has gluten free options
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