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PostSubject: BreakFast!   Wed Oct 10, 2007 11:23 pm

So many things that are for breakfast also contain gluten. I have been hunting down what I can for something to eat besides eggs.

I have found a few things

Enjoy Life! Natural Brands -Seems to be a great company. They make cereal/ snack/ b'fast bars that are:


  • GF
  • Vegan
  • Pareve Kosher
  • Allergen free - wheat, dairy, nuts, peanuts, soy, fish and shellfish and egg
  • Made in a bakery that does routine testing for: gluten, casein, peanut and soy protein

I had their caramel apple bar , it wasn't bad, kinda small so eat something more for b'fast but this will get you going.

Cal:110, vzg 25 Protein and fiber 2 %

Grain: Rice, apples and fig and date paste main ingredients
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PostSubject: Cereals- Hot   Wed Oct 10, 2007 11:33 pm

Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes Gluten-Free Hot Cereal
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Ancient Harvest brand in a 12oz box. Kosher Certified by KOAOA- Kosher Overseers (Kosher-Parve) Highest in protein of the world's grains,ontains all 10 amino acids. 50% higher in Fiber than Wheat. Wheat free and gluten free. Quinoa flakes are low in sodium and contain no cholesterol. Light and tasty and easy to digest. Cooks in 90 seconds.


Barkat Porridge Flakes Gluten-Free Hot Cereal
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Ingredients: Organic Rice Flakes, Orgic Millet Flakes, Agar-Agar.
Nu-World Foods Amaranth Berry Delicious Gluten-Free Hot Cereal

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Certified Kosher by Chicago Rabbinical Council

Contains NO: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Egg, Soy, Fish, Shellfish. Made without: Casein, Sesame Seed,
Potato, Corn, Sulfites. Absolutely NO artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives used.

Strict gluten-free and allergen-free manufacturing practices are followed to
ensure the finest quality and integrity in every Nu-World product.

Nu-World Foods has created delicious whole grain cereals that let you eat the foods you like and provide you with the best fuel for your body.

7 single serving packets per box. Each packet has 3g fiber, 4g protein,
is high in iron (28% DV), and 96% less sugar than the leading brands.

Made with whole grain organic amaranth - 22g of whole grains per serving.

Ingredients: Whole Grain Organic Amaranth, Beet Powder, Evaporated Cane Juice, Natural Flavors, Natural Blueberry Flakes.

Also Cinnamon delight and Amaranth flavors
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PostSubject: Cereals - Cold   Wed Oct 10, 2007 11:39 pm

Enjoy Life Foods Cinnamon Crunch Granola Gluten-Free Cereal


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Our motto is 'free of everything but taste'. Everything we make is produced
in our own dedicated gluten-free and peanut-free facility. We built our
kitchenfrom scratch, to ensure no cross-contamination from wheat or
other allergens. Additionally, we require that each and every supplier
certify the purity of the ingredients they provide. For extra quality
assurance, we use only KOSHER and NON-GMO ingredients. We do not use
refined white sugars or hydrogenated oil and, wherever possible, use
ingredients that are naturally rich in good stuff - like fiber,
protein, and omega-3's. We also fortify some products with important
vitamins & minerals. Kosher Certified.Ingredients: Brown
Rice Flakes; Rice Bran; Evaporated Cane Juice; Brown Rice Syrup;
Raisins (sulfite free); Water; Tapioca Flour; Coconut (sulfite free),
Cinnamon, Gum Arabic, Vanilla, Molasses, Golden Flaxseed, Rosemary
Extract, Vitamins & Minerals: Calcium; Magnesium; Vitamin C; Niacin
(Vitamin B3); Iron; Vitamin B6; Riboflavin (Vitamin B2); Thiamin
(Vitamin B1); Folate.
Comes also in Cranapple and Very Berry flavors too!
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Kay's Naturals Better Balance Apple Cinnamon Gluten-Free Cereal - OU certified


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Gluten Free, No trans fat, made with all natural ingredients. Better
Balance cereals help you maintain balance without giving up satisfying
favorites.

Shelf Life: approx 8 months.

Ingredients: soy
protein isolate, yellow corn flour, rice flour, tapioca starch, inulin,
pea fiber, natural honey, evaporated cane juice, dehydrated apple
pieces, canola oil, cinnamon powder, vanilla extract, natural
flavorings, baking powder, double-acting leavening agents, salt.
Comes in French Vanilla and Honey Almond too!

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Perky's Frosted O's Gluten-Free Cereal

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This breakfast cereal is Kosher Certified: Chicago Rabbinical
Council (Kashruth). NO: Gluten, wheat, dairy, casein, egg, soy,
peanuts, tree nuts, yeast, hydrogenated oil, artificial anything, or
worries-made in a nut-free facility. VEGAN,Vitamin fortified. Made
in a facility that also manufactures products containing soy &
gluten. Strict manufacturing and sanitation practices are employed to
prevent cross-contamination. This product is routinely batch-tested for
gluten. Shelf life - 6 months. Ingredients: Whole sorghum
flour, organic powdered sugar (evaporated organic cane juice, organic
corn starch), rice flour, sunflower oil, tapioca starch, evaporated
cane juice, salt, calcium, magnesium, niacin (vitamin B3), iron,
Vitamin B6, thiamine mononitrate (Vit B1), riboflavin (Vit B2) and
folate.

Source for all these above - http://www.glutenfreemall.com/catalog/cereals-c-37.html

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Arrowhead Mills-Puffed Millet Cereal

Arrowhead Mills Organic Hot Cereal, Rice & Shine, 24-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)
Ingredients: organic brown rice grits. Wheat free made with non-gluten ingredients.
Erewhon Brown Rice Cream Hot Cereal, Organic, 16-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6) low fat, no sald Certified organic by Oregon Tilth

Arrowhead Mills - Maple Buckwheat Flakes Cereal - Kosher, organic GF
Ingredients: organic whole grain buckwheat grits, organic whole grain
brown rice flour, organic evaporated cane juice, organic whole grain
buckwheat flour, organic maple syrup, sea salt, honey, ascorbic acid
(vit.C) and natural vit. E (to preserve freshness).

Arrowhead Mills - Rice Flakes Cereal - Sweetened - Organic Kosher Ingredients: organic whole grain brown rice grits, organic evaporated
cane juice, organic whole grain brown rice flour, organic maple syrup,
sea salt, honey, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and natural Vitamin E (to
preserve freshness).

Wheat Free, Made With Non-Gluten Ingredients.

Organic Corn Flakes - Fruit Juice Sweetened-

  • Low Fat
  • Lacto-ovo Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Low Sodium
  • Made with Gluten Free Ingredients
  • Wheat Free
  • Kosher - OU
  • Organic
  • No Cholesterol
  • Dairy Free
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Organic Brown Rice Crisps - Fruit Juice Sweetened - same criteria above


Health Valley products
[b]Corn Crunch-ems Gf, Kosher, organic


http://www.food4celiacs.com/news/2003-10.pdf








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PostSubject: More Cold cereals   Thu Oct 11, 2007 3:51 pm

EnviroKidz Organic Koala Crisp cereal -- No additives, or preservatives, 1% sales donated to wildlife Certified Organic, Certified Kosher by Vaad Ha'ir of Winnipeg.

REVIEW- I'm eating some right now. Smile This cereal is very close to Cocoa Krispies if you like that. I have n't had it for years. This of course is much better as it is organic. It comes in a great fun box for children with games and puzzles inside as well as outside, truly a multitask package! No Preservatives, no Additives. just Org brown rice flour, evaporated cane juice, org cocoa, nat chocolate flavor, sea salt, org molassaes and org rice bran extract.

This cereal is pretty good, especially if you need a chocolate fix. I like it because it isn't too sweet, I don't like sweetened cereals, never ate sugar on my cereal, cringed when I first saw my husband do it, refused to let him teach that to my son. Wink

ALLERGIN NOTE: Made in facility that contains peanuts, tree nuts and Soy

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GLUTINO- GF cereal, - Honey nut - these are little cheerios like circles. Main ingredient Corn ( flour) corn starch, cane juice, canola oil, Vit E , part defatted lmond meanl, honey nut flavour, almonds, honey, baking powder, salt

ALLERGIN ALERT: May contain traces of sesame, soy and milk

This isn't organic, and this cereal I haven't been able to find a hecksher on. I don't really care too much for this cereal, as it is too sweet for me. It has flecks of brown which are probably the almonds, but honey and cane juice amounts are too much. Very crunchy though and stays crunchy in milk awhile.
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PostSubject: Hot Cereal   Thu Oct 11, 2007 8:55 pm

Here's a HOT cereal not mentioned. Buckwheat.

I have Cream of Buckwheat, from Pocono Heart of Buckwheat Brand. It is Organic, Wheat and GF, OU certified, fat free, sodium free.

This can be used like other hot cereals or you can make it like grits, or cook it and cool it overnight in a loaf pan and then slice and coat with some rice flour and fry like fried grits. Or use like polenta.

You can get it at Amazon or here https://tbmpy.com/product_organic.htm

They also have kasha , grosts and flours, here is their home site

http://www.poconofoods.com/

They even give away free recipes with their buckwheat flour.

There is a recipe for classic Varnishkes too!
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PostSubject: Granola   Mon Oct 15, 2007 8:13 pm

Looks like a good site Yentl! thank you for sharing it.
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I could have posted this with the cold cereals but some like to eat this without milk so its separte and not really a cereal.

I found this in the store a few days ago.

Bakery on Main
Gourmet natural

It's not organic, but at least it uses a no GMO canola oil.

Their main site http://www.bakeryonmain.com/
On the front page you can join the Eat better live better club and receive coupons and other offers, recipes, etc.

Their GF granola comes in many flavors




Lightly scented with orange and loaded with roasted cashews and dried
cranberries for a delicious snack or breakfast. Made with unrefined
sugar and Non-GMO expeller

pressed canola oil.




Price: $6.49 Ea.



Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits








Real dried bananas, roasted sliced Brazil nuts and coconut.



Price: $6.49 Ea.



Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits











Delicious cinnamon toasted corn and rice clusters with tart unsulphured
apples and plump raisins make a great start for your busy day. Made
with unrefined sugar and Non- GMO expeller pressed canola oil.




Price: $6.49 Ea.



Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits











We gently toast corn, rice, sesame, sunflower, and flax seeds into
golden clusters of crunchy goodness. Then we add plump cranberries,
almonds and pecans for a delicious snack or breakfast cereal.




Price: $6.49 Ea.



Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits











A taste explosion of almonds, brazilnuts, pecans, walnuts, filberts,
cranberries, raisins, coconut, and apricots all mixed with our
trademark crunchy corn, rice and seed clusters. WOW!



Price: $6.49 Ea.



Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits
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PostSubject: Re: BreakFast!   Tue Oct 16, 2007 8:09 am

Glutino makes a honey nut cereal!?!?! and how did I miss that!?? Mad

The cereals we have here are not that great compared to the selection in the US, since most people want something Muesli like, especially if going "healthy". Me, I want my EnviroKidz and Arrowhead Mills cereals.. I don't care they cost about 4$ a box.. it's better than getting plain corn flakes that you have to put tons of sugar on to have any taste (even in whole milk!).

3 Pauly is one GF company here that puts out cereal, one of which being the corn flakes that have no milk, eggs or malt. It has Corn, topinambour syrup and iodised common salt.

www.3pauly.de

The closest thing to the chocolate Envirokidz cereal we have is put out by Sun-Sol (www.glutenfree.sunsol.net) and this one has rice, sugar, cocoa, palm oil, and soy lecthicin.

Unfortunately again with the no certification..

The good thing though here, is they will list if something is containing milk or meat, or soy. They aren't as careful with listing corn products though, I guess because they don't think of it much as an allergen here.

I'll keep an eye out for glutino cereals now that I know they have a honey nut 'cheerio'..
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PostSubject: Review Bakery on Main Granola   Wed Feb 06, 2008 4:37 pm

It was very expensive and I didn't think worth it, but give it a try. I got stuff with environkidz koala crisp and that's where I've stayed. I ate up my last box and we have no money till payday so I found this bag of granola sitting there and decided to give it a try!

I'm sure glad I did, I had this one:





A taste explosion of almonds, brazilnuts, pecans, walnuts, filberts,
cranberries, raisins, coconut, and apricots all mixed with our
trademark crunchy corn, rice and seed clusters. WOW!

Price: $6.49 Ea. Available in 12 oz bag

Nutrition Facts Health Benefits
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REVIEW: By far this is the best granola I've ever had! As you can see by the ingredients above it's packed with all kinds of goodies, and they don't skimp. I've had it quite awhile and it was very fresh tasting, crunchy, no rancidness , whic I could expect with all the nuts. This stuff is great! I had it in milk but would have it plain, or now I am looking for a recipe that uses granola in it, maybe some type of bread or muffin?

I sure reccomend this, even at the price, it is certainly worth it!

There is a club online advertised on the bag, I think I'll join and get the $1.50 coupon off my next purchase because now I am sure I will be making one! Smile

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PostSubject: Bakery on Main - Review Cranberry Orange Cashew   Tue May 20, 2008 8:21 pm

I finally got around to buying another bag of trhe Extreme and also picked up a bag of the Cranberry Orange Cashew. It is just as good as the extreme. Very fresh and tasty. Like it was just made. I have to stop myself from eating too much of this. The cranberries aren't tart and are plentiful, the cashews I've only come across one so far. There are these little disc shaped pieces in there that are crispy and make a fine addition to it.

good stuff, put some in a baggie and go. It will stay in your purse for a quick pick me up till dinner! A- OK

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