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Highest gluten content foods

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Created October 30, 2013 at 8:31 PM

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on October 31, 2013
at 10:30 PM

yes, "vital" - that's your tongue right there telling you from the nasty flavor that it's good for you, uh huh, if it tastes terrible, unlike bacon, it must be good for you... trololololo, thanks for playing.

96440612cf0fcf366bf5ad8f776fca84

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on October 31, 2013
at 10:28 PM

Yes, healthy healthy lung friendly cigarettes!

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:58 PM

It's not killing the Japanese, Bukowski. Or the French, who use high gluten to make their bread stretchy. Vital wheat gluten, like soy protein isolate, is very nasty tasting by the spoonful, though.

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:53 PM

Sorry raydawg, but 70,000,000 Japanese don't believe in the wheat-belly fairy. Seitan is part of the magic diet that gives them the world's best longevity. It goes with cigarettes.

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:18 PM

Judging from the ratings nobody got sick from it. It's actually a pretty good advice. First test if something makes you problems before just eliminating it.

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:10 PM

ROFL that's hillarious. I have to say if I opened my door and saw a bag of gluten I'd start to think someone was REALLY out to get me.

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:02 PM

This. I'll keep the name in mind, and I have an idea where to find it. Thank you.

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on October 31, 2013
at 07:50 PM

Thanks, I'll keep the name in mind.

This would be the answer, but I marked the other one before :/

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on October 30, 2013
at 11:14 PM

lol, would be a nice prank to leave a bag of this on your paleo friends doorstep.... as a warning if they ever cross you!

im sure just the sight of this product would kill dave asprey :D

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on October 30, 2013
at 10:59 PM

Holy... that exists.

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on October 30, 2013
at 10:20 PM

Silly question, actually

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on October 30, 2013
at 09:28 PM

Well, that "from" remark means I failed my search, it seems.

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on October 30, 2013
at 08:31 PM

I realize this idea is far from ideal, but I'm looking for things simple enough that I won't fail to try.

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7904c7276d7e48f1be887fabd263bfd9

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on October 30, 2013
at 09:00 PM

00 flour, aka high gluten flour, used to make chewy doughs.

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on February 17, 2014
at 09:32 AM

@JohnRKD

This sounds a little drastic. You have a computer right? Order from the internet if you have no stores. Going gluten free is as simple as meat, fruit and veg - but that sounds like Paleo doh. Sorry to sound as if I'm making fun of you but the implications of what you are attempting to do is life long and scare the pants of me.

Seriously take a look at these sites below and see where your finger take you. Best of luck and good health!!!!!!

http://www.coeliacsmatter.com/index.html

http://fabulouslyfreefrom.wordpress.com/

http://nomnompaleo.com/resources

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:51 PM

Eat some seitan. It's at least 75% gluten.

http://www.westsoytofu.com/products/seitan.html

You could use this stuff for an N=1 home experiment. If you want it to taste good have it a Japanese restaurant. If you want it to taste bad have it at a vegan restaurant.

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on October 31, 2013
at 11:16 AM

If you really want to really fuck yourself over, go find a vegan store and ask for seitan - or order it online. It's a processed food like substance that's over 90% gluten. Robb Wolf has been heard calling it "The Devil's Excrement" - I tend to agree.

Good luck to you, I've no idea why anyone would want to do this to themselves, but here you are.

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:02 PM

This. I'll keep the name in mind, and I have an idea where to find it. Thank you.

4f89d3f0fdd021e3ff65c7c7782f1851

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on October 31, 2013
at 07:50 PM

Thanks, I'll keep the name in mind.

This would be the answer, but I marked the other one before :/

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:53 PM

Sorry raydawg, but 70,000,000 Japanese don't believe in the wheat-belly fairy. Seitan is part of the magic diet that gives them the world's best longevity. It goes with cigarettes.

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on October 30, 2013
at 10:49 PM

If you really want to conduct this experiment, eat healthy otherwise but supplement with something like PURE GLUTEN for a few weeks/month or just a couple days if it makes you sick.

Buy this: http://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Red-Mill-22-Ounce-Packages/dp/B000EDK5LM/ref=sr_1_1?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1383173229&sr=1-1&keywords=gluten

Eat it as a supplement and see if it makes you feel like shit.

7904c7276d7e48f1be887fabd263bfd9

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on October 30, 2013
at 11:14 PM

lol, would be a nice prank to leave a bag of this on your paleo friends doorstep.... as a warning if they ever cross you!

im sure just the sight of this product would kill dave asprey :D

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on October 31, 2013
at 08:18 PM

Judging from the ratings nobody got sick from it. It's actually a pretty good advice. First test if something makes you problems before just eliminating it.

4f89d3f0fdd021e3ff65c7c7782f1851

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on October 30, 2013
at 10:59 PM

Holy... that exists.

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on October 30, 2013
at 09:00 PM

Common foods containing high amounts of gluten include pastas, breads, baked goods, crackers, cereal, granola, breading mixes, beer and sauces. It is vital for those with a gluten allergy to examine the food label and identify ingredients containing gluten. Wheat, barley and rye top the list of common offenders. Most flours -- durum, emmer, semolina, spelt, farina, faro, graham, triticale and malt -- are important to spot on the label as they are also rich sources of gluten.

From Livestrong.com

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on October 30, 2013
at 09:28 PM

Well, that "from" remark means I failed my search, it seems.

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