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Old 01-24-2013, 02:14 PM   #65141
 
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Thank you ruralcurls. I guess even though I said I didn't expect any answers, I needed someone to respond the way you did. Thank you so very much. It helped. {{{Ruralcurls}}} thanks again.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:32 PM   #65142
 
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Turns out I might be allergic to Sulfites. The list of foods is super long. Is is sad that the first thing I looked for a replacement for is wine.

I have to watch out for...

salads
salad bars
pizza
pasta
instant tea and coffee
cake mixes
pie dough
dried cod
shellfish
canned and bottled juices
fruit (cut-up fresh, purees, fillings, maraschino)
Vegetables (frozen, cut-up fresh, canned, dried)
fresh mushrooms
soups
sugar
gelatin
pototoes (frozen, dried, canned, cut up fresh)
sauces and gravies
cole slaw and sauerkraut
snack foofs
ginger ale
colas
beer
Cider
wine
avocado dip
cornstach
dried fruits (except raisins)
Jellies and jams
crackers
pickles
corn syrup
pectin
lemon juice
molasses
grape juice
pickled coctail onions
wine vinegar
grapes
malt vinegar
coconut
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:38 PM   #65143
 
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Oh my word, Scrills! Have mercy, that's a long list.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:41 PM   #65144
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I hope you're not allergic to that list Scrill. Cuz the only thing youll be able to digest is water
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:45 PM   #65145
 
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I was terribly betrayed by someone whom I loved, trusted, gave money to for years. I mentioned this a while back. Not a day goes by that I don't think of it, even though I try to forget.

Today for a certain reason, the details hit me in the face again. How do you get over being terribly betrayed by someone? Don't expect an answer, just venting. I no longer trust my own judgement about people since he fooled me so terribly. I wasted my life on him, literally. Very bitter pill to swallow.

ETA: I just found it he did it to others too.
CP, I cannot fathom that some idiot would want to try and get over on someone as sweet, thoughtful and kind as you. Take solace in the fact, that the worst is behind you and the world can see him for the jerk he truly is.
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:46 PM   #65146
 
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Turns out I might be allergic to Sulfites. The list of foods is super long. Is is sad that the first thing I looked for a replacement for is wine.

I have to watch out for...

salads
salad bars
pizza
pasta
instant tea and coffee
cake mixes
pie dough
dried cod
shellfish
canned and bottled juices
fruit (cut-up fresh, purees, fillings, maraschino)
Vegetables (frozen, cut-up fresh, canned, dried)
fresh mushrooms
soups
sugar
gelatin
pototoes (frozen, dried, canned, cut up fresh)
sauces and gravies
cole slaw and sauerkraut
snack foofs
ginger ale
colas
beer
Cider
wine
avocado dip
cornstach
dried fruits (except raisins)
Jellies and jams
crackers
pickles
corn syrup
pectin
lemon juice
molasses
grape juice
pickled coctail onions
wine vinegar
grapes
malt vinegar
coconut
What, you can't take a pill, get a shot? OMG!
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:51 PM   #65147
 
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^^no pill, no shot. Just a lot of label reading

that list is insane. Hopefully I can find sulfite free labels. Until then, it shall be meat, cheese and rice for me. oh and fresh fruits and veggies (that aren't mushrooms). sigh


D@mn you people and your need to make non-fresh foods like fresh.
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^^no pill, no shot. Just a lot of label reading

that list is insane. Hopefully I can find sulfite free labels. Until then, it shall be meat, cheese and rice for me. oh and fresh fruits and veggies (that aren't mushrooms). sigh


D@mn you people and your need to make non-fresh foods like fresh.
But, but, no wine (as I whine)!
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:57 PM   #65149
 
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I'm really sad about the Cider. off to find a sulfite free label
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Something you might be interested in Scrills:

Sulfite Free Wine | Wine, Buy Wine, Search Wine | Wines.com

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That being said, there are a number of wineries who make it a policy not to utilize sulphur in either the vineyard or in the winery, and so there is just the bare, natural minimum in their wines. Frog’s Leap (who makes terrific Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon) and Frey (best for their Zinfandel and Petite Sirah) in California, for instance, follow that regime.
Richard Grant Wrotham Pinot may also be a solution...
I looked it up because I knew a mead brewer a few years ago that said he was going to have to start putting sulfites in his mead soon because he was selling it more and more across country, the same they do with wines apparently.
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I was terribly betrayed by someone whom I loved, trusted, gave money to for years. I mentioned this a while back. Not a day goes by that I don't think of it, even though I try to forget.

Today for a certain reason, the details hit me in the face again. How do you get over being terribly betrayed by someone? Don't expect an answer, just venting. I no longer trust my own judgement about people since he fooled me so terribly. I wasted my life on him, literally. Very bitter pill to swallow.

ETA: I just found it he did it to others too.
CP, I cannot fathom that some idiot would want to try and get over on someone as sweet, thoughtful and kind as you. Take solace in the fact, that the worst is behind you and the world can see him for the jerk he truly is.
Juanab, such good advice. Thank you for responding and reminding me that I am stronger!!! The worst is indeed behind me, and I take solace from the fact that I found out over 3 years ago and I got through the terrible shock and pain. Bless you!
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:55 PM   #65152
 
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Scrills, you could shorten that list by just saying:

Food and drinks.


What does this allergy do? Bc I may consider just dealing with it.



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Dang, scrills! I thought having to keep an eye out for nuts was bad, but that's such a huge list. I would cry.
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I know I just posted this, but this is for curlypearl.

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so after tomorrow I'll officially be halfway done with my senior year!!!!!

i don't think my joy is coming through I AM ALMOST FINISHED WITH HIGH SCHOOL Y'ALL.
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That being said, there are a number of wineries who make it a policy not to utilize sulphur in either the vineyard or in the winery, and so there is just the bare, natural minimum in their wines. Frog’s Leap (who makes terrific Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon) and Frey (best for their Zinfandel and Petite Sirah) in California, for instance, follow that regime.
Richard Grant Wrotham Pinot may also be a solution...
I looked it up because I knew a mead brewer a few years ago that said he was going to have to start putting sulfites in his mead soon because he was selling it more and more across country, the same they do with wines apparently.
Thanks. It appear whole foods has a whole section of sulfite free wines. I picked up 3 bottles of cider. I will drink my sorrows away (because you know, i cant eat anything)

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Scrills, you could shorten that list by just saying:

Food and drinks.


What does this allergy do? Bc I may consider just dealing with it.



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Ha. It makes my throat close up and my chest sore. Its part of this two year "sore throat" ive been dealing with.

Trying to forget about and eat what i want leaves me in pain for days

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eeek! my poor scrills!



i'd be looking for a wine too!!!!

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Dang, scrills! I thought having to keep an eye out for nuts was bad, but that's such a huge list. I would cry.
i know. I just have to think about it this way, avoid everything that comes pre-packaged


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Scrills, you said you "might" be allergic to sulfites. Can you get tested at an allergist before you have to go on the world's worst diet?

Also, is there some way you could overcome this allergy, if it turns out that you are allergic - having the allergist treat it some way? Like people who handle snakes become immune to snake venom by having tiny amounts injected over time.

I feel badly for you!
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