We went to the Minnesota Irish Fair today. Archbishop Nienstedt said Mass (WOW!) and then we spent the whole morning and afternoon enjoying a FREE day. The fair is free. We brought our own lunch to avoid any allergens. It was lovely.
Unfortunately, we ended up blowing it tonight. We got rotisserie chicken and I didn't think to check the label. The seasoning had wheat. So, we'll have to see how he fares tomorrow.
Here's what he ate:
Cinnamon Chex with Rice Milk
Ham and Soy Cheese sandwich on BRM Wonderful Bread
French fries (had some from a vendor - may have had some wheat...)
Cotton Candy (a little bit)
Chocolate Rice Dream
Rice noodles with spaghetti sauce
Chicken Drum Stick
Pearson Mint patty
Bowl of Mother's Cereal with rice milk
Like I mentioned before, he's a big cereal eater. I just found a website that costs $4.95 a month that has 30,000 different items with allergen indicators. I'm considering the expense. I can do my research before heading to the grocery store. Trust me. The last thing I want to do is spend my time reading more labels in the store than I already do. The big gotcha's with Gluten Free (we're really just trying wheat free) are:
modified food starch
Those things can contain wheat. I've not been perfect at avoiding those items. So, perhaps my test isn't really a good test at all.
We'll see how the next week goes.