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  1. 1

    Bianca

    Love this post.

    1. Coffee. Can’t live without my coffee.
    2. Sugar. Can’t have my coffee w/o sugar.
    3. Milk. Can’t have my Cafe con Leche w/o milk (first 3 have to do with coffee. I love my cafe con leche)
    4. My german waffle like chocolate GF pastry. Little yet satisfying.
    5. Lots of fruit.
    6. Rice
    7. Lots of veggies
    8. Sangria. (Hey I live in Spain this is practically soda)
    9. Eggs
    10. Chicken Breast

    Ok so I have my meals, my snacks and my drinks. Sounds good:)

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    1. 1.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Dang…three items just for your coffee fix. Very impressive Bianca!!

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    2. 1.2

      jill zyvoloski

      Love this post. Getting great ideas for favorites that I need to try.
      I am taking a trip from my native Seattle to New Orleans soon & staying at a gluten-eating friend’s house.
      I am going to have a great time- hopefully at the Jazz Preservation Hall, Tipitina’s, Frenchman Street bars where my ears will be filled with the New Oleans experience which will make it OK, that my mouth abstain.

      A thin plastic cutting board so I don’t have to cause my hosts to feel strange- when I see that they’ve wiped down deeply creviced cutting surfaces with gluten infused cloths and sponges!
      Pack lots of Seattle’s Best, Tully’s ground coffee, & Seattle themed coffee mugs, as gifts. & to drink! (How I will miss my little home espresso maker)
      Little sacks of Gluten Freeda & Arrowhead Mills Quinoa & Oatmeal hot cereal. Very portable & all I need is a clean bowl.
      Hard veggie & fruits, apples, carrots, jicama, celery- cut up and hard-boiled eggs or GF jerky for when everyone else is snacking or eating at a restaurant that is dubious for me.
      Pack lots of Seattle’s Best, Tully’s ground coffee to share and as gifts.
      Think Thin pumpkin lean protein & fiber bars, Zing bars, or Laura fruit & nut Alt bars.
      Hopefully I find a jambalya & some cheesy grits, that are purportedly made GF, but also tote along Greek yogurts, in case I don’t. Trusting restaurants who say that know the drill, and then spending a few days feeling weird, has happened.
      I will NOT be getting their boiled peanuts as a snack this time. (Weird! peanuts should not be soft and slimy)
      I will bring Snyder’s Gluten Free Pretzel stix. Wonderful. So much more like regular ones than Glutino’s.
      Capsules of Probiotics, fish oils, digestives, Calcium, iron, vita D, Magnesium, GF vitamins, Cytomel & Lannet’s GF type thyroid. Found I’d been getting glutened for years on Levothyroxine (Osteoporosis, anemia,hypothyroid, low D)
      Jury is out on whether I bring my teeth aligning night guard. Will we ever know if the Methycrylate dental materials put gluten in our systems. Its a mine-field out there, y’all.

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  2. 2

    Peggy

    1. 60 iperespresso pods for a quad shot every morning!
    2. Bananas
    3. Blueberries
    4. Strawberries
    5. Blood Oranges
    6. Pomegranate roasted organic chicken breasts!!
    7. Kettle cuisine white chicken chili GF soups(the only thing I can eat of of a package, and it tastes fabulous)
    8. All natural GF peanut butter
    9. Celery sticks
    10. Garbanzo beans!!!!!

    That should get me through!!!

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    1. 2.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Very nice selection Peggy. Hopefully, they’ll be a blender on the island for all of that fruit.

      Reply
  3. 3

    Gaby

    I’m loving the lists! Here’s mine:

    1. Coffee
    2. Dark chocolate
    3. Red wine
    4. Trader Joe’s almond butter with flaxseed
    5. Udi’s Millet and Chia bread
    6. Great cheeses
    7. Eggs
    8. Chicken
    9. Steak
    10. Every veggie I can carry

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    1. 3.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Looks like celiacs definitely love their coffee and their alcohol!!

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      1. 3.1.1

        jill zyvoloski

        Sigh. I so wish Alcohol was on my list. I just wonder. Are any other Celiacs out there like me, in that drinking alcohol feels like you are burning your stomach with acid about 5 minutes after ingestion?
        After being misdiagnosed for about 10 years & then gong GF for the last 7, I lost the capacity to stomach any kind of adult beverages. Yes, the gastro-enterologist that did a repeat scope (7 years after original that dx’d Celiac) & said he didn’t know why and that things looked healed. Which is a “Yay”- but then added that in my case, I’d just better not drink. “Boo-hoo”

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  4. 4

    sushi girl

    1. Sushi
    2. Coffee with my fat free french vanilla creamer. (Hey, if the Dude can cheat…)
    3. Bananas
    4. Eggs
    5. Cheese!
    6. All the…
    7. …fixings for
    8. …a chopped salad!
    9. Wine :)
    10. SUSHI!!! Did I mention I really LOVE sushi?

    Hope someone remembers the sunscreen. :)

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    1. 4.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Ah…a woman after my own heart. But since I don’t have sushi in my home, I did not include. Maybe you’ll be making a pit stop on the way to the island. Nice call!

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  5. 5

    Sassy Celiactivist

    Hmmm…of the things that are in my kitchen right now:

    1. Bison Meat
    2. Coffee
    3. Eggs
    4. Frozen Blueberries
    5. Daiya gluten-free dairy-free soy-free Cheese
    6. NutraCleanse…honestly can`t live without this!
    7. Apples
    8. Rice Dream Enriched Vanilla
    9. It’s sort of a 3-way tie between beets, broccoli, and sweet potatoes
    10. The cure for Celiac Disease…cuz obviously I have that kickin’ around….wait, can I change my list?

    ;)

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    1. 5.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Ok…we’ve got our first entry with no alcohol and with bison meat. Not sure if that one will be matched. Love #10. Well played Sassy.

      Reply
  6. 6

    Melody

    1. Coffee….madcap coffee to be exact!
    2. dark chocolate
    3. greek yogurt
    4. oatmeal chocolate chip coooookies
    5. kale chips
    6. blueberries
    7. oatmeal
    8. almond milk
    9. bananas
    10. Chipsandsalsa…..see, that’s one thing ;)

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    1. 6.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Almond milk…of course. I can’t have my Gorilla Munch dry. And I now need to find kale chips, just so I can say I’ve had them.

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  7. 7

    Gluten Free

    1. Cider
    2. Pimms
    3. Steak
    4. Prawns
    5. Mussels
    6. Water
    7. Ice for the drinks lol
    8. Lemon mousse
    9. GF cake
    10. Potatoes

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    1. 7.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Steak, prawns and mussels, washed down with some Pimms. Very, very nice.

      Reply
  8. 8

    Gillian Young

    -Justin’s almond butter
    -Wine
    -Chocolate
    -Refried Beans
    -Valentia’s hot sauce
    -Almond milk
    -Hemp seeds
    -Maple syrup
    -Larabars
    -More wine

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    1. 8.1

      The Gluten Dude

      I gotta ask…what’s the maple syrup for? Do you drink it straight??

      Reply
      1. 8.1.1

        Gillian Young

        Yes, I chug it right out of the bottle, I’m Canadian!

        Not really – but I use it in everything! To sweeten coffee, oats, cereal, fruit salad…you name it!

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  9. 9

    Alissa

    Great blog, and great question!
    1. Coffee, with its friends cream and sugar
    2. Udi’s blueberry muffins
    3. Gorilla Munch!
    4. Potatoes in just about any form
    5. Almond milk
    6. Bacon
    7. Meat! Bring on the steaks!
    8. Sweet Ali’s cupcakes
    9. Enjoy Life! Rice milk chocolate bars
    10. A vat of moscato. Any kind will do. As long as there is a lot of it.

    Reply
    1. 9.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Yes…a fellow Gorilla Muncher. And I needed to Google moscato.

      Love your blog too. Good sense of humor. And if you do decide to start “Celiac Attack”, I’m in.

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  10. 10

    Ginger

    coffee
    Trader Joes gluten free vanilla coffee creamer
    sweet potatoes
    dried salame
    cheese
    bag of apples
    bag of green beans
    bag of almonds
    bag of dried fruit
    milk chocolate bars

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    1. 10.1

      The Gluten Dude

      A fine mix of healthy foods and a little indulgence Ginger.

      Reply
  11. 11

    AJ

    I’m reading your blog for the first time today, and starting from the very first entry.

    There is so much mention of ‘Gorilla Munch’ I had to finally Google it.

    Not gonna lie – the urban dictionary definition had me laughing. Also, it’s slightly NSFW in reading form.

    But, now I know what Gorilla Munch actually is, thanks to that search!

    Thank you for this blog.

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    1. 11.1

      The Gluten Dude

      Thanks AJ. I actually stopped eating the Gorilla Munch, as I’ve given up grains and corn in my neverending search for good health.

      Reply
  12. 12

    patrycja

    Maybe the deserted island is full of people by now and there is no place for me ;) But here is my list:
    1.almond milk
    2.fruits (banans,apples,mango etc.)
    3.lentils
    4.rice
    5.veggies
    6.olive oil
    7. tea
    8.Larar bars
    9.Glutino chocoalte fudge mix with egg replacer
    10. and computer so I can check dudes blog every day ;)

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    1. 12.1

      The Gluten Dude

      There is always room for more :)

      And I love #10 :)

      Reply
  13. 13

    momof8-Paula

    love the lists .. Is there room for one more this Island????
    what I have to have to survive that is in my house right now..
    1. COFFEE, coconut milk/honey and or coconut sugar- cheating but I need all 3 to have coffee so it counts as one.:)
    2.bone broth
    3.eggs
    4. bacon
    5. lots of frozen veggies
    6. berries
    7.coconut oil
    8. Hershey’s cocoa
    9. ummm do vitamins, probiotics and ferments count some where on this list????????????????
    10, my husband -so he can keep me supplied in fish from the ocean and clean them for me. ;)

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    1. 13.1

      Gluten Dude

      Bringing the hubbie…good call.

      Reply
  14. 14

    momof8-Paula

    Coconut flour- can I add that one on there too.. this grain free girl needs cupcakes one in a while ;) or just maybe coconuts-from them I can get milk, oil, flour, sugar

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  15. 15

    AmandaonMaui

    If we’re going off what we have in house, I’ll go with:

    1. Caffeine Free Chai Tea
    2. Sweet Dreams Tea
    3. Panda Puffs
    4. Chocolate
    5. Peanut Butter
    6. Bananas
    7. Udi’s Hamburger Buns
    8. Organic Maui Beef
    9. Ketchup
    10. Mustard

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  16. 16

    Megan Clampitt

    1. espresso
    2. sweet tea!
    3. baked potatoes haha?
    4. bananas
    5. A TON OF WATER
    6. salad
    7. my fiance
    8. my phone
    10. hair conditioner

    priorites people lol

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  17. 17

    Tammy

    Ok first off, i just discovered your website / blog and LOVE IT! Thank you!!!!

    Secondly, this really makes me think. 10 things huh? I’m assuming that since I am so late in the game, y’all have been rescued off the island and there are leftovers of the staple ingredients, including the all-important COFFEE, and the freezer is still packed with frozen veggies and meat, so here is what I’m bringing to supplement:

    1. Almond Milk
    2. Tons of fresh/frozen berries
    3. Organic Apples
    4 . Almond Butter to dip the apples in
    5. Dark Chocolate-Cherry Kind Bars
    6. Quinoa for protein
    7. LOTS of mixed greens!
    8. A quart of homemade salad dressing
    9. Eggs
    10. Organic Corn Chips, gotta feed that salty/crunchy craving!

    Reply
    1. 17.1

      Gluten Dude

      Nope…no rescue yet…still here ;)

      Reply
  18. 18

    eleshia

    I love this blog.
    I’m sending my seven year old daughter to this island (she’s the celiac).
    1. Cocoa Pebbles
    2. Chocolate milk
    3. Udi’s millet and chia bread
    4. Peanut butter
    5. Apples (with the juicer)
    6. Chicken legs
    7. Pamelas ginger mini snapz
    8. Popcorn and popper
    9. Chef salad fixings
    10. Eggs

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  19. 19

    Andi

    1. Canyon Bakehouse 7 Grain Bread and/or Cinnamon Raisin
    (I can’t believe no one else posted this. If you ever try it, you’ll NEVER go back to your old bread!!!)…toasted (There will be a dedicated toaster on the island, I’m sure)
    2. Almond Butter or Natural PB with NO hydrogenated oils
    3. Fresh, sliced nectarines or oranges for on top the toast & AB/PB
    4. A hen that will lay fresh eggs EVERYDAY
    5. Water
    6. Organic mixed greens w/ Brianna’s Poppyseed Dressing…my favorite!
    8. Planters Cashews
    9. Traditional Medicinals Ginger Aid Digestive Tea
    10. Blue Bunny All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream

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  20. 20

    Stephanie

    I’m thinking…
    1. More coffee
    2. A cow – so we can all have milk (for the coffee), cheese & butter!!!
    3. LOTS of chickens – for eggs and eating!!
    4. My GF flour blend (like 10 lbs!)
    5. Coconut oil
    6. Lemons, limes and oranges (citrus counts as 1 right??)
    7.10 lbs of enjoy life chocolate chips
    8. 10 lbs of raw sugar (or honey or maple syrup – I can’t decided!)
    9. Bacon
    10. Vodka

    I’m pretty sure between this stuff and the things naturally found on/around an island I can make anything my stomach desires!

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    1. 20.1

      Gluten Dude

      You could combine 9 and 10 and that would free you up for another item. Just sayin ;)

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      1. 20.1.1

        Stephanie

        Mmmmm…. Bacon vodka….

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  21. 21

    Karen

    1. glutino English muffins
    2. sweet allies pound cake
    3. raspberry jam
    4. diet coke
    5. lactose free milk
    6. tapioca pudding
    7. blakes chicken pot pie
    8. rice chex cereal
    9. corn tortillas
    10. hot dogs

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  22. 22

    Filter Plate

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  23. 23

    Bone gelatin

    The company covers an area of more than 50 mu. Daily output is 5 tons for edible gelatine and 5 tons for pharmaceutical and industrial grad gelatine. It was the first enterprise to pass gelatine export qualification register certificate from Export and Import Inspection and Quarantine of People’s Republic of China. Code is 1300DZ0201. The company adheres to business tenet of quality oriented and credit first to constantly increase reform strength and improve product quality. The company actively exploits domestic and foreign markets under the support of domestic and foreign customers. Our image and products has obtained high reputation and popularity at home and abroad. Product quality gets deeply trust and good evaluation from customers. Eighty percent of edible gelatine and industrial gelatins are exported to international market. We sincerely invite friends at home and abroad to guide and visist, and cooperate with us to create a better future.

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  24. 24

    Rubber Hose

    The company covers 36000 square meters, including the building area of 25,000 square meters.

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  25. 25

    nitrocellulose

    HEBEI JINWEI CHEMICAL CO., LIMITED is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial nitrocellulose, a film forming resin used in the inks and coatings market. It is a high quality, supremely flexible material that demonstrates outstanding functionality, excellent value for money and high standards of safety. It delivers genuine competitive advantages.

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