For the past three years, results of a past medical test have occasionally been misinterpreted by non-GI physicians. I was aware of this situation (long story) but sometimes, a doctor would say, "you know you have Celiac, right?" (I don't) and to avoid gluten. I've always ignored their advice, knowing it wasn't valid, but with results of a new test pending, I thought it would be interesting to see what gluten free cookies taste like.
My only pet peeve has to do with product packaging, not the cookies themselves. The nutritional information printed on the box front boasts 110 calories and 1g of saturated fat per serving. Since this is before adding butter and egg, of course it won't be totally unhealthy. It's not a big deal for me, since I'm looking to gain weight, but I wanted to point this out for those of you who believe all nutritional facts on a box should be clear and honest. Not that this isn't honest, but it's shady.