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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Safe Food List At Vg's Foog Center

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Yesterday my husband and I went to VG's Food center and found a gluten free food list at the service counter. I thought this was very interesting. I am always looking for new things that are gluten-free, and different places that are easier to shop. When I picked up the list I was surprised to find that it was 2 pages long. It was organized by category, product, brand, and put into two very easy to read columns.

[url="|24667|1004120824|||"][u][b]Click here[/b][/u][/url] to go to their website. It also has a neat feature where u can build your own shopping list. I haven't used this much, but thought it was kinda cool.
I am sure most of you celiac's have resorted to lots of home cooking, like I have. We do go out to eat about twice a week, but it can be a toss up some days. I haven't been cross-contaminated in over 6 moths from a restaurant, but the fear still crosses my mind when someone suggests someplace new to eat.

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