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    1. Cackleannie added a post in a topic Carrabba's And Other Restaurants   

      I know what you mean about the yummy bread! Thought I'd tell you what I do...not nearly as good, but I still get the herbs&olive oil. I take two slices of gluten-free bread along in a sandwich bag. My favorite of all the breads is the rice-pecan...the rice almond isn't bad either. They are made with the brown rice flour, so don't crumble at the slightest touch as do the white rice breads. Even better, if you toast it ( lightly! ) before you go. ( Actually, I always lightly toast my bread before making a sandwich holds together much better, and the toasting enhances the flavor too. )
      I never have trouble after eating at the house salad!
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