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kikis

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  1. Do you have a Buffalo Wild Wings there? If you do the spicy garlic sauce is gluten free and taste really good! I always get it when I go there. You can get a bottle of it.
  2. I am the only one in my family so far that knows that they have celiac disease. We think that my younger sister does, but she just is too stubern and doesn't want to change what she eats. I am a little nervous about our cake because it will probably be just me and my fiance that will eat it. We are going to freeze the top tier.
  3. Wow, I can't believe I found someone that lives close to me! I live in Eau Claire. I moved here a little over two years ago and I haven't found anyone with Celiac Disease around here. I moved from La Crosse and there was at least a support group there. I also shop at Festival Foods. It's the only place around that I know of that has the most gluten-free products. There is a bakery in West Salem that makes gluten-free items. I am ordering my gluten-free wedding cake from them. It's called Linda's Bakery. Very good!
  4. Hi everyone, This is my first post. I am getting married in July and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what to do with my cake. We ordered a gluten-free 2 tier cake for my fiance and I, and we are going to get a seperate "normal" cake for the guests. What have others done? Should I put it on the same table? Let me know if you have any suggestions. Thanks!