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Does anybody know of a gluten-free freindly place/s to eat in the Bellingham, WA area? I am going out with my inlaws, and want to keep it simple. Half an hour north or south is fine. (or seattle, for that matter)

thanks

Libby

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I just got an e-mail about a gluten-free restaraunt in Edmond's (just north of Seattle) here is the info for it. There was an article about it in the Seattle Times, here is a little exerpt from the article.

"Rarely does it feel so gratifying to recommend a restaurant as it does to recommend Kaili's, a folksy house restaurant in Edmonds so homespun its signs are hand-lettered and so professionally unseasoned you may be half done with your meal before they bring you a fork. So the operation is a mite amateurish. What owner/chef Kaili McIntyre gives her clientele more than makes up for it.

What she gives is simply this: the liberty to eat freely, for those who are wheat-intolerant. McIntyre's food is entirely gluten-free, which (as an increasing number of Americans are becoming grimly aware) is the required regimen for people with celiac disease, a lifelong intolerance to the protein found in wheat. "

Kaili's Restaurant

9711 Firdale Ave., Edmonds; 206-542-1462

American/wheat-free (the article says all the food is gluten-free)

Recommended (this might mean reservations recommended?)

$$

Hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays (opens 8 a.m. beginning Feb. 1), 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays.

No alcohol / credit cards: MC, V / no smoking / no obstacles to access.

I hope you are able to try it, it sounds like a good choice. I wish I could get one here in central California! B)

God bless,

Mariann :)

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