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Bakeries In The Atlanta Area
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Before I was diagnosed bread was my favorite thing to eat. I have not had any luck at the local groceries and the Harrys Farmers Market only had frozen bread. Can anyone tell me where I can find good bread gluten-free from a bakery? Pref in the Canton/Woodstock area but I will go where ever I have to, to get it!!

Thanks guys!

Angela

gluten-free for 2 whole days now!

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richard

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I live in WOODSTOCK!

At whole foods you will find sandwich bread and rasin bread. . .you can buy it off the shelf or frozen from their bakery.

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I live in Canton and grew up in Woodstock!!!! :D

Life grocery now carries Kinninnick bread and it is VERY GOOD but it's frozen, I just pop it in the microwave and then toast it!

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or go to kinnikinnick.com .It's a flat $10 shipping charge. I order a case of bread and split it with a friend who also has celiac. Their cookies are also very good. The bread arrives unfrozen, so it's probably fresher than what you can get at a local store. Glutino premium corn bread is as close to "regular' bread. It is nothing like "corn bread"..and the baguettes are very good by Glutino also. They also make good bagels

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Angie, its off Roswell Road 1/2 mile east of the Big Chicken. Here is their website with the address: http://www.lifegrocery.com/

THey have a huge selection on gluten-free foods.

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This is great! Never in a million years did I dream I would come on-line and find a reference to the Big Chicken. :P

I live near Atlanta. You know, it's funny, if you're not from here...all of our commercials that say, "A mile south of the Big Chicken" wouldn't mean anything :D

I'm about to go to Life Foods website and check it out! Thanks for the info.

-Julie ;)

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I go to GlutenFreeCookieJar.com their bread, rolls, scones

are really good. Enjoy! Mousekins

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:lol::lol::lol: Julie!!!

Life grocery is great and they have a lot of new products, like Kinninnick's products (bread, donuts, cinnamon buns). I don't know if you have tried their bread but in my opinion it's by far the best out there and the cinnamon buns don't even taste like they are gluten-free, they are AWESOME!!! :D

Take care

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I live out in South Paulding, but used to work just south of the Big Chicken before becoming disabled. Unfortunately, I am old enough to remember the old sign...when it was the only fast food restaurant around.

Because of my disability, getting to either Life (which I used for years) or Whole Foods is just not feasible. I have found that a good mixer and some gluten-free flour (I prefer the four flour kind either mixed myself or purchased bulk from Bob's Red Mill or Authenic Foods) makes a fairly good bread without a lot of effort. Bette Hagman's books also provide some great recipes. The consistency of the batter is different if you have ever baked wheat bread, so don't be surprised and follow the directions.

I also have some friends who buy the packaged bread mix at Kroger and use their bread machines. I had to give away all three of my machines and my mill when I was diagnosed because I was so sensitive and I have not had the money to replace them. I do so miss the fresh bread.

Donna

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