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The Gluten-Free Debate: A Baker's Friend Or A Consumer's Villain? - My New Orleans


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Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:41 AM


The Gluten-Free Debate: A Baker's Friend or a Consumer's Villain?
My New Orleans
If that's French bread, I don't have celiac disease,” says Annette Bentley, president for life of the American Celiac Society as we were listening to a food vendor's pitch from Lafayette. Bentley, an animated dynamo, didn't like what she saw. We were ...
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Posted 01 December 2012 - 11:57 AM

Sort of goofy title, very good writing about celiac, quoted paragraph is reaction to a loaf of gluten free bread. Denseness happens, it's not the end of the universe :rolleyes: .
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