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Westerngirl

Member Since 12 May 2008
Offline Last Active May 30 2008 04:42 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: I Need Help!

16 May 2008 - 01:11 PM

I have some advice. Any gluten-free replacement product you buy, make sure you keep the receipt and only buy one at a time, because some of it is outrageously awful. Most of us think the Ener-g rice and tapioca breads are only good for building material. Ok, they make a decent turkey stuffing, but that's it. You definitely can't eat it straight. So, never trust that anything gluten-free you buy will be good and go stocking up, always try one first.


I don't stock up on products unless I've bought them before and are actually edible. I agree that the Ener-g tapioca break is pretty gross. I only bought it once because I was out of bread and it was on sale. I only ate it because it seemed like a waste to throw away an entire loaf of bread. I've only been able to find one brand of bread that you can actually eat straight, but it's from a local company. This company has a gluten-free raisin bread and it is pretty good.

In Topic: Safeway Products

12 May 2008 - 12:31 PM

I'm so glad that I discovered your posting. I shop at Safeway and this list will make my life so much easier. I'll still read labels though just in case. My local safeway has only ever been helpful and will even order in special produts if you request them.

In Topic: Costco's gluten-free Shopping

12 May 2008 - 12:22 PM

These products are not available in my local costco. Does anyone think that they'd be available at Costco.com? Gluten-free products are a hit and miss here. The ones that are available on a regular basis don't taste very good either.