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Member Since 18 Apr 2009
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Looking For Reviews On Signet Diagnostic Corporation's Mrt Test.

20 July 2010 - 02:24 PM

Just looking for input with LEAP. How does their immune response blood test work? Effective? Thanks. -D

Signet Diagnostic Corporation
3555 Fiscal Court Suites 8 & 9
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Ph. 888-669-5327


Best Gluten Free Pizza Crust?

05 February 2010 - 12:16 AM

Want to ask folks for your favorite gluten-free pizza crust. It doesn't matter if it's a purchased crust or a homemade recipe, as I'm looking for both. I miss being able to make or order my favorite gluten pizza.

Locally, my favorite pizza in Boise, Idaho has always been Chicago Connection! Since celiac diagnosis, I'm very grateful for local gluten-free pizza. Chicago Connection has a great gluten-free pizza, and after more than 5 dozen gluten-free pizzas ordered, I've never been CC'd by Chicago Connection. Their pizza crust is from French Meadow Bakery, and I understand they have a good protocol to eliminate any cc issues.

There's another local Italian/Pizza place in Boise that makes their own gluten-free pizza crust, which tastes great too, but about half the time I eat there, I get symptoms. A few weeks ago, after ordering my gluten-free spaghetti dinner from their gluten-free menu, our waiter (who said he's been there for 5 yrs) came back to the table and asked "I always wondered, what is gluten?" I will miss eating there, as their food is yummy, but I can't risk cc anymore.

I've heard great things about the pizza crust from http://www.stillridingpizza.com, who makes gluten-free crust for Pizza Fusion in California that my family/friends rave about. Also, I understand that there's a local gluten-free pizza crust made in Kuna, ID which I haven't tried yet, but would like to try sometime.

If you have an awesome pizza crust recipe to share, or have been able to compare different pizza crusts and have favorites, please let us know what you think!



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