Eating out takes some finesse & often is best to take something along if possible. Realize your son has definite likes & this is going to be part of your challenge. I realize he's likely honed in to various things due to texture, taste, temperature & other sensory "cues" that are comfortable for him. However, you want to make pizza at home for your son, check out Senza brand as it's free of many of the major allergens & produced in a dedicated facility: http://www.senzaglutine-glutenfree.com . Senza as well as Conte's (http://www.contespas...m/specialty.htm) also has frozen raviolis available. You can e-mail either & they are kind as well as helpful with any questions you might have. Both Senza & Conte's also sell in a few retail stores (check with co. for possible retailers in your area). You also can shop with Senza online with free shipping. Bob's Red Mill or Pamela's brands have pizza mixes & if you go to www.vitacost.com you can check out some of the major gluten-free company products. You can check out the ingredient lists as well as read reviews of the products that might help you get started. I have no interest in any of these companies or products... it's just my "go to" ideas I've developed for myself. Hope this helps in some small way.
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