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Member Since 02 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 03 2012 03:59 PM

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In Topic: gluten-free Pyrogys (Perogies)

03 December 2012 - 04:00 PM

Oh my gosh!! Thank you!!

In Topic: Upcoming Holidays...

20 November 2012 - 06:54 PM

Loe2travel....that all sounds delicious, but my inlaws are 100% Ukrainian and very very traditional at that :) turkey with stuffing is a must, mashed potatoes and gravy....cabbage rolls (I make my own and conveniently they are already gluten-free), three different kinds of perogies (still looking for gluten-free recipes), broccoli cauliflower casserole (not traditional but I force it on them because its one of my favorites, will be able to pull off gluten-free easily) a few fun salads......hmmm I'm missing something. For dessert I usually do a Scottish truffle, a couple different pies and a small assortment of dainties. (butter tarts snd jam jam cookies are usually a given)

In Topic: Looking For A Few gluten-free Alternatives

05 November 2012 - 07:26 PM

The sauce is made with sour cream (gluten-free yes), cheese. (yes) spices(all gluten-free) but 1 can cream of chicken and 1 can cream of mushroom soup. Without gluten-free condensed soups....

In Topic: Looking For A Few gluten-free Alternatives

05 November 2012 - 07:06 PM

My hubby and I were actually just talking about taking a little trip across the border soon. We can be in Minot ND in about 3.5hrs. (We are from Saskatchewan) I can get some bare essentials about 45min away. I googled pacific naturals. Yes they will ship up here right from their warehouse but shipping charges would be insane! I'm sure there has to be another option.

My oldest son wanted me to make hashbrown bake for supper tonight. Poor dude was so bummed.

In Topic: Looking For A Few gluten-free Alternatives

04 November 2012 - 08:13 PM

Since you are in Canada you will probably need to do mailorder....Kinnickinnick is a Canadian gluten-free bakery ...
There are several big site to get good mailorder prices.....I don't think we are permitted to posts the names on here.. one is think of a Big River, begins with "A"....com


From what I understand, 'big river' dot com doesn't ship to Canada. And 'big river' dot ca doesn't sell food items. I did find 'well' dot ca which is a canadian based online health and wellness site. I did find a few things there (a little pricey) and am going to Google pacific and see what pops up for availability in Canada.

Thank you everyone for all your help. This has been quite the experience. To be honest, this has been tougher to get a good grip on than my son's Autism.

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