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hi,  don't mean to waste space, i'm new here, and i just want to say how thankful i am to have found this forum. coming from a pure italian background and upbringing, this craziness is freaking my whole family out...wait, you can't eat ITALIAN BREAD??? NO BUCCATINI?? lol

anyway, its nice to read posts from people that understand and accept that this is NOT a fad diet or a choice.  its a pain in the butt.  but unless you know how it feels to suffer the consequences of gluten intolerance/celiac, you don't understand what a relief it is to be gluten free.  

thanks again.

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Welcome :)

It's very nice to read your post. I've been here awhile now but I'm still very thankful to have found this place and for the support and information I've received here. 

Hopefully you can still enjoy gluten free pasta. I made myself a pasta sauce a couple of days ago and loved it, can't really tell the difference any more from how pasta used to be. The bread's a different story though... !

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2 hours ago, trishianna said:

hi,  don't mean to waste space, i'm new here, and i just want to say how thankful i am to have found this forum. coming from a pure italian background and upbringing, this craziness is freaking my whole family out...wait, you can't eat ITALIAN BREAD??? NO BUCCATINI?? lol

anyway, its nice to read posts from people that understand and accept that this is NOT a fad diet or a choice.  its a pain in the butt.  but unless you know how it feels to suffer the consequences of gluten intolerance/celiac, you don't understand what a relief it is to be gluten free.  

thanks again.

I am working on a cheesy Italian bread that is gluten-free, -_- honestly missing it myself, and I just last month got down a bunch of pizza alternatives. Anyway there are a few companies that make gluten-free breads, and plenty of noodle substitutes for different dishes. Lundberg Makes a bunch of noodles, and various other dishes. Ian's and Udis have various dishes including ravioli, breads, etc. >.< none are as good as my mothers dishes but that is why I am trying to make my own. Where are you from by the way? If in the US I can give you plenty of links of purchasing them and where to find them. I will see about PMing you what I got on that bread recipe so far.

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On February 12, 2017 at 4:02 PM, trishianna said:

hi,  don't mean to waste space, i'm new here, and i just want to say how thankful i am to have found this forum. coming from a pure italian background and upbringing, this craziness is freaking my whole family out...wait, you can't eat ITALIAN BREAD??? NO BUCCATINI?? lol

anyway, its nice to read posts from people that understand and accept that this is NOT a fad diet or a choice.  its a pain in the butt.  but unless you know how it feels to suffer the consequences of gluten intolerance/celiac, you don't understand what a relief it is to be gluten free.  

thanks again.

http://Www.quattrobimbi.com.    Take a look at this site.  It's where I buy my dry pasta.  All the brands are very good........very close to real pasta.  The owner is real Italian and imports everything from Italy.  Enjoy!

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