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clbevilacqua

Boulder, Co

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In the newly opened 29th Street Mall there is a locally owned salad/sandwich place call 'Mad Greens'. My hubby & I ate there yesterday and and it was very good. According to the management all dressings (which are made on premises) are gluten-free. Additionally, all the meat seasonings are mixed there and are gluten-free. Only the breaded chicken is off limits. The grill should have little to no gluten so no cross-contamination. We really enjoyed it.

Blessings

-Cathy

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In the newly opened 29th Street Mall there is a locally owned salad/sandwich place call 'Mad Greens'. My hubby & I ate there yesterday and and it was very good. According to the management all dressings (which are made on premises) are gluten-free. Additionally, all the meat seasonings are mixed there and are gluten-free. Only the breaded chicken is off limits. The grill should have little to no gluten so no cross-contamination. We really enjoyed it.

Blessings

-Cathy

Woo-hoo! I'll have to check it out! :)

Jeanne

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My family & I ate there the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The staff was very polite & patient with us. The food was very good, but at $40 for the 4 of us was a bit pricey for salads.


Bob

age:38

Type 1 diabetes - March, 1991

Hashimoto's thyroiditis - May, 2006

onset of joint & sacral-area back pain - June, 2006

negative rheumatiod arthritis labs & x-rays,

'mild positive' antigliadin IGA lab - August, 2006

negative blood work & biopsy - October, 2006

DQ8 & DQ2 genes

vitamin D deficiency

positive response to diet

dx - subclinical celiac

gluten free since 10/24/06

daughter also symptomatic,

negative bloodwork,

responds to diet

family members with multiple

associated autoimmune disorders

There are thousands hacking at the branches to the one chopping at the root

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