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I still don´t know for sure if I have the dicease or not but I´d started the diet a month ago. I bought a lot of things from Glutino and I can hardly see the difference. I eat pasta, crackers, lemon flavoured wafers and toasts. If you don´t try this yet I recommend you do.

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Vanesa

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The lemon wafers are wonderful! I also like the ice cream cones.

Hez

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Glutino makes Ice Cream Cones??? Won't our 4 year old be THRILLED!!!!!

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I love their pancakes! and the chocolate cake!!! it was so good with a homemade cream cheese frosting!!!

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Does Glutino make muffins (blueberry, lemon poppy, any kind)?

I LOVE GFBreadbasket.com's bread (great texture and flavor) so I decided to order their rather expensive Coffee Cake muffins this last order. THEY ARE AWFUL. They are extremely granular, like eating coarse sand and they made me gag - the flavor isn't too great either. I may try to toast and put butter on them, but that makes them a difficult commuter's breakfast!

I'm so frustrated with gluten-free substitutes for cookies, cakes, etc, they ALL have tasted awful to me or fall apart or make me gag. (Except GFBreadbasket Mock Rye and Cinn/Raisin, and Brown Derby breads).

I have been pretty disappointed with Ener-G too, other than their sesame pretzels.

Am I the only one that finds that no ONE brand has multiple products that are good, rather it's one product from one place and another product from another? (This makes for huge shipping costs since I have NO gluten-free products in any local stores at all - Fredericksburg VA).

I know I'm whining. But I'm so hungry for the real stuff (even after almost a year of gluten-free I CRAVE the real thing).

OH BY THE WAY: The SLIM FAST "Easy-to-Digest" Lactose-Free/Gluten Free shakes are available at local Walmarts.

THEY ARE GOOD and no reaction (had 4 so far).

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Ok..I am so excited about the ice cream cones...I can not find them. Can you tell me where you purchased yours??

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Dallas

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Does Glutino make muffins (blueberry, lemon poppy, any kind)?

I LOVE GFBreadbasket.com's bread (great texture and flavor) so I decided to order their rather expensive Coffee Cake muffins this last order. THEY ARE AWFUL. They are extremely granular, like eating coarse sand and they made me gag - the flavor isn't too great either. I may try to toast and put butter on them, but that makes them a difficult commuter's breakfast!

I'm so frustrated with gluten-free substitutes for cookies, cakes, etc, they ALL have tasted awful to me or fall apart or make me gag. (Except GFBreadbasket Mock Rye and Cinn/Raisin, and Brown Derby breads).

I have been pretty disappointed with Ener-G too, other than their sesame pretzels.

Am I the only one that finds that no ONE brand has multiple products that are good, rather it's one product from one place and another product from another? (This makes for huge shipping costs since I have NO gluten-free products in any local stores at all - Fredericksburg VA).

I know I'm whining. But I'm so hungry for the real stuff (even after almost a year of gluten-free I CRAVE the real thing).

OH BY THE WAY: The SLIM FAST "Easy-to-Digest" Lactose-Free/Gluten Free shakes are available at local Walmarts.

THEY ARE GOOD and no reaction (had 4 so far).

I know that they have a muffin mix but i haven't tried it personally however all their other baked goods like pancakes, cake, and even their bread are good to me. I think that the mix it just for plain muffins and you add your own blueberries. chocolate chips, or whatever you want but i am not sure. Hope that helps.

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I like Glutino pretzels, but all the other "treats" that I've tried I've really not liked.

For muffins and cupcake type things, as well as donuts... I'll opt for the Kinnikinnick brand. =)

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Glutino stuff, for the most part, is awesome. The only problem I've run into is stale treats. It seems like at my grocery store the gluten free stuff sits too long and I get stale stuff here and there. Now i mostly mail order my treats and I don't have a problem. I totally agree on the Glutino stuff though.

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Anyone tired the Break Bars? They are AMAZING they taste like a kit Kat! Here in Australia Glutino is not that common but I am lucky enough to have found a store that stocks a few of there products. Have any of u tired there savoury biscuits, they come in a about a set of 3/4.

Franceen- Unfortunately it is a rare thing to find a product that does taste like real thing, even the alot of the very nice gluten-free things have a slight taste, However I know that here things have have def improved over the last 13 yrs! even some of things that are not very nice now are 10X better than before- Heres hoping they get some more products out soon that taste like the real things!

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Glutino does have some great things... I love the pretzels and the Break Bar

as for the pp who said they've been dissappointed with EnerG have you tried them recently? They've recently changed a lot of their recipes and they taste sooooooo much better! I had been dissapointed with them in the past and had almost sworn them off for being yucky but I'm glad I gave them another shot. Their Tapioca hot dog and hamburger buns are awesome toasted, the english muffins are great either as a sandwich bread (ie toasted with tuna salad and cheese YUMMMY) or toasted with butter and jelly... Yesterday for the first time I tried their donut holes, my daughter and I are soooooo happy! They are plain cake donut holes but you can roll them in powdered sugar or dip them in melted chocolate or roll in melted butter then cinnamon sugar! OMG! We also really like their Vanilla cookies.

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I think I ordered the Glutino ice cream cones from the web. It probably came from shopbydiet.com. The cones are fragile and there is some breakage. But it is minimal and worth it for the chance to have an ice cream cone.

Hez

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Last night I tried the Spinach and Feta pizza from Glutino and it was amazing. It was so yummy I had to let everyone know.

Karen

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My 9yo niece (who's a VERY picky eater) visited recently and she liked the Glutino pizza's better than the "regular" ones :)

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Does Glutino make muffins (blueberry, lemon poppy, any kind)?

I LOVE GFBreadbasket.com's bread (great texture and flavor) so I decided to order their rather expensive Coffee Cake muffins this last order. THEY ARE AWFUL. They are extremely granular, like eating coarse sand and they made me gag - the flavor isn't too great either. I may try to toast and put butter on them, but that makes them a difficult commuter's breakfast!

I'm so frustrated with gluten-free substitutes for cookies, cakes, etc, they ALL have tasted awful to me or fall apart or make me gag. (Except GFBreadbasket Mock Rye and Cinn/Raisin, and Brown Derby breads).

I have been pretty disappointed with Ener-G too, other than their sesame pretzels.

Am I the only one that finds that no ONE brand has multiple products that are good, rather it's one product from one place and another product from another? (This makes for huge shipping costs since I have NO gluten-free products in any local stores at all - Fredericksburg VA).

I know I'm whining. But I'm so hungry for the real stuff (even after almost a year of gluten-free I CRAVE the real thing).

OH BY THE WAY: The SLIM FAST "Easy-to-Digest" Lactose-Free/Gluten Free shakes are available at local Walmarts.

THEY ARE GOOD and no reaction (had 4 so far).

have you tried any of the products from Joan"s ? I think they are all great.I read about them here and tried them after I heard about the bagels.The Muffins are great ,the cookies are great and the English Muffins are like real.Maybe you can get them in one place to save ordering from all over.gfgreatbakes.com. I feel they way you do about the pretzels,but I have to go to health food stores for them but I love snacking on them

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Last night I tried the Spinach and Feta pizza from Glutino and it was amazing. It was so yummy I had to let everyone know.

Karen

THey have spinich and feta pizza??!! I'll have to request that one, I've only been able to find the cheese. I was just getting ready to add that to the list of yummy Glutino stuff. Its not quite regular pizza but more like the regular frozen kind and its the first I"ve found that is palatable.

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Oh the spinach and feta pizza is DA BESTEST!!! I love it!

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i also am a fan of the spinach and feta pizza. i put some tomatoes and some canadian bacon on top of mine before baking. only one note, be careful w/ the crust, it burns easily. i watch mine the last few minutes so it doesn't. they have the pizzas at my health food store, which is so nice :)

i looked on amazon .com...they have about 25 glutino products (do a search for "gluten free") so that is one way i would recommend getting ahold of the products. shopbydiet.com has about the same.

if you can't get ahold of the pizza, i would suggest trying the Gluten Free Pantry's pizza and french bread mix, and making your own. that is the best pizza dough mix i have tried. also, look through the forums to find people's favorite gluten-free foods, that way you can get a feel for what is good to buy. i like to do that before trying something.

good luck!

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