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i would love to know where you people are finding gluten free bagels!!!! i took my son to the bagel shop the other day and my mouth was watering. he felt bad that i couldnt have one!!

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Mission white corn tortillas can be bought in the grocery store. The bagels you'll have to order over the internet. I tasted one at a Celiac fair and couldn't tell the difference! The English muffins on the other hand need some work! Last night I pitted and halved cherries and mixed them with shredded carrots and chopped green onions, a little teriyaki sauce and cooked bite size chicken and wrapped it in lettuce leaves. My husband loved it. I got the receipe from Allrecipes. They send you a recipe a day and some of them are just fine for us. Also the grocery store sells fantastic products and they list on the side of the box if they are vegan, or lactose free or gluten free etc. For example I bought their risotta which said gluten free right on the box. Wouldn't it be great if all foods did that?

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I can't remember what brand as I only sampled them at the Celiac Conference. You can order them from the Gluten Free Pantry and perhaps the Gluten Free Mall as well.

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Here's what I had yesterday -


-Crepe made from Kinnikinnick's Pancake and Waffle Mix, stuffed with



-raspberry jam

-vanilla yogurt

-Strawberry smoothie, made with


-vanilla yogurt

-acai juice


-Corn tortilla fajita, made with

-grilled chicken thighs with a touch of gluten-free honey bbq sauce

-grilled bell peppers


-cheddar cheese


-Grilled chicken breast with italian seasoning and gluten-free worschestshire sauce

-Lundberg's tomato and herb risotto

-Steamed bell peppers


Hope that helps!

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Where do you live? I find lots of great foods at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods...I agree, we are very blessed to be in California!! One good thing about this expensive, somewhat crazy state is the great fruits and veggies!

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