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I am going to Lake Tahoe at the end of this month. I will be staying in a house, so it will be easy to make meals, etc. But my main question is does anyone know of any health food stores in the Lake Shore area? I know there is a Raley's there, but I have no idea what they carry, in the way of gluten-free foods. I will be flying up from LA, so it's about a 1 hour flight and then a car ride from Reno to Tahoe is about 45 min. I don't know if I can bring a cooler, etc. If anone has any ideas that would be great. Also, I am going to be in the boat on the lake a lot so I don't know what to bring instead of sandwiches like we usually do since I hate gluten-free bread!!!

P.S. This is my first time traveling since being gluten-free!!! AHHH...I'm really nervous!

Kassandra

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I am going to Lake Tahoe at the end of this month. I will be staying in a house, so it will be easy to make meals, etc. But my main question is does anyone know of any health food stores in the Lake Shore area? I know there is a Raley's there, but I have no idea what they carry, in the way of gluten-free foods. I will be flying up from LA, so it's about a 1 hour flight and then a car ride from Reno to Tahoe is about 45 min. I don't know if I can bring a cooler, etc. If anone has any ideas that would be great. Also, I am going to be in the boat on the lake a lot so I don't know what to bring instead of sandwiches like we usually do since I hate gluten-free bread!!!

P.S. This is my first time traveling since being gluten-free!!! AHHH...I'm really nervous!

Kassandra

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Have you tried the Kinnikinnick brand breads? The Italian and sandwich breads are very good. Keep them in the freezer and microwave slightly when ready to use. If you don't care for those, have you tried corn tortillas? Also microwave (about 20 seconds) and fill with your favorite sandwich fixings. Roll up while still warm and wrap in foil. Stick them in the cooler with your drinks. Good luck!

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I haven't tried Kinninnick (sp?). I am also dairy free, so that is also limiting. I don't know if they're dairy free also. Thank you for the suggestion. I'll look into that.

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