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So all of this talk of baking and how hard it is to get good gluten-free baked yummies got me to thinking...

I knew a guy in New York that baked the best breads, he made them to order and shipped them overnight.

Why can't this be done with gluten-free goodies? I know absolutely nothing about shipping food. We all know that overnight shipping is costly also.

So would it be worth the extra money to mail order and overnight gluten-free baked goods. I am assuming they would taste good or I wouldn't offer them.

I am also not thinking this isn't something that I could do anytime soon as I don't have recipes down pat, just thinking ahead.

Thanks for any input.


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I order bread and baked goods off teh internet all the time. I have 2 favorite bakeries about 2 1/2 hours and 4 hrs from where I live and I recieve the packages within two days of ordering!

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So all of this talk of baking and how hard it is to get good gluten-free baked yummies got me to thinking...

I knew a guy in New York that baked the best breads, he made them to order and shipped them overnight.

Why can't this be done with gluten-free goodies? I know absolutely nothing about shipping food. We all know that overnight shipping is costly also.

So would it be worth the extra money to mail order and overnight gluten-free baked goods. I am assuming they would taste good or I wouldn't offer them.

I am also not thinking this isn't something that I could do anytime soon as I don't have recipes down pat, just thinking ahead.

Thanks for any input.

Sure it would be possible you might even be able to go with something like 2 to 3 day post if you used a vacuum form of wraping. You might want to think of parbaking breads and rolls so folks would finish them up in the oven. That would make them seem fresh baked good.


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Sure it would be possible you might even be able to go with something like 2 to 3 day post if you used a vacuum form of wraping. You might want to think of parbaking breads and rolls so folks would finish them up in the oven. That would make them seem fresh baked good.

OH that is a wonderful idea. :D:D


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I actually have deby's bakery in denver on my list of places to visit next week when I am there, its a 5 hour drive but should be able to inexpensively get some shipped to me if they do that sort of thing, but ya know I am gonna have to test a few things out while i'm there, um..... yeah..... well its my story and I'm sticking to it! lol


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I actually have deby's bakery in denver on my list of places to visit next week when I am there, its a 5 hour drive but should be able to inexpensively get some shipped to me if they do that sort of thing, but ya know I am gonna have to test a few things out while i'm there, um..... yeah..... well its my story and I'm sticking to it! lol

Snatch up some the pizza crusts and garlic bread!!

We eat Debys pizza crust when we order from Beau Jos and tried the garlic bread when we ate at Abruscis. Debys supplies gluten-free options to many restaurants in the Denver area in addition to the gluten-free restaurant.

My daughter wasn't too excited with the spaghetti but we've been itchin' to go there for a full meal. The prices are VERY reasonable as well!

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