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jmalewic

Gluten Free Italian Gift Basket "gift Ideas"

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Hello everyone - I'm new to these forums and I'd hate to post this as one of my first posts but I recently found a website selling an awesome Italian "Gluten Free" Gift Basket for the Holidays. and after all - "Tis the season to shop!" I sent one to a relative and a couple of friends and they were crazy about it. I hope it's OK that I mention them here. The name of the company is Ceriello Fine Foods and their website is http://www.ceriellofinefoods.com. The have a variety of gluten free pasta's available (that's how I found them) from a couple of manufacturers. Riso Berretta and one called Bionauture. Both great brands - they actually taste good too!. Anyway they have a gluten free Italian gourmet gift basket on their website. I think the link is: http://www.ceriellofinefoods.com/pc/CGGFIG...ift+Basket.html - Happy Holidays everyone!

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anyone ever tried this brand?


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Born and raised in Portland, OR; Currently living in Provo, UT

Gluten-free since June 2006

Also living with Hypoglycemia since 1991

Dairy-free for good since summer 2008

Started IBS diet and probiotics at GI's recommendation - Fall 2008

Also avoiding: potatoes, beans, crucifers, popcorn, most red meat, coconut milk :(

Started eating a Paleo diet Spring 2011. Love it!

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anyone ever tried this brand?

I've had and have bought for family the Riso Beretta Rice pasta - it really does taste as good as regular wheat pasta. It's not cheap but when you can find it it's great stuff! They only come in 2 or three cuts that I've seen. Spaghetti, Fusilli and Penne - although I can't seem to find Penne lately. The other one I saw on Ceriello's website was the bionauture - but I just checked and it's not there now. I may call after the holidays to see if it's still around. I know it came in the gift basket I bought though.

We're huge pasta people in our house so when I came across the Ceriello site I was psyched! their sauces are incredible to begin with and now my family can ALL eats Italian food! no worries about gluten!

Hope that helps! Just my two cents.

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