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Hello All,

Strange request, but long story short my Mom's got celiac and she's out of town. One of our family friends' grandson was just diagnosed and needs to know where to go to get food, baked goods, etc. I can't get a hold of mama and I don't want this poor guy to starve! If anyone or everyone could kindly give me a few places I know that Mrs. B's grandbaby would be very appreciative. Feel free to just email me @ kellyhuiskamp@mac.com

Thanks so Much!

Kelly :blink::D:lol:;)

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Hello All,

Strange request, but long story short my Mom's got celiac and she's out of town. One of our family friends' grandson was just diagnosed and needs to know where to go to get food, baked goods, etc. I can't get a hold of mama and I don't want this poor guy to starve! If anyone or everyone could kindly give me a few places I know that Mrs. B's grandbaby would be very appreciative. Feel free to just email me @ kellyhuiskamp@mac.com

Thanks so Much!

Kelly :blink::D:lol:;)

Festival Foods has gluten free foods in their natural food aisle and freezer. At least the one in Green bay does. They carry Kinnikinnick breads, donuts, and other baked goods in the freezer. Kinnikinnick also sells mixes. Bob Red mill has mixes that are gluten free and cake mixes from a couple places that are reliable. Gluten Free Pantry has great bread mixes that I buy all the time. They also have pie crust and corn muffin mix.

I buy rice chips there from Lundbergs which also makes rice cakes that are good for anything you would put on a slice of bread. Lundberg is known for their rice and I eat it almost everyday.

There is a great pasta made by Tinkyada that everyone loves even gluten eaters. They sell it there along with a couple of other brands. They sell gluten free flour by Pamela's. I love her brownie mix and pancake mix.

You can also buy these things from Lame Advertisement. if they want to go that route. Sometimes the shipping is free. There are Amy's products and some of her things are gluten free but people have been known to react to them. A good thing to do is start out by cooking your own meals using the basics; fruits, veggies, meat, and rice before you start using the processed foods.

Tell them to buy new cutting boards, teflon pans, toaster, colander, because gluten can be stuck in cracks and crevises and you just can't get them clean enough.

This should help until your mom gets home. She'll know should be a big help.

Gail


Gluten Free since Jan. 06

Gluten intolerant. DQ 0301 DQ 0602

Lactose intolerant.

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