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Gluten Free Food Source - Central Pa And Online!

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I spent almost an hour and a half at a shop called the Gluten Free Food Source, LLC today. The shop is small, but has a great selection of gluten-free items - over 800 products. What's really awesome is the folks that run it. Bev, one of the owners (she and her husband own it), makes everything by hand, uses the products in her shop, and is very matter of fact about cooking and baking gluten free. She offers great tips on how to cook and bake, how to translate recipes into gluten free recipes, and has a passion for those with food sensitivity. She makes it very easy to purchase what you need. I felt so relieved having someone to ask the nitty gritty questions of food prep.

AND you can shop online! I highly recommend their store for locals to Dillsburg, PA (about forty minutes SW of Harrisburg, the capital city), and for those too far, order from them online! I love to support small businesses, and especially when it involves folks who have passion for what they do.

http://glutenfreesource.com/

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I second this - an absolutely great, great store!

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I visit Bev & Lauren about twice a year so not often. WHat are they making & selling that they do themselves? I know several local gluten-free bakers who take their goodies to the shop but didn't know Bev was now baking & selling herself/ please fill me in!!!!

I agree it is a very nice gluten-free shop & Bev is wonderful Lauren too!!!!!

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Mamaw - I don't know that she is selling any of her own recipes - but she spent an hour coaching me on how to make my cookies tomorrow, which I SO appreciated. I am very nervous to make them. I appreciated the time she took and the incredible amount they know about the products they sell. I visit the local health store (Healthy Grocer) and Wegman's - and Giant, actually - to buy the bulk gluten free stuff, as the prices are better, but I will buy those hard to find or specialized items from Bev and Laurin - they are so kind.

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okay, I may have misread your message--- I thought they were now baking! Don't worry about your baking if you don't get success the first time just try again. There is a slight learning curve but muffins, cookies are the easiest. Breads & rolls take a bit more time to learn .....If you research the recipe file on this site there are some great recipes on here.

It was kind of Bev to help you . That is what celiac people do help each other.

Your godd deed turn will come as well.

Good Luck & blessings for a healthy lifestyle.

mamaw

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