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Back After Many Years....

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Hi everyone,

I used to be a regular on this site. I responded well to the gluten-free diet, but my doctor decided that I did not have Celiac several years ago. The stomach issues returned...as they have my whole life, EXCEPT when I was gluten-free. :rolleyes: Back on the gluten-free diet I go...

My question is this, since I'm "starting over", are there any new and wonderful products you all would share with me? I know Kinnikinnick has good items, and the company is loved by many on the site. That was my go-to company for premade items. Until I learn to cook again, I would love any input on premade "excellent" items.

Many thanks. And everyone take care.

-Julie

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Bi-Aglut pasta (I order online)

Against the Grain; baguettes and pizza crust

Grandma Ferdon's products (if you are in their shipping area)

Schar crackers

Udi's bread for sandwiches, most excellent

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Bi-Aglut pasta (I order online)

Against the Grain; baguettes and pizza crust

Grandma Ferdon's products (if you are in their shipping area)

Schar crackers

Udi's bread for sandwiches, most excellent

Thank you so much for your suggestions. :)

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Hi Julie, welcome back :D

Hopefully the diet will be like riding a bike for you ;)

Some things I enjoy are--

Tinkyada Pasta

Enjoy Life Trail Mixes, Snickerdoodles, French Bread Mix, Pancake mix, Cornbread mix, Truffle Brownie Mix, Piecrust Mix

Lara Bars

Nothing new, really....I stick with what's worked for me and other than that I rely on naturally gluten-free foods.

Be sure to let us know how we can help you ease back into this. :)

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Tinkyada Pasta

Gluten Free Pantry French Bread Mix (makes great pizza crusts too).

Oreo substitute: K-Toos from Kinnikinnick (sp?). I can't eat them often due to the sugar content (diabetes), but you can't tell they aren't Oreos.

I have never tried a Glutino product that I did not like.

We enjoy El Peto Italian Style Hamburger Buns. I don't know how widely available they are. The bakery is close to where we live.

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I have never tried a Glutino product that I did not like.

I have only tried their pizza crusts, and don't like them.

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Thank you all for your replies! B) I'll check out the items you all have mentioned. I'm still trying to remember what I liked better for a quick lunch...Ener-G or Kinnikinnick pizza crust. I wish I would have written it down. Sigh...live and learn, right? ;) This time, I'm writing EVERYTHING down.

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I find new things every day and I have been at this for over two years now. Try some of these favorites:

Udi's bread and blueberry muffins

Grainless Baker French baguettes and hamburger buns (super)

Glutino pretzels

Pamela's chocolate chip cookies and anise/almond biscotti

Midel's ginger snaps (use to make a good cookie crumb pie crust, too)

Red Bridge beer

I could go on and on, but these are gluten-free staples with me. Most of what I eat is what I havew always cooked, just modified to be gluten-free. Most recipes are easy to fix.

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Welcome back! I am just starting to find Glutino's and Pamela's in my area, and I am really enjoying them.

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