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I must be missing something. I went top foodsaver.com and did not find the Grand Uno Flatbread Maker. I even tried to search for it using each individual word and such, but no luck... :( Any suggestions?

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Mariann

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Kasey's Mom, the Enjoy Life Cookies are great! Chey and I both love the no oats oatmeal cookies, the chewy chocolate chip ones are good too, you can crumble these cookies up in a pie pan and make a pie crust with them that you don't have to bake, and you can fill it with any kind of filling you like (spiced apples, pudding or pudding substitutes, or other fruits... )

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The Don Pancho Tortillas are pretty good and if you click the link on the gluten free food bullet on the homepage of celiac.com it will link you to the Gluten Free Mall and they carry them and ship them.

A good lunch idea is lightly toast frozen waffles, let cool then spread with peanut butter and fluff or jelly. Trader Joe's waffles taste like EGGO's and have a much nicer texture then the Van's. The waffles make great breakfast sandwiches....bacon, egg and velveeta are my daughter's favorite.

Gillian's pizza dough can be rolled into thin circle using parchment paper over and under and layer pepperoni and cheese or your favorite gluten-free lunch meats on one half then fold and close edges forming a semi-circle....brush with olive oil and cut a few slits in the top.....bake at 350 for about 10 minutes until light brown...this packs well for lunch and is good heated or at room temp.

Kathy B

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I just bought so Food For Life Rice Tortillas. And I don't mind them. I think they solved their problem about sticking together. Both packages I bought had wax paper between each tortilla. Therefor the came apart easily. I heated them over my gas stove and filled them. They are a little chewyer than white flour tortillas, but not bad. Again it is personal taste, but I did want to let everyone know that they have solved the problem of the tortillas sticking together.

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I found the tortilla maker on overstock for around $47. I'm not usre if this is the cheapest place or not but I might give it a try. For a sweet treat you can brush the gluten free, flour tortilla with oil or butter, cinnamon, and sugar and stevia and broil on both sides. :) I think the waffles are a great idea. I've been trying to think of lunch box alternatives! Is Trader Joe's a grocery store?

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I found the tortilla maker on overstock for around $47. I'm not usre if this is the cheapest place or not but I might give it a try. For a sweet treat you can brush the flour tortilla with oil or butter, cinnamon, and sugar and stevia and broil on both sides. :)

I think not. We really don't want to eat flour tortillas, do we? :D

However, I'd try it with a corn or rice tortilla! Good idea!

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Terri,

You're right! Just so used to saying "flour" now for rice flour, bean flour ect. Funny how quickly things change. :lol: Not great for newbie's though......I'll edit. :D

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Back to tortillas again. I've been to our local grocery stores and they only carry the flour tortillas from Mission. I contacted the supplier in hopes that they'll consider carrying the corn tortillas. The only corn tortillas I can find are Pepitos. Does anyone know about these tortillas?

Thanks :)

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