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I've been reading some posts from people saying they've bought a lot of gluten-free products from Costco. Can anyone recommend any?

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TGI Fridays bacon and cheese potato skins are gluten free. Cosco is the only place I can find them.

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I find Crunchmaster crackers there by the case. Cheap and yum.

I don't really bother with Costco food...too big of quantities for a small family. I buy some meat and liquor there...mostly household stuff.

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Costco is good for stuff you eat a lot of. I don't personally use it so much for processed gluten free prodoucts, but rather for things like Grey Poupon mustard (you can get a year's supply for what you pay for a regular jar - well, almost), their Extra Virgin Olive Oil is good and very well priced, if you eat a lot of salads their salad greens packs are a great buy, some fruits and vegetables you consume in quantity, a six- or eight-pack of canned tomatoes, stuff like that. I don't usually have the patience in Costco to look for gluten free processed stuff :rolleyes:

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Grimm's meats - and Freybe (says gluten free on the label)

-hot dogs, black forest ham, honey maple ham. European weiners

Crunchmaster crackers

Food Should Taste Good chips - big multigrain bag, box of small bags, multigrain & sweet potato

Thai sweet chili sauce

Brown rice in big bags

Quinoa

Frozed chicken breast in box

I am sure there is more -my family of 5 loves Costco!

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TGI Fridays bacon and cheese potato skins are gluten free. Cosco is the only place I can find them.

Please don't tell me this! My thighs & waist do not need to know this! :D

Lots of people here say the rotisserie chicken is good. Some Costcos have a lot of non wheat flours and large bags of nuts to make your own flour. Some have gluten free ravioli but I haven't seen it here in Kansas. Packaged salsas, guacamole & hummus.

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