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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Hey Rachel, I also live near the Montreal area - in Laval. And you can definitely find gluten free foods at some IGA's, and Loblaws'. There is also a factory called "Glutino" in Laval located in Fabreville. They have breads, bread crums, different types of flours, cereals, hamburger buns, etc. I usually get my gluten free food from IGA and the Glutino factory only if I couldn't find what I wanted/needed at IGA. There is also a Gluten free restaurant located in Laval and another one in St-Laurent not far from Cote-Vertu metro called "Ottavio". Commensal also has gluten free meals as well. Does anyone else know of any other restaurants that are gluten free? I feel like I miss out on a lot of social gatherings because of my new-found allergy to gluten. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks