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TabLooney last won the day on February 17 2010

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  1. I've been looking for some oatmeal that I could eat too. Just like someone else who posted on here, I used to eat oatmeal every morning for breakfast but had to give it up after it started making me sick. This was almost 3 years ago, before I even knew anything about wheat allergies and celiac. After reading this posting, I went to the store yesterday and was so happy to find this oatmeal! I am getting ready to fix myself a bowl of it . Thank you everyone!
  2. I'm new to this too....I went to Mama Jean's today on Republic Rd and I must say that I was totally overwhelmed! I live about an hour from Springfield and I've done pretty good with the gluten-free supply at my local Wal-Mart but I wanted to just go see what all the buzz was about. The main thing I wanted to find, that my local store didn't have was pancake mix and flour. I honestly don't understand the flours and why we have to use so many different ones. I also didn't find any flour...I think I must have been missing it . I did find the pancake mix and I'm thinking I must try it out this weekend! Anyone have any ideas on the flours? I found a soy flour at a local to me store, now if I could just figure out what to do with it. HELP Please!
  3. I'm from the Springfield area - it takes me almost an hour to get there. The Wal-Mart near me doesn't sell much gluten-free at all. It stinks! I'm newly diagnosed and making first special trip to Springfield this weekend to stock up...where should I go?
  4. I totally understand you! It's almost an hour to any specialty store from where I live. Very hard! The local, small town, grocery stores don't carry much that is gluten free. It's very frustrating! You would that the "low-price" dept store would sell more than they do but they really don't sell much. I'm really not looking forward to having to make a special trip to town just to buy groceries. I'm newly diagnosed and that's the part that I'm least looking forward to.