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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Found A Great Resource

    Yeah! Hy-vee's are really trying there best to cater to the Gluten Free customers. Their website is really informative and they have GREAT customer service...
  2. Thanks for the idea! I got many stores who carry Katz in IL area from their website: http://www.katzglutenfree.com/Store_Locator_a/135.htm and for Udi's I got some at http://www.udisglutenfree.com/stores and for Kinnikinnick i found some http://consumer.kinnikinnick.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/consumer.storefinder.html THANK YOT my trip really went well after all....
  3. Hey guys! Had to fly to IL "without prior planning" which I usually do! Now I'm frustrated! Stuck here without knowing where it's a good place to buy my gluten-free food. I'm here for some pressing matter and therefore don't really have time to look around. Don't want to give up on my Gluten Free diet either.... Anyone out there know the best place to stop by and get it ALL IN ONE? Like my favorite Katz Gluten Free White Bread and Challah Rolls,Udi's Muffins, Kinnikinnick goodies, and what not?!! Waiting for good suggestions
  4. Evansville, In And Or Lake Barkley, Ky

    I hope i am not too late with my input! Adele's Naturally is the plae to go. When I visited my aunt recently I shopped for all my gluten-free foods there. Not only do they have good products but excellent service as well! Last but not least they carry my favorite Katz's Sliced White Bread! Enjoy your trip!
  5. Hi there, Good to now there are others like me out there. I crave sweets healthy or not! What I really enjoy and eat all day are the Katz Gluten Free Cinnamon Rugelech. For those craving Chocolate they have it available in chocolate as well.I also enjoy Udi's muffins for change. As far as I know you shall have some Hy-vee's in MN carrying both brands. or shopa online at www.katzglutenfree.com and www.udisglutenfree.elsstore.com . Good Luck and Hearty apetite!
  6. Gluten-Free In Barcelona

    I thought this might be helpful: http://www.sincarne.net/barcelona-celiac-restaurants.htm enjoy your trip!
  7. Sweet Hummus

    Hi Magpie, I am anxious to try your recipe as soon as I get home. My Dr. wants me to eat chick peas (sort of as a protien) but i couldn't find a good tasting chummus which suits my gluten-free diet and taste buds. This sounds like one i might enjoy.... Thanks for the recipe!
  8. Hi See you're out of Chicago. Where do you buy their rolls? I Have a friend there who was recently diagnosed and she's looking for Katz products...
  9. The bread you buy in PA sounds good, too! If they don't have it here, perhaps I could get it from the i-net.
  10. I suggest people shall go and buy their breads... I buy'em all the time and they are Fabulous! The taste is closest to regular bread I ever tried. The best part is that it's not too expensive either!
  11. hi glutenfreehub.com posts a complete line of safe gluten-free products! hope this is helpful...
  12. Hi sa, A pity you shouldn't enjoy your breakfast like i do!!!!! you should try the new Katz Gluten Free line. I buy their white, multi grain and challah bread at Alternative Eating in Scranton PA. They are Awesome!