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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Well we didn't hear from anyone before the trip, so this is what we learned. Summer of 2012: Julie's in Fish Creek has a number of gluten-free options. Wild Tomato in Fish Creek has a great gluten-free pizza, AMAZING salads and DELICIOUS homemade gluten-free PB cookies. Greens n Grains in Egg Harbor has a good selection of gluten-free grocery items. Piggly Wiggly in Sister Bay, surprisingly, does as well. Top Shelf, across the parking lot from Piggly, has several gluten-free items as well. Good luck to DC travelers!
  2. I saw there was an older Door County restaurant topic, and since the restaurants change often up there (not all, of course, but enough of them) I wanted to start a new thread. Hope that's ok. We make an annual trip to Door County, WI and this is my first year of gluten-free and reducing dairy. Hubby and I were thinkin' pretty dang hard, and didn't come up with much that would work out of our old faves . . . Ideas? We will be in a cabin so plenty of opportunity to cook - at least I don't have to worry about going hungry! - but one of the aspects of DC we have liked best is eating out. THANKS!!!
  3. Hornet - it does not have a gluten-free bread setting. I also wonder if it won't work because every cycle has two rises. I did the Google before I posted this, but none of the thread titles seemed to be what I needed. Thanks for tips on mixes - anyone ever adapt a from-scratch recipe?
  4. I would recommend Brasa (in Northeast or on Grand Ave in St. Paul). Nearly everything there is naturally gluten-free and is delicious. Cafe Latte on Grand has an amazing flourless torte among their beautiful (flour-filled) desserts. Hubby and I always split, it's so rich! I second Chianti Grill. My friend reports good luck at Fogo de Chao. I ate at Craftsman on Lake in Mpls. last night and had a beautiful dish and am feeling great today. J. Arthur's Coffee Shop at Rice & B2 in Little Canada is carrying a new line of paleo cupcakes and they are INCREDIBLE. gluten-free (since it's grain free) and dairy free, soft and not gritty from rice flour like so many gluten-free baked treats are (it's made with coconut flour). Follow this link and scroll to the bottom of the page to read more. And when I'm stuck for a fast food option I always hit Chipotle for a bowl.
  5. Hi I am new to the boards. I do not have Celiac Disease but am following a gluten-free diet due to GI issues and to help with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. It has made a huge difference to my well being over the last seven months. Wow! Seven months already! I was given a breadmaker and would like to try to use it to make gluten-free breads. However, I don't want to get into buying a lot of flours. I am willing to do so if I can make my own mixes ([url=http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/homemadeconveniencefoods.htm]a l