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A couple of weeks ago I bought an Against the Grain frozen pizza. It was SO good! Today I had some Against the Grain baguette. Again, totally delicious and TOTALLY grain-free.

 

I know a lot of you have trouble with corn like I do. Their facility is grain-free. No corn, no soy, nothing that can harm us, unless you have trouble with dairy or eggs. They even have a few dairy-free items. Most of their stuff is tapioca starch, cheese, eggs and milk. How they make BREAD with those ingredients I just don't know, but it really does taste good and it's SO nice to be able to eat without worrying about CC.

 

The store locator on their website is not up to date. I emailed them about it and they said they would be updating soon. But I believe you can order online. If you're like me and can't eat most breads because they have corn starch, you've got to try this stuff! :wub:

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Whole Foods sells both Against the Grain pizza and baguettes. They ARE delicious! I buy the rosemary baguettes- they are so tasty, even before heating.

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I like the baguettes a lot! They have a lot of holes to sop up soup or cheese fondue. My one son like the Schars baguettes better but those might have stuff Barty doesn't want.

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I have almost bought the baguettes like a bazillion times. Well, maybe it only feels like a bazillion times. I'm going to a store tonight that I know sells them to get chocolate for ice cream. It may take some arm twisting but if I compromise and spend less than say... $7 on my chocolate I may be able to talk a baguette into the cart. :D I almost said spend less than $5 on my chocolate, but I'm trying to be reasonable!

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I LOVE Against the Grain!!!  I'm going to have to make a road trip to get some soon!   

 

The first time I ate their pizza, I e mailed them and told them it was so good I wanted to slap my momma.  Then I explained that was high praise in the south.  (They're based in Vermont.)   I received a really nice response that the owner was from Georgia, he grew up with that phrase.  I've never corresponded with a food manufacturer outside of that instance.

 

Nobody carries ATG locally, despite my requests.

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