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I have seen on the internet that you can buy premade puff pastry dough in europe and australia, does anyone know if there is anyone in the USA making this kind of product? its just such an effort to make it yourself... and I dont even know if it would turn out!

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Our local Wal-mart and Kroger both carry it.

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I just googled gluten free puff pastry the other day and was intrigued by the recipes there. I vowed to try it soon!! One post had photos that really made it appear doable!! I don't see any companies in the States.

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Our local Wal-mart and Kroger both carry it.

Really!!!!! Could you look for the brand name next time you see it and let us know. I know my Wal-mart doesn't have anything like that gluten-free but perhaps I could talk the folks at Wegmans into ordering some. Gosh I miss Baklava and puff pastry fruit pies.

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I'm sorry total brain fog this morning. When I noticed the post I remembered how excited I was to find puff pastry when I moved back to the U.S. Sadly I forgot for a moment things like puff pastry have to be prefaced by gluten free now :( I'm 3 weeks in and still getting use to the gluten-free way of thinking.

Our local Wal-mart and Kroger both carry it.

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oh man i got excited there for a minute. i've been dying to find pre-made gluten free puff pastry and filo (phyllo) dough. one can dream, right?

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I'm going to start asking my local gluten free store to see if they can find an importer. I figure if I ask often enough they will find some. If enough people ask it will find it's way to our stores.

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I'm sorry total brain fog this morning. When I noticed the post I remembered how excited I was to find puff pastry when I moved back to the U.S. Sadly I forgot for a moment things like puff pastry have to be prefaced by gluten free now :( I'm 3 weeks in and still getting use to the gluten-free way of thinking.

Drat!! I was so hopeful. Oh well. The very nature of phyllo makes me think it unlikely that a gluten-free variety will appear soon. Even the old world ladies in my area buy it not make it from scratch as even making the wheat variety is incredibly time consuming.

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I have never seen filo dough or puff pastry in my Wal-Mart.....I do know that on the www.betterbetter.org site she has a filo dough to make.

Also , Orgran has a puff pastry mix ( not the pastry & pizza mix) I haven't reid it but maybe someone on here has tried Orgran .....

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