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I went to a completely gluten free store yesterday in RI.

I'd like to add their URL and tell the forum a little about the store.

May I do this. I don't work for them. But I think that people ought to know about them.

Where would be the best place to add this?

Thanks,

~Allison

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I think the shopping section would be appropriate.

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I think the shopping section would be appropriate.

I agree.

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I agree.

D'OH!!!

I didn't see that there!!

D'OH.

That is where I will add it then.

I just wanted to let people know of this place.

It's a really good little store and the only one of it's kind in New England, I think.

Thanks,

~Allison

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I went to a completely gluten free store yesterday in RI.

I'd like to add their URL and tell the forum a little about the store.

May I do this. I don't work for them. But I think that people ought to know about them.

Where would be the best place to add this?

Thanks,

~Allison

Hi Allison,

I just moved to RI in June (the day after all of my test results came back). I love it here but am very homesick because I haven't met anyone up here yet. I'm looking into joining the RI Celiac Support Group (in addition to this forum) but it would be nice to be in contact with someone else suffering with Celiac through this forum. I'm an elementary and special education teacher but have been too sick to even submit paperwork to the district i live in. I want to start out subbing (I can always refuse a job on a bad day) but am in the middle of a flare right now. Would you mind letting me know where the gluten-free store is (if it's allowed on the forum). Thanks!!!!

Loey

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