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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hey does anyone know of any gluten-free friendly restaurants in or around Coeur d'Alene ????

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I don't know about restaurants but there is a gluten free food manufacturer in Coeur d'Alene called Namaste - www.namastefoods.com

I like their pizza crusts and hear the brownies are good. I would go see if you could get a factory tour!

:)

Stephanie

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Thank you sooo much... and sorry about the spelling!!! :P

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Don't worry about the spelling, no one's graded here! Actually, when I was 17 I went to Idaho to see my uncle (Moscow) and was telling someone about going through "Coor-dallen" (for pronunciations sake) and they said "where???" and lauged at me. I was pronouncing it like it was French (the origin of the name) but of course no one there says it like that! :)

Actually, if you get to Moscow, the Moscow Co-Op makes gluten-free bread twice a week. It's a pretty decent co-op - no Whole Foods, but still pretty nice. That's where I found the Namaste brand stuff. I have since ordered some online. The cake mix was pretty good though has brown flecks (vanilla pod?) in it - everyone thought it was banana bread. Though it didn't taste that way... Hmmmm....

Have fun!

Stephanie

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Wow! Thanks for all of the info. I'll try to check it out!!!

P.S. It feels good to know that I'm not the only one spelling/saying it weird. ;)

Lisa

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