-Bob's Red Mill GF Mighty Tasty Hot Cereal tinyurl.com/5uz84
-Garbo Bread (kinda tiny-sized, but pretty good; toasted, of course). In the frozen section. I've tried Sunflower and Sport. tinyurl.com/325x6j
-Pamela's Baking & Pancake mix www.pamelasproducts.com/Products_frames.ht
-Any Tinkyada brown rice pasta www.tinkyada.com/ProList.htm
-Bakery on Main brand granola cereal (nutty cranberry maple vs apple cinammon - haven't tried the others) www.bakeryonmain.com/pages/gluten-free.php
CHeck your prices as you go. Some things can be ordered through Amazon (over $25=free s/h) and also, glutenfreemall.com (through celiac.com's site). Ya gotta try it to like it though. Good luck.
(And all Pamela's cookies are very good for a treat- not so much on the waistline :)
Edit: also, remember not to order or buy in bulk too much. Many products don't have shelf-extenders and will go bad much more quickly. I had a moth problem from some boxed cereals I never got around to eating. It was such a pain to clean the entire pantry to find where they'd laid eggs!
Edited by: DOTSLADY at: 1/12/2008 (18:09)
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