I know how you feel wow that's expensive but it is so worth it sometimes. The relief of having what others take for granted.
I heard about a bakery in Denver that does gluten free including GF wedding cakes.
DID you know you can buy gluten free ice cream cones both regular and waffle cones? I went nuts and brought back 6 boxes (3 different brands) One brand I paid $12 for 10 cones - expensive. I never even considered the price of the other 2 brands.
I was visiting Salt Lake City and went wild in the gluten free store, Against the Grain (all gluten free) and in Sunflower Farmers market. I purchased quite a bit in another healthy-foods store (name escapes me - but I think it is Good Earth) and even their regular grocery store Harmon's had several items I can get inexpensively.
It is obvious that different regions have different products. SLC also has a very active Gluten Intolerance Group chapter and they work to get restaurants and stores to serve/sell gluten free.
When we had to pack to come home I had 1 huge box of food, 2 small boxes and 2 very large bags (twice the size of a brown bag. Things didn't fit well in a mini van with 6 people. When asked the highlight of the trip it was the GF ice cream cones for my kids. They were so happy! We had ice cream cones a couple of time.
In the Service of the King.
| Pounds lost: 18.0