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3/14/07 9:28 A

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Yeah, I read that, too. It's too bad he lost his heel - and weird that the accident made him not want to eat bread every again! Now that's a medical mystery I can appreciate.

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3/13/07 5:04 P

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Interesting timing. I also found out more about this pizza today, there was an article on one of the celiac topic RSS feeds.

Hopefully the url fits:
http://www.timesrepublican.com/News/arti
cles.asp?articleID=7558

I did find it at Hy-Vee which has become more prevalent in the midwest. I didn't realize this pizza's history. Very interesting.

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3/13/07 4:30 P

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HikingChic, I found that cheese pizza crust pizza at vanhardens.com. $10/za and about the same to ship it (if you ordered 10). Where I live they have to ship it next day air. I think if you live in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, SD or Wisconsin you're able to get it at HyVee (?) grocery. Lucky. (There is a sausage and pepperoni pizza, too).

I just can't justify the cost of a $20 piece of cheese right now, but I'm going to tell my local grocer about it!

Thanks for the heads up on that!



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2/20/07 9:29 A

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I noticed cheese cheese and more cheese pizza at a regular grocery store. emoticon

There is a website as well for the Van Harden pizzas.


I haven't seen El Peto products in my area. At least not yet. :)

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2/20/07 8:35 A

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I have simple recipes for Pizza crust and a bun recipe I can't make a loaf out of it but the buns are great and it is easy if any one wants them just email me. Have a wonderful day
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2/19/07 8:55 P

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El Peto makes awesome bread and Amy's makes a GF pizza but I haven't had it yet.

I bought both of these at Sobey's.

I haven't enjoyed the Glutino breads and the kinni(something or other) every time I've bought their hamburgers buns there has been mold on it (nothing against the company!! I think they have to ship from so far and that's why it happens) but I LOVE the El Peto Italian Bread and I have some El Peto Rice and Potato bread but I haven't tasted that yet.

 
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I've never heard of it. Which grocery store - regular or natural/health?

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Not sure how new this one is, but I just spotted it for the first time in the grocery store freezer section yesterday.

Van Harden Cheese Crust Pizza (gluten-free)

It looks and tastes like pizza, but is mostly cheese. Very thin crust as it is made from a mixture of cheeses, corn and potato starch.

I don't think I could eat it very often, but it did taste good!

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You can also buy corn tortillas and make a wrap..I do the waffles for tuna fish and its yummy. I have tried all the breads and Kinnicki (sp?) has been the best so far. Alot of other ones get gummy. The Ener G bread isnt to bad either. Really call around for health food stores. My inlaws live in a small small small town and they even can find alot of GF stuff n their town.
If you want to make your own I hear you really have to wrok at it. The people that are successful put in something or dont put in something to receipes and dont realize it, b/c mine NEVER come out good and I even bought a bread maker. O well such is life.
Good luck. I LOVE earth Fare and Trader Joes..They carry ALOT of GF stuff.

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1/14/07 11:54 A

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Hi everyone. Thanks for the info. I will check out Whole food markets on the internet. Too bad they aren't here though. I bet it will only be a matter of time until it does.

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1/13/07 6:59 P

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Pyeway, I see Dots answered your question. Before finding Whole Foods Market, I ordered most of my products from Glutino in Canada, however the shipping was pretty high. You can check them out online at www.wholefoodsmarket.com

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I like the Van's GF Flax waffles! My daughter thinks they are gross, so I don't have to share! That is rare with children. Our Walmart doesn't have them, but Kroger does. If you live in the Midwest Meijer stores have a lot of GF foods for a regular grocery store.

 
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Pye - Yes, Whole Foods is stateside. It's also considered one of the best companies to work for in the US! (Per recent poll by Fortune magazine.) I don't know Canada's health food store equivalent, but it's like being a kid in a candy store for us here (some being larger, newer, brighter, better than others of course). We don't have one in OK. But they're based out of Texas (so close and yet so far!).

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1/13/07 9:49 A

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Suze442003, are you in the states? I'm in Canada, and have never heard of Whole Foods Market.

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If you can find a Whole Foods Market, you'll be in GF heaven. They even have their own line of GF products. Their breads are awesome. The closest one to me is 2 hrs. away, but worth the drive.

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1/7/07 5:34 P

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I sometimes eat GF waffles just plain; no syrup. I find the fruit in them sweet enough so no syrup needed. I have also had scrambled eggs on top of a waffle. Different! I might only eat toast now once a week, and then it's only one piece of bread as apposed to two

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I don't eat bread much nowadays, but sometimes it's nice. I will look into Glutino and think of you!

And for a less expensive alternative, I read on celiac.com's msg board about using Van's gf/wheat free waffles as a bread. I had an open-faced turkey sandwich yesterday and it was fine. No crumbling either. ($2.59 for a box of 6 at WalMart).

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Good morning Dotslady. I can't remember what I was trying to say. I went back over the postings and I can't remember! Sorry. I have tried the Kinnickinicki breads, but not their pizza crust. I don't think I've even seen it. I don't mind their Sunflower bread, or the Honey one, but overall I still prefer Glutino Flax.
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Pyeway - were you thinking of Kinnickinick bread? I've tried their frozen pizza crust, but it was too thick for my taste. My daughter liked it fine. ($$$)

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Welcome to the team Mizwizn. I have been a diagnosed celiac for almost 24 years! I too miss soups. I grew up on all the Campbell's soups. I have found the following: Campbell's Chicken and Rice, Campbell's Wild and White Rice, Presto (?) Chicken and Rice, and Campbell's Basil & Herb (used to be called Italian Tomato). The Italian Tomato, or whatever it is called in your area, is good. I make it with milk instead of water as they suggest, as we all need the extra calcium, and it makes the soup thicken. I then crush nacho chips into the soup instead of GF crackers. I have started an avalanche of soup eating in my house with this soup and nacho chips!! My family loves it. I have heard that Campbell's Bean and Bacon soup is GF, but it isn't anything I'd try, so check the ingredients. All, or most, major food companies can, and will, provide a list of their GF products.

I also make my own turkey soup with left over turkey, and tons of veggies in it. I use carrots, peas, corn, onions, rutabagga, green beans and sometimes potatoes, although more often than not I use brown rice instead. Before I make soup, about a week or two before I do, any water I have from boiling veggies, I put in the freezer to use as my stock for the soup. This then gives the soup all the extra nutrients instead of it going down the drain. I have also made chicken soup stock when I make the family chicken wings. I save the tips of the wings, boil them and save it for stock.

Good luck in your search for GF soups.
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1/5/07 3:34 P

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Maybe I'm off topic, being new here, hope this is okay. I like hot soup during the winter, and not being a cook, I wondered which soups other celiacs eat. I have found the Progresso chicken and wild rice to be very good and filling. I bought a Healthy Choice, but was scared to try it. I called their 1-800 number, but it was a generic recording.
I have found 2 items at Wild Oats for those who like something sweet to finish off a meal - Enjoy-Life Carmel Apple snack bars and Glutino Breakfast Bars.
Our local celia chapter meets later this month, I'll pass along any new information I think may help others.

 
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Hi Wiznizn. Glad to hear the Glutino products are available so far away! I haven't tried their french rolls. Will have to give them a try sometime. I have really cut down on my bread consumption, although it was never a huge product I'd consume. I also love my toast in the morning and other than that, that would be all the breads I'd eat in one day. Sometimes a muffin or bun with a hamburger. I really like El Peto carrot muffins! They are so good. I found though that the El Peto fruit muffins like blueberry, or tropical fruit get very soggy when defrosting. I found if I put a frozen carrot muffin in a zip lock bag over night, when I am ready to eat it the next day, it is SO moist! Try them if you can find them.
All the best to you.
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1/3/07 6:47 P

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I recently found Glutino products in my local Wild Oats store. I love their flax bread, and also the french rolls. I used the Ener-G bread (tapioca) for a while, but I didn't like it and it was so high in calories and fat. I missed my morning toast and, at that time, it was all I could find. Glad I found this room, it is good to read what other celiacs share.
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I've tried the Ener-G and I didn't like it. I still prefer the Glutino. If you can get a hold of Glutino products, give them a try.
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Bob's Red Mill has a good bread mix, all gluten-free. I've been able to alter it enough to be egg-free and dairy free with a bit of doctoring. :) Ener-G rice bread or tapioca bread gets good reviews (never tried them). There's several places on-line where you can get recipes and ideas.


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There is a HUGE difference between gluten free and wheat free! I tried Spelt bread a few years ago, and that was a huge mistake. It is not gluten free. Tasted good though!

I usually buy Glutino products now, but also something that starts with a K (sorry, I'm at work and I couldn't spell the name if I tried). Glutino makes a ton of products, all gluten free. Their bagels are so good, but heavy on calories as all bagels are. But I splurge once in a while and buy them. I like their flax seed bread. That is pretty much the only type of bread I buy from them now(trying to keep up the fibre!). They have hamburger buns, English muffins which I use as hamburger buns. They are really good. I find the hamburger buns just too big for me. I that is all I have, I cut them into 3rds and throw one out. They have bagettes for sub sandwiches, they have all sorts of crackers and cookies too. Yum! I prefer them over any other names in the GF business and trust me, I have tried them all. I am not particular on Kinsgmill or any others. Depends also what is available on where you live, country etc.

Anyway, that's my 2 cents worth.
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Yes, I thought you were probably just wheat free. I'm rushed as I leave on a trip tonight. My recommendation is to check the messages in all topics on this team. You'll find a lots links, tips and resource information already posted.
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Sorry to have put out information that may have been harmful. The package did say wheat free which is good for my son - we are not celiacs, just trying to live gluten and dairy free. If you have any good recipes for gluten free bread I would appreciate them. Jane


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I usually just make my own bread with flours that work for me (sorghum, tapioca, potato, and garfava) which works well. I'm one of the ones that can't eat oats. :(

Ener-G makes a good GF bread if you can eat rice flour. I'd try something like that. You might be able to do something with soy as well.

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Sorry to disappoint you JR but this product is NOT Gluten Free!
Here is the Ingredient list I found:
Ingredients: whole kernel rye, water, wholemeal rye flour, oat kernels, barley kernels, linseed, salt, out fiber, sesame, yeast.
The members of this team must follow a gluten free diet for life. It is not optional.
Rye and Barley both have gluten. Oats is questionable. Many of us cannot eat oats.
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I found a wheat free bread today that I really like. I found it in the Kosher food section and it's called Mestemacher Three Grain Bread. 120 calories a slice (1 slice is enough) but kind of pricey at $2.89 for 7 slices. I am not a big sandwich person, but sometimes I get in the mood. Mestemacher makes some other flavors of breads, too. Let me know if you have tried it!


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