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MOMSKI Posts: 52
4/2/07 8:55 A

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If you live near the Milwaukee, Wisconsin Airport - the Gluten Free Trading Post carries the Kinnickinnic brand and you can buy it by the case and get a discount.

I'm thinking of renting a truck and going across the border to Canada just to get this stuff! emoticon

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4/2/07 6:03 A

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You are soooooooooo right!
The kinnicknick brand is awesome.
So is a lot of their bread and their shipping charge is $10 max so I get 20 plus loaves at a time plus whatever else I want and then freeze the remainder for use over several months. I hear their donuts are fab but I have no willpower so don't buy them.
have a great day!
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4/1/07 10:43 P

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Surfing around the CD/GF boards - a lot of people are hankering for pizza.

I have found that the Kinnickinnic brand (from Canada) of frozen rice pizza crust is absolutely wonderful!

They come in small "personal pan" sizes and a 12 inch size.

They don't give much directions, but we pre-cook the crust at a lower temp - like 275F for about 10 minutes, then put on toppings. Bake at 350 for another 15 minutes, and broil the top for a nice bubbly effect.

I've tried Amy's Brand of frozen rice crust pizza - didn't really care for it, the sauce is thinly spread, and the crust is kind of sweet.

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