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7/3/11 6:56 A

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Great Idea

I just took my newly diagnosed cousin on a tour of our local oriental grocery store. There are so many good ways to live GF that newly diagnosed would never think of. She bout a bottle of GF soy sauce to give to her favorite chinese food restaurant to encourage them to always gook GF. Another great business idea.

7/1/11 8:40 A

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Kathy, I don't know. You live in a big enough city it might not hurt to give it a try. See if your local health food stores would let you post flyers and if they would had some out for you. This was the suggestion that my local health food store gave me when I told them I would like to sell GF foods.
Also see if your local gastro Dr. would hand out your flyers.

Kathy I have in the past handed out printed information and given them to restaurants on how to make GF for their customers. What they do with them I don't know. But in that information you could also say you would be available for consultation for how ever much money you decide on

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7/1/11 12:49 A

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I was having tea with another GF friend today. She loves the fact that I try lots of new stuff, and am a creative cook.
She suggested that I start a consulting business for newly diagnosed GF folks, but more importantly for restaurants and caterers who have no clue about what is GF and how to keep things safe. I don't know if I'd make a lot, but would keep my prices quite low for individuals, and a bit higher for businesses.
I was grumbling about the horrible meal I was served in the interest of staying GF. Simple tricks and items on hand would make eating at a banquet, wedding reception, etc. possible and even good!
Any thoughts? I also wouldn't have any idea of what would be fair to ask. Maybe I'm crazy, but I have done my homework, and know more than many locally who have been GF longer than my paltry two years. I'm always learning and reading and experimenting.

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