Monday, April 3, 2017

My brother recently reported that his gluten free friend is thrilled with the Sabor Latin Bar and Grill, located at 309 N. Mead, 201-4880 (phone).  Her daughter and self share a large risotto dish and are delighted with the flavor.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Lucky Derby has a new all gluten free coffee house called:  Park Grounds Coffee House at 401 E. Madison.  Phone number is 558-8550 and their hours are:  7am-5pm Mon. through Thursday.  Fri. and Sat. they are open 7am-8pm and closed on Sunday.

A wheat eater friend ate a blueberry muffin and said it was great--as good as wheat!  I can't wait to go!  Let's support this new venture.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

I have just found out about Three Bakers breads, pizzas, etc.  They look so good and their site has a free e-book full of great looking foods!  We are supposed to have this brand at Dillons.  Have any of you found it and tried it yet?  Let us know.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Our next CEO will be:
Day:        March 4, 2017 
Place:     Outback Steakhouse, 233 S Ridge Rd, South of Maple on west side of street
Time:      1pm

Please call Gayle at least 2 days ahead at 788-2531 so she can call to ask them to save a few tables for us.  Also, she likes to mention our needs.

As always, if the weather is hazardous we will cancel.

Hope to see you there.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

I just watched:  Gluten Free Q & A with Dr. Tom O'Bryan.  It's about 42 mins. and very informative!  My only disagreement with him was when he said that if a product says Gluten Free, such as oats, then it is!  I know I got glutenned from Cheerios!  He describes growing the oats with likely contamination from other fields, loading it in trucks that previously transported wheat, processing it on equipment that processed wheat before, etc.  He mentioned sky high levels of gluten in oats! 

He also mentioned a new test that tests more of the protein peptides of gluten.  This one "wheat Zoomer" is very accurate and tests 26-30 of the peptides.  He says most doctors do not know about the new test.  7 or 8 of 10 people are testing positive, because it is more extensive testing.  He reccomends EVERYONE get tested once a year to make sure they can really tolerate gluten before a terrible illness manifests!  You can read about it at