At PCC they have a new freezer endcap stocked with gluten free food. I love it when grocery stores stock the gf products all together, like at Whole Foods where there is a whole section of gluten free dry goods. After a quick browse, I picked out a frozen individual size pizza by Glutino, which I haven’t tried before. There was another woman looking, and my son was loudly reminding me that he was hungry for vanilla yogurt so I could not check everything out as long as I wanted. It made me think about grateful I am to live where I do. I can’t imagine there are many places as understanding of gluten intolerance as the Seattle area. It reminds me of what a woman once told me about a different situation, “It may not be a club you wanted to join, but since you are a member you are in a great place for it.” Very true! Now if only someone around here would open up a Gluten free Italian restaurant~ there are such great alternative grain pastas it would be relatively easy. There are already pizza places that offer gluten free pizzas which is a great start, but what about the whole menu? I guess I’ll just have to keep cooking my own pastas for now.
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