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The Wheat Free Life

So do you know anyone with wheat allergies? It is becoming more and more common and can seem so overwhelming at first because wheat is so much apart of the American diet. But I’m here to tell you that it is possible to eat and cook great tasting food without wheat. There is a new website called Thewheatfreelife.blospot.com that has great recipe’s and helpful tips especially if you are just getting started on this journey.
A good friend named Geri who has been cooking gluten free for her family of 12 for 3 years now gives a few tips on where to buy gluten free products locally.
The Boise Co-op has all of the different gluten free flours and pastas.
Jakes Gluten Free Store in Meridian has everything gluten free, but they are a small store so I would suggest calling first to make sure they have what you want in stock before going there.
Fred Meyers carries a whole line of gluten free products back in their health food section.
Winco has a few things and getting more all the time. They have white rice flour (not the asian market kind.) Tapioca Starch in bulk, so it is a lot less expensive and Gluten Free Elbow Macaroni noodles! It is WAY cheaper than anywhere!! They have it in bulk.
Albertsons carry’s a few things. The one in Eagle has a lot of gluten free items!
The Asian Market (9975 Fairview. #321-4502) is a great place to get White rice flour to use in baking goodies. Not for use in breads.
So there you go. Hopefully this helped. If you know someone who could use some help in this area please feel free to pass this info along.