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Newly Diagnosed? + ATX Gluten-Free News: February 2010

February 2, 2010
Are you newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease?  Are you trying out the gluten-free lifestyle and not sure where to start? This is a great opportunity to learn about gluten-free foods. The best part is- you will know where the gluten-free foods are located in their gigantic store, and maybe you will learn a thing or two about a delicious new product.
From the Whole Foods website:
Gluten-Free Store Tour: February 3rd (Wednesday)

6:00pm Free!

Tour Whole Foods Market in search of the best gluten-free products with our knowledgeable guide, Anne Allen, of the Austin Chapter of the Alamo Celiac Support Group.  Sign up at the Concierge Desk or call 512.542.2243

Also happening around Austin:

Apothecary Wine Bar is now offering gluten-free paninis, bruschetta and cheese (cracker) plates. This is very exciting! Finally, a wine bar with several eating options for people living gluten-free.

Rio’s Brazilian Cafe is now open! They are serving breakfast, lunch and dinner at their new East Side site. Drive-thru available. Their gluten-free cheese bread is to-die-for.

WildWood Art Cafe has a great special going on right now- gluten-free ravioli (beef, cheese or veggie), with soup and salad for $7.99!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 2, 2010 4:57 pm

    Thanx for posting this. I was diagnosed with dermatitis herpetiformis over 3 years ago–but I still find it hard to make the switch to completely gluten-free living. Thankfully we live in a city where it’s easier.

    Please keep up the postings! They help a lot!

    Best,
    Chris

    • atxglutenfree permalink*
      February 2, 2010 5:01 pm

      Thanks Chris! I am happy to help 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions! And yes- I am so happy to live in a city that appreciates gluten-free living. It makes it a whole lot easier for us! — Jess @ ATX Gluten Free

  2. February 16, 2010 10:30 pm

    Thank you for your help!

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