Cocoabeans Gluten-free Bakeshop
|Cocoabeans is a gluten free facility, there are not many gluten free bakeries in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Cocoabeans and all gluten free facilities in your area.
Cocoabeans is a dedicated gluten free Bakery. They use fresh whole ingredients, organic where possible.
Cocoabeans Gluten-free Bakeshop
268 Tache Ave., Winnipeg
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|Abby’s Table is a gluten free facility, there are not many gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Abby’s Table and all gluten free facilities.
Abby’s Table has a 100% Gluten Free Kitchen. Also everything is Dairy and Soy free with a vegan option. The best gluten free restaurant in Portland. They do TAKE OUT (or you can sit at a table and do your own bussing) during the week days from 11:30-7 pm, Saturdays 11:30-2. They also do fabulous sign up in advance dinners!
609 SE Ankeny Street, Portland OR
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|A dedicated gluten free bakery means the bakery is dedicated to preparing only gluten free goods. No products containing gluten are used there. No More Belly Aching Bakery is a gluten free bakery. There are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free restaurants in North America. Please support gluten free restaurants and gluten free bakeries when you find them. If they are supported by Celiacs they will continue to profit and operate in your community.
No More Belly Aching a Dedicated Gluten Free Bakery
No More Belly Aching Bakery is a Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Bakery. They offer a wide range of exciting products including breads, sweets, muffins, pastries, pies and cakes. They are sensitive to the often over-looked population of allergy sufferers and cater to their needs for fresh delicious baked goods.
No More Belly Aching
9290 Lee Road #103, Brighton, MI, Phone 810-225-9773
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The Blue Monkey Gluten Free Bakery
|The Blue Monkey is a gluten free bakery, there are not many gluten free bakeries in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support The Blue Monkey.
The Blue Monkey is Corvallis’ only fully Gluten Free bakery. They offer a variety of delicious, handmade artisan breads and treats prepared daily.
The Blue Monkey
363 SW Jefferson Avenue, Corvallis, Oregon phone 541.738.2591
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|Sweet 27 is a gluten free bakery & cafe, there are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free cafes in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Sweet 27 and all gluten free facilities when you find them.
Gluten Free Bakery & Cafe – Sweet 27
BALTIMORE’S PREMIER GLUTEN FREE CAFE
Sweet 27 gluten-free cafe and bakery in Baltimore features a sinfully delicious menu, healthy, gluten-free, and affordable food. Their menu combines Asian cuisine with a variety of international flavors to create fabulously delicious meals. From gluten-free to vegan to cream cheese frosting, our cupcakes will make anyone’s mouth water. Everyday, they try to have different cupcake flavors to dance on your palate as well as a selection of gluten-free muffins, cookies, pies and cakes. They also offer an array of items available for catering.
Originating in Baltimore, Sweet 27 strives to support local businesses by using all-natural, local goodness whenever possible.
Sweet 27 gluten-free cafe and bakery
123 West 27th Street, Baltimore, MD
Phone 410 464 7211
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|Enter the address into the Gluten Free Restaurant Locator to find this or other restaurants in Baltimore. Baltimore has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free food.
|A Matter of Taste Take Out is a gluten free restaurant (unless you order regular bread, which is brought in). There are not many gluten free restaurants in Nashville so please support A Matter of Taste and any other restaurant that makes the effort to go gluten free.
A Matter of Taste Take Out
The owner of the business was diagnosed with a Gluten Allergy, she knows the difficulties of eating out. She wanted to create a menu that could provide options. All of the items on their menu are gluten free, unless you order regular bread (which they have brought in, and not made in their kitchen).
A Matter of Taste Take Out offers fresh food, take out, for busy people who like to have wholesome options. Do you know what’s in your food? They do! They offer freshly made sandwiches, salads, soups, sweet treats and daily specials or you can choose from their grab and go selections. They feature farm fresh, local (when possible) ingredients of the highest quality.
The owner says, “I have especially missed sandwiches, crackers and baked goods that taste great! Most gluten free options for breads, cookies and other baked goods are very dense and often flavorless. My goal was to create food that my kids would not automatically ask “is this gluten free mom”? They love our cookies and I must say our cookies ROCK! as does everything else on our menu! Our fresh baked goodies are all gluten free and will change frequently. Our cookies rock!”
A Matter of Taste Take Out
2401 B Franklin Road, Nashville, TN
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|Enter the address into the Gluten Free Restaurant Locator to find this or other restaurants in the Nashville area. Nashville has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free food.
|Rice Gluten Free Takeout, there are not many gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Rice Gluten Free Takeout and all gluten free restaurants. If gluten free restaurants are supported by Celiacs more will open and the existing ones will profit and continue operate in our communities.
Rice Gluten Free Takeout
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Thai, Vietnamese, American comfort food: Burgers, Spring mix salads, Pizzas, Club sandwiches and wild caught Salmon. All whole food ingredients including select organic produce and grass fed meats
Everything is Gluten-free
Rice Gluten Free Takeout
13032 Nacogdoches Road Suite 200, San Antonio, TX
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| Enter the address into the Gluten Free Restaurant Locator to find Rice or other restaurants in the San Antonio area. San Antonio has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free food.
|Flour Buds is an all natural gluten free bakery. There are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Flour Buds and all gluten free restaurants and gluten free bakeries when you find them.
Flour Buds Gluten Free Bakery
Flour Buds Bakery is an allergy free and gluten free bakery offering great tasting and healthy baked goods using only the freshest ingredients available. They pride themselves in offering a wide variety of high-quality healthy goods, baked fresh daily. Their bakers are always creating new recipes to provide their customers with something nutritious and delicious.
Delicious Empanadas, pizza, knishes, desserts, etc. All gluten free!
116A Main St., Nyack, NY Phone 845.353.0383
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|Enter Flour Buds address into the Gluten Free Restaurant Locator to Flour Buds or restaurants in the Nyack area. Nyack has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free meals.
Controlling gluten in your food is difficult
Celiacs can control the food supply in their own home by reading labels and being careful what they buy and eat. A simple thing like dipping in the butter a second time when buttering toast, can leave bread crumbs in the butter. This may be all it takes to trigger an autoimmune reaction. Some Celiacs remove all the gluten from their homes and everyone eats gluten free, it is easier and safer that way.
Controlling the food at home is difficult, but when eating out a Celiac has no control over what is in the food. If gluten free food is ordered and the cook contaminates it with flour during preparation, Celiacs will become ill.
Restaurants are starting to become more aware of the problems Celiacs face and many restaurants can prepare gluten free food. The problem for Celiacs is finding those restaurants that can serve them safely. Travel can be especially difficult when one is not familiar with the restaurants in the area. Finding a restaurant is a simple thing for most people, but for a Celiac it can be a time consuming and frustrating experience. When most people travel they find a restaurant that looks good and stop to eat. When a Celiac wants to find a restaurant they stop and ask if the restaurant can serve gluten free food. Often this question is met with a blank stare from the server, so moving on is the only choice. When a restaurant says they can serve gluten free food a Celiac needs to decide if in fact they can. Usually this is done through a series of questions, if the answers seem reliable the decision may be to stay for a meal. If the food is contaminated with gluten, the Celiac is the one who suffers not the restaurant employees.
Health Canada Regulations – Food Allergens
New regulations regarding the labeling of food allergens for Canadians came into force August 4, 2012. The Health Canada report states that “approximately five to six per cent of young children and three to four per cent of adults suffer from food allergies. Nearly one per cent of the population is affected by celiac disease, for whom the consumption of foods containing gluten can lead to long term complications.
The new regulations will require better labeling of packaged foods to make it easier for people to understand what allergens are present in the food they purchase. Under the old rules labels often showed contents such as spices, or natural or artificial flavours. These products could contain gluten or other allergens and the user had no way of knowing what the contents were.
The new regulations will require additional and better labeling and require clearer language declaring “hidden” allergens, gluten sources.
Great new for Celiacs and others with food allergies.