www.BuzzsBakery.co.cc they have a lot of gluten free products. Their site isn't quite up and running just yet but it is something to keep your eye one. The bread was amazing! Oh and did I mention it was vegan too! Crazy good! Anyway I cannot say enough about farmers markets, nothing tastes better then fresh vegetables right from the source. I prefer to grow my own but when its winter this is the next best thing!Now that I have mentioned the farmers market I need to also talk about that! If you are from the southern Maine area, there is on in Portland, Maine every weekend and one in New Hampshire that travels between Exeter High School and Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford every other weekend. This is an amazing way to get fresh vegetables and local goods throughout the winter. I highly recommend it. It really is the best part of my weekend. I love seeing all the people out and enjoying the local products and everyone with their environmental friendly bags, those things make me happy, I guess I am easy to please! Anyway you should definitely check it out if you already haven't. I even was able to get gluten free french bread! You can check it out at
Well I must bid you adieu now, I have to relax before life starts in full force again tomorrow, between work and school and my gluten/hormone research! PHEW I am a busy gal! I was wondering though; how you all are doing with your gluten free adventures? I have gotten a few private emails but lets hear it! Let this be a place of support, you are not in it alone :-) I soon will have the recipe for you for the coconut cream dough-nots and update you on my research.
P.S. I am feeling MARVELOUS! Still no bloat! In fact my stomach bothered me a tiny bit this morning from who know what and I didn't bloat up! That is mind blowing for me!
Peace, Love and Eat Well, Ashley