Gluten Free Burque


Gluten Free Burque

Discussion group for sharing recipes, stores, and other avenues for living a gluten-free lifestyle. Calling all Celiac Albuquerqueans or anyone allergic to gluten, wheat, or gluten-intolerant.

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Gluten Free Baked Goods at New Downtown Cafe 3 Replies

Started by Deanna Nichols. Last reply by Jessica Ann Brandonisio Jun 16, 2010.

Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

Started by Heidi Kelly Mar 3, 2010.

Gluten-Free Chex Mix

Started by Heidi Kelly Mar 3, 2010.

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Comment by Celeste Bradley on December 16, 2014 at 8:03pm
Pita Tava on Paseo del Norte & Wyoming can serve up a long list of wheat-free yummy! Check it out--this place got hit hard by the I-25 construction, but the interchange is FINISHED. Try the combination feast sans pita! SO GOOD.
Comment by John Davis on May 26, 2011 at 9:29pm
Hey GFers, I'm relatively new to town and thankful to find your group (and your comments).  I have Crohn's and it's best for me to be GF (in addition other diet restrictions).  So, can anyone recommend a progressive minded GI doc?  And while I'm at it how about nutritionist or other health care professional that's been helpful?  Thanks.
Comment by RASOI an Indian Kitchen on July 27, 2010 at 8:33am
RASOI has several gluten free entrees, including rice and bread. Gluten free Rice & Bread are not served as part of the Buffet (a la carte only). Please join us for our daily lunch buffet from 11 - 2:30, dinner a la carte 5 - 9 pm, tuesday & sunding dinner buffet served with our complimentary house wine. We also deliver and cater for all occassions. (505) 268-5327 110 Yale Blvd NW
Comment by Angie King on March 3, 2010 at 10:57pm

Check out these Gluten Free Fish Tacos. Try em and let me know how they turn out! Enjoy!
Comment by Heidi Kelly on September 27, 2009 at 11:57am
Writing a blog and review products and restaurants from the Albuquerque area. Check it out:
Comment by Nicole Gramlich on September 16, 2009 at 5:55pm
Starbucks has a GF muffin as well. What I like most is that it is actually packaged so it doesn't get contaminated with all the other pastries they have in the shop. It's an orange/almond cake (or something close to that). It's actually very tasty. :)

I'll have to see what "Just Muffin Around" has as well... I wouldn't have guessed they had anything GF. Nice to know!
Comment by Heidi Kelly on May 6, 2009 at 11:44am
Hi all, I am new to the group. I was diagnosed with Celiac 4 1/2 years ago and my 5 year old was diagnosed in December 2008. I live, eat, and breathe Gluten-Free....mostly because my passion is cooking and baking and I am determined to make everything a 5 year old would love so my children dont have to feel left out. I am in the middle of taking a cake decorating class right now at the Specialty Shop (you should see me in my "protective gear", vinyl gloves, etc. to try and avoid being contaminated). I have mastered my own, from-scratch cake recipes....only need to know how to like more than just frosting!

Anyway...have you all been to R. Downs off of Montgomery b/w Louisiana and Pennsylvania in the Mossman Center? Dr. Downs has done an AMAZING job at stocking GF foods that you cant find at Whole Foods, TJ's or the Co-Op. I personally shop at all 4. Dr. Downs started carrying some bagels that have been all the rage in the Celiac community. They are from a company called "Joan's GF Great Bakes) out of NY. is a REAL Bagel!!! Crunchy Crust on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. I literally cried. We eat them for breakfast, use them for sandwiches and even make little pizzas with them. Only catch...they are $13.99 for 6....yep, but they are so worth it, and we only have them on occasion. A special treat. Check them out!
Comment by Nicole Gramlich on May 5, 2009 at 12:57pm
*gasp* I didn't know that! I'll have to check out Trader Joe's!
Comment by Rosemary Eachus on May 5, 2009 at 8:00am
You're right -- this is awesome! I've been GF for eight years, having been diagnosed with Celiac. My husband manages the Trader Joe's on Paseo. I'm happy that they have added a "G" to the product signs for gluten free products to make it a little easier for those of us who live GF to shop.
Comment by Nicole Gramlich on May 2, 2009 at 12:08pm
Now this is awesome! My son has Celiac and I always feel that he's the only one in the city with it. It's nice to see other faces!

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