NEXT MEETING: Our next meeting will be September 15th, 7:00PM - 9:00PM, Rex Hospital (Raleigh), Private Dining Room.
Beginning with our September meeting - and continuing on an "every other meeting" schedule - Whole Foods GF Bakehouse personnel will join us with newly developed products for taste-testing and detailed feedback from us. Due to this schedule, we will not be touring the GF Bakehouse this calendar year.
NEWS: Dave Gardner's bakery products are now available at:
Village Deli Cameron Village
Village Deli Lake Boone Trail
Ruckus Pizza Tryon Rd.
Ruckus Pizza Harrison Ave.
Kings Red and White
Durham Co-op Market
Geer St. Garden
Durham Farmers Market
Weaver St. Market Southern Village
Weaver St. Market
Johnnys Gone Fishin
Weaver St. Market
Bella Bean Organics
The General Store
Back Yard Produce
Give them a try - they are excellent!
Making a hit with GF Pizza is "Rosalini's Pizza and Subs," 6210 Rogers Rd., Rolesville. Tel: 919-453-1466. Website: www.RosalinisPizza.com Owners are GF knowledgeable and have dedicated space, utensils, and baking needs for GF food preparation. Feedback is very positive.
The Raleigh Celiac Support Group is a registered member of the Celiac Support Association, which is the American Support Association for those of us with Celiac Disease.
We meet every 2nd month (see calendar for dates) in the cafeteria's Private Dining Room at Rex Hospital on Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh.
At our meetings, our Group Leader, Patricia Berger, organizes speakers, nutritionists and local gluten free food suppliers to come and talk, educate and feed us!
The website for the Celiac Support Association is an excellent source of information about celiac disease, the symptoms, the legalities etc. Check it out at http://www.csaceliacs.info
On this website we focus on local support. We will give details of who is presenting at our bi-monthly meetings. We list restaurants that our members have recommended, we tell you about gluten free events that are happening in our area and help all of us live an easier, gluten free life in Raleigh.