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    The bakery is “Against the Grain”.  The owners started it because their child was gluten intolerant.  They use no grains whatsoever.

    The baguettes are crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside.  Very yummy. Ingredients:
    Tapioca starch, milk, eggs, mozzarella cheese, canola oil, salt.

    The rolls are perfect for hamburger buns or just any kind of sandwich on a bun.  Also very good.  Ingredients:
    Tapioca starch, milk, mozzarella cheese, eggs, canola oil, salt.

    They also have pizza.  I like it a lot. I load it with grilled vegetables and pop it in the oven right on the grid with no pan under it.  That gives it a crispy shell.  

    If you live near a Whole Foods store, check out their freezer department and try these baked goods.  It is exactly what I needed so that I don't have to bake bread so often!

     

     

    #9137
    Polina ConradPolina
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    Thank you for this info, I would have never known Whole Foods started to carry that brand 🙂

    #9138
    Lori Quandtfarmwife67
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    I'll have to look and see if they carry any dairy free bread.

    #9148
    Saroj EkkaSaroj Ekka
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    Is there any website or online order possible?

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    Martha SwiftMartha
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    The Whole Foods in Sugar Land is carrying the “Vermont Country” Rolls from Against the Grain.  They are DAIRY FREE.  The ingredients are Tapioca starch, organic coconut milk (with guar gum), whole eggs, non-GMO canola oil, water, molasses, sesame seeds, flax seeds, salt, cocoa, and poppy seeds.  The ingredients that Jean listed above are for the “Original Brand” rolls.  It's good to see that this company is making some dairy-free items also.  Their website is http://www.againstthegraingourmet.com.  Unfortunately, they do not do online ordering.

    #9171
    Martha SwiftMartha
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    Two further thoughts – the Against the Grain website has a store locator by state that may help you find the products.  Also, a friend of mine in Michigan was able to get a local cafe owner to order some of the products from her distributor.  My friend had to buy they in bulk, but they were cheaper than what I can find retail.

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    marciacharlenemarciacharlene
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    Oh, my goodness!  I just saw Against the Grain and dairy free in the same sentence- you have made my day!  I thought all their products had dairy.  I know Dr. O doesn't like gums, so maybe just a rare treat, but I am anxious to try!  Be blessed-

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