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Chipotle
149 8th Ave, New York, New York, 10011
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In my opinion, anytime you visit a Chipotle you need to trust your instincts with regard to the servers and cross-contamination issues. I've asked at some Chipotles and they had no idea what I was talking about when I asked about "gluten free." But, some Chipotles may have vey well-trained staff.

Submitted on Mar 25, 2013

McCool's Ice Cream
14 Beechwood Road, Madison, New Jersey, 07901
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This old fashioned ice cream shop has locations in Madison and Summit, New Jersey. They serve Hershey's ice cream and most flavors are gluten free. They host birthday parties, too.

Submitted on Jan 21, 2013

Joe's American Bar & Grill
, Short Hills, New Jersey,
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Joe's American Bar & Grill is located at the Short Hills Mall and a favorite of shoppers. They have gluten free pasta and pizza plus salads and grilled entrees (i.e. steak). I wish that they would get a gluten free burger bun (buy a few bags of Udi's burger buns) so that my husband could enjoy one

Submitted on Jan 13, 2013

Udi's Bagel with Mozzarella & Tomato
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Udi's bread and bagels are my favorite gluten free breads! I especially like the whole grain, which are not very grainy at all. Even my kids prefer the whole grain bagels and bread over the white ones. And, they would never eat a really grainy bread. My FAVORITE lunch is a well toasted Udi's

Submitted on Dec 04, 2012

Emergency Preparedness Gluten Free Foods
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For the first several days after the hurricane, all restaurants and grocery stores in our area were closed. Luckily, we had stocked up and had lots of gluten free food on hand. But, what if you don't have forewarning? What if you are quickly evacuated from your home? Well, I've had time

Submitted on Nov 16, 2012

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