I wanted to share this email I received from Cheryl Wilson, president of the SAZCSG. I wasn’t at the GFFF, but I trust her if she says it’s this good, then we should all do what we can to make this happen.
Hey folks—want to encourage you ALL to contact your local store and ask them to carry The Grainless Baker products that were sampled at the GFFF. If asked what distinguishes them (and you did not try the cream puffs at the GFFF) then mention GF Cream Puffs. ‘nuff said. However, if that is NOT enough, their baguettes (which, unfortunately, they did not bring to the GFFF) are amazing!!!! Just like those we remember—crusty on the outside and chewing in the middle—yum! They were the only ones carrying GF mock rye bread @ the GFFF—and although there may be another vendor making mock rye, I haven’t heard of any.
More than that? I have NEVER, EVER had a GF hamburger bun that stayed together and had good texture until now. So good, in fact, I had TWO last night! I’ve hardly had a GF bun since 2002, but these are incredible—my husband even likes them and he doesn’t have to eat GF J. They are so like “regular” buns (both hamburger and hot dog) that they are sold in some sports stadiums in the Eastern USA—quite a coup.
For those of you who WERE at the GFFF you may have tasted their biscotti and loved it—they sold out of biscotti at least an hour before the GFFF was over…
So call, Email, speak in person to the manager of your local store—and if your local store happens to be the Whole Foods on Oracle, make sure you talk to Steve and ask him to carry THE GRAINLESS BAKER products.
|Cheryl Caffarella Wilson, President
Southern Arizona Celiac Support Group
CSA Chapter 15, Tucson (501c3)