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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

vancouver's first all gluten free store

Andrea and I are really excited about Vancouver’s first all gluten free grocery store that opened recently, called Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty!

Ed’s Gluten Free Speciality carries exclusively gluten free products, including many favorites like Udi’s, Glutino, Kinnickinnick, Bob's Red Mill, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and Quejo’s, but also a unique range of other products like Orgran, GoGo Quinoa, Kettle Cuisine and Stella’s that no other store, including Whole Foods or Choices, carries! Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty has managed to bring in an excellent selection of gluten free products found nowhere else. the following is a list of our gluten free product highlights found at Ed’s:

Orgran
  • crispibread (essential fibre, quinoa, toasted corn, toasted buckwheat)
  • cereal( rice O’s, cocoa O’s, multigrain O’s with quinoa, 4 grain hot cereal with chia)
  • buckwheat pancake mix
  • spirals pasta (buckwheat, rice and millet, vegetable and rice)
GoGo Quinoa
  • quinoa chocolate chip cookies
  • soup (quinoa cream, quinoa and vegetable)
  • cereal (quinoa flakes, quinoa cocoa puffed cereal, crunchy 5 grain muesli)
  • 3 grain pancake mix
  • granissimo pilaf, vegan paella, and 5 grains
  • organic red and white quinoa
  • quinoa penne, spaghetti, fusili and macaroni pasta
Kettle Cuisine (frozen)
  • tomato soup
  • chicken noodle with rice noodles
  • new England clam chowder
  • three bean chili
  • beef steak chili
Stella’s Perogies and Ravioli
  • 4 cheese ravioli
  • perogies
  • also comes in dairy, corn, yeast, soy and egg free
      R.W. Garcia
      • 5 seed corn crackers (rosemary and garlic, onion and chive, tellicherry cracked pepper)
        Eds also carries Lucy's cookies, instant miso soup called King Soba, gravy mixes from Maxwell's Kitchen, chicken finger and onion ring mixes from Hol Grain, gluten free marshmallows and jelly beans, and a unique sandwich toasting bag called Toast-a-Bags

        Andrea and I are working on a few reviews of gluten free products found at Ed’s including a cookie review of GoGo Quinoa’s chocolate chip cookies, a rice crispy square recipe using Dandies marshmellows, review of Toast-a-Bags, as well as our thoughts on Stella’s perogies and ravioli.

        Ed’s is the perfect place to shop if you are celiac, gluten intolerant, or stocking up for someone who is! happy gluten free shopping!  Robyn.



        15 comments:

        Ariane said...

        HANG ON. did you just say there are gf/dairy-free perogies???? i'm not going to get excited yet. just in case. (i'm from saskatchewan and grew up with a ukrainian family next door, you can't imagine how much i miss perogies!)

        jthor99 said...

        Not all gluten-free. They carry wheat-free Flax4Life muffins, which contain oats. Flax4Life claims their muffins have no gliadin (wheat gluten) and post lab results backing this up. Unfortunately, oats contain the gluten protein known as avenin.

        Some celiacs can tolerate avenin. Others, such as myself, cannot. Just a buyer-beware warning.

        Anonymous said...

        Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is not the first gluten free store in Vancouver. There has been one for quite some time called Panne Rizo. If you can't tell from the name it is Rice Bread. It has been on the kits side of Burrard street bridge on Cornwall since I don't know when but quite a few years. But yay for more choice!

        robyn said...

        thanks for your comments everyone!

        ariane, the perogies and ravioli from stella's are fantastic!

        jeff, great point about being careful about oats. its a reminder for everyone to always check ingredient labels even if the product says gluten free. andrea and I discussed oats and avenin in this blog post: http://glutenfree-vancouver.blogspot.com/2010/02/gluten-free-cookies-at-starbucks.html

        and anonymous...the point of this article was to feature vancouver's first gluten free grocery store. panne rizo did open years ago but is primarily a bakery with a few grocery items on their shelves. in contrast, you can actually do most of your grocery shopping at Ed's.

        thanks for reading our blog!

        robyn + andrea

        Ariane said...

        I'll definitely have to check it out - Pane Rizo is actually useless to me because almost all of their stuff has either yeast or dairy in it (both no-no's for me). Choices GF bakery is pretty great but It's really fantastic to have some more options!

        Umar Nadeem said...

        superb blog i just visit your blog its really great

        Urdu poetry

        Ed's Gluten Free said...

        We have gone ahead and marked products that contain oats in our store with a neon orange sticker on the price tag. we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate the feedback.

        b said...

        Not so hip on the taste of Panne Rizo's focciacia bread. Dry. However, the shortbread is to die for!

        Anonymous said...

        I just took a trip into Ed's Gluten Free! I will never shop at choices, wholefoods, or any other big grocery store again! They had so many choices it was incediable! It felt amazing to go in and just feel like I can eat again! Some of the great finds I found where Molly b's crepes and brownies! The namasta mixes and so easy to make and are amazing! I tried the pizza crust and it tasted like real pizza! Omg and they got new ravioli's, spinach and cheese and sundried tomato, both were amazing!
        If you haven't been go! Your eyes will be opened up!

        OSOS KAHLA said...

        I really like ur blog and I think u will put more posts so its very useful man

        keep it up

        Urdu Recipe

        Me said...

        Nice blog...attractive and good work by you ...i like it and appreciate you...keep it up ...good detail given by you.


        Fashion


        Thanks


        Fashion

        Peace Opinion said...

        good post.......carry on

        SEO said...

        Your Blog is really nice
        its a great work.
        Wallpaper Download

        eagle said...

        THANKS FOR SHARE WITH US....
        tech news
        Visit Sri Lanka
        SL HOT GIRLS

        Anonymous said...

        Now where to go. They have closed down and I am having trouble finding everything again??

        Tuesday, March 22, 2011

        vancouver's first all gluten free store

        Andrea and I are really excited about Vancouver’s first all gluten free grocery store that opened recently, called Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty!

        Ed’s Gluten Free Speciality carries exclusively gluten free products, including many favorites like Udi’s, Glutino, Kinnickinnick, Bob's Red Mill, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and Quejo’s, but also a unique range of other products like Orgran, GoGo Quinoa, Kettle Cuisine and Stella’s that no other store, including Whole Foods or Choices, carries! Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty has managed to bring in an excellent selection of gluten free products found nowhere else. the following is a list of our gluten free product highlights found at Ed’s:

        Orgran
        • crispibread (essential fibre, quinoa, toasted corn, toasted buckwheat)
        • cereal( rice O’s, cocoa O’s, multigrain O’s with quinoa, 4 grain hot cereal with chia)
        • buckwheat pancake mix
        • spirals pasta (buckwheat, rice and millet, vegetable and rice)
        GoGo Quinoa
        • quinoa chocolate chip cookies
        • soup (quinoa cream, quinoa and vegetable)
        • cereal (quinoa flakes, quinoa cocoa puffed cereal, crunchy 5 grain muesli)
        • 3 grain pancake mix
        • granissimo pilaf, vegan paella, and 5 grains
        • organic red and white quinoa
        • quinoa penne, spaghetti, fusili and macaroni pasta
        Kettle Cuisine (frozen)
        • tomato soup
        • chicken noodle with rice noodles
        • new England clam chowder
        • three bean chili
        • beef steak chili
        Stella’s Perogies and Ravioli
        • 4 cheese ravioli
        • perogies
        • also comes in dairy, corn, yeast, soy and egg free
            R.W. Garcia
            • 5 seed corn crackers (rosemary and garlic, onion and chive, tellicherry cracked pepper)
              Eds also carries Lucy's cookies, instant miso soup called King Soba, gravy mixes from Maxwell's Kitchen, chicken finger and onion ring mixes from Hol Grain, gluten free marshmallows and jelly beans, and a unique sandwich toasting bag called Toast-a-Bags

              Andrea and I are working on a few reviews of gluten free products found at Ed’s including a cookie review of GoGo Quinoa’s chocolate chip cookies, a rice crispy square recipe using Dandies marshmellows, review of Toast-a-Bags, as well as our thoughts on Stella’s perogies and ravioli.

              Ed’s is the perfect place to shop if you are celiac, gluten intolerant, or stocking up for someone who is! happy gluten free shopping!  Robyn.



              15 comments:

              Ariane said...

              HANG ON. did you just say there are gf/dairy-free perogies???? i'm not going to get excited yet. just in case. (i'm from saskatchewan and grew up with a ukrainian family next door, you can't imagine how much i miss perogies!)

              jthor99 said...

              Not all gluten-free. They carry wheat-free Flax4Life muffins, which contain oats. Flax4Life claims their muffins have no gliadin (wheat gluten) and post lab results backing this up. Unfortunately, oats contain the gluten protein known as avenin.

              Some celiacs can tolerate avenin. Others, such as myself, cannot. Just a buyer-beware warning.

              Anonymous said...

              Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is not the first gluten free store in Vancouver. There has been one for quite some time called Panne Rizo. If you can't tell from the name it is Rice Bread. It has been on the kits side of Burrard street bridge on Cornwall since I don't know when but quite a few years. But yay for more choice!

              robyn said...

              thanks for your comments everyone!

              ariane, the perogies and ravioli from stella's are fantastic!

              jeff, great point about being careful about oats. its a reminder for everyone to always check ingredient labels even if the product says gluten free. andrea and I discussed oats and avenin in this blog post: http://glutenfree-vancouver.blogspot.com/2010/02/gluten-free-cookies-at-starbucks.html

              and anonymous...the point of this article was to feature vancouver's first gluten free grocery store. panne rizo did open years ago but is primarily a bakery with a few grocery items on their shelves. in contrast, you can actually do most of your grocery shopping at Ed's.

              thanks for reading our blog!

              robyn + andrea

              Ariane said...

              I'll definitely have to check it out - Pane Rizo is actually useless to me because almost all of their stuff has either yeast or dairy in it (both no-no's for me). Choices GF bakery is pretty great but It's really fantastic to have some more options!

              Umar Nadeem said...

              superb blog i just visit your blog its really great

              Urdu poetry

              Ed's Gluten Free said...

              We have gone ahead and marked products that contain oats in our store with a neon orange sticker on the price tag. we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate the feedback.

              b said...

              Not so hip on the taste of Panne Rizo's focciacia bread. Dry. However, the shortbread is to die for!

              Anonymous said...

              I just took a trip into Ed's Gluten Free! I will never shop at choices, wholefoods, or any other big grocery store again! They had so many choices it was incediable! It felt amazing to go in and just feel like I can eat again! Some of the great finds I found where Molly b's crepes and brownies! The namasta mixes and so easy to make and are amazing! I tried the pizza crust and it tasted like real pizza! Omg and they got new ravioli's, spinach and cheese and sundried tomato, both were amazing!
              If you haven't been go! Your eyes will be opened up!

              OSOS KAHLA said...

              I really like ur blog and I think u will put more posts so its very useful man

              keep it up

              Urdu Recipe

              Me said...

              Nice blog...attractive and good work by you ...i like it and appreciate you...keep it up ...good detail given by you.


              Fashion


              Thanks


              Fashion

              Peace Opinion said...

              good post.......carry on

              SEO said...

              Your Blog is really nice
              its a great work.
              Wallpaper Download

              eagle said...

              THANKS FOR SHARE WITH US....
              tech news
              Visit Sri Lanka
              SL HOT GIRLS

              Anonymous said...

              Now where to go. They have closed down and I am having trouble finding everything again??

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              Tuesday, March 22, 2011

              vancouver's first all gluten free store

              Andrea and I are really excited about Vancouver’s first all gluten free grocery store that opened recently, called Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty!

              Ed’s Gluten Free Speciality carries exclusively gluten free products, including many favorites like Udi’s, Glutino, Kinnickinnick, Bob's Red Mill, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and Quejo’s, but also a unique range of other products like Orgran, GoGo Quinoa, Kettle Cuisine and Stella’s that no other store, including Whole Foods or Choices, carries! Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty has managed to bring in an excellent selection of gluten free products found nowhere else. the following is a list of our gluten free product highlights found at Ed’s:

              Orgran
              • crispibread (essential fibre, quinoa, toasted corn, toasted buckwheat)
              • cereal( rice O’s, cocoa O’s, multigrain O’s with quinoa, 4 grain hot cereal with chia)
              • buckwheat pancake mix
              • spirals pasta (buckwheat, rice and millet, vegetable and rice)
              GoGo Quinoa
              • quinoa chocolate chip cookies
              • soup (quinoa cream, quinoa and vegetable)
              • cereal (quinoa flakes, quinoa cocoa puffed cereal, crunchy 5 grain muesli)
              • 3 grain pancake mix
              • granissimo pilaf, vegan paella, and 5 grains
              • organic red and white quinoa
              • quinoa penne, spaghetti, fusili and macaroni pasta
              Kettle Cuisine (frozen)
              • tomato soup
              • chicken noodle with rice noodles
              • new England clam chowder
              • three bean chili
              • beef steak chili
              Stella’s Perogies and Ravioli
              • 4 cheese ravioli
              • perogies
              • also comes in dairy, corn, yeast, soy and egg free
                  R.W. Garcia
                  • 5 seed corn crackers (rosemary and garlic, onion and chive, tellicherry cracked pepper)
                    Eds also carries Lucy's cookies, instant miso soup called King Soba, gravy mixes from Maxwell's Kitchen, chicken finger and onion ring mixes from Hol Grain, gluten free marshmallows and jelly beans, and a unique sandwich toasting bag called Toast-a-Bags

                    Andrea and I are working on a few reviews of gluten free products found at Ed’s including a cookie review of GoGo Quinoa’s chocolate chip cookies, a rice crispy square recipe using Dandies marshmellows, review of Toast-a-Bags, as well as our thoughts on Stella’s perogies and ravioli.

                    Ed’s is the perfect place to shop if you are celiac, gluten intolerant, or stocking up for someone who is! happy gluten free shopping!  Robyn.



                    15 comments:

                    Ariane said...

                    HANG ON. did you just say there are gf/dairy-free perogies???? i'm not going to get excited yet. just in case. (i'm from saskatchewan and grew up with a ukrainian family next door, you can't imagine how much i miss perogies!)

                    jthor99 said...

                    Not all gluten-free. They carry wheat-free Flax4Life muffins, which contain oats. Flax4Life claims their muffins have no gliadin (wheat gluten) and post lab results backing this up. Unfortunately, oats contain the gluten protein known as avenin.

                    Some celiacs can tolerate avenin. Others, such as myself, cannot. Just a buyer-beware warning.

                    Anonymous said...

                    Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is not the first gluten free store in Vancouver. There has been one for quite some time called Panne Rizo. If you can't tell from the name it is Rice Bread. It has been on the kits side of Burrard street bridge on Cornwall since I don't know when but quite a few years. But yay for more choice!

                    robyn said...

                    thanks for your comments everyone!

                    ariane, the perogies and ravioli from stella's are fantastic!

                    jeff, great point about being careful about oats. its a reminder for everyone to always check ingredient labels even if the product says gluten free. andrea and I discussed oats and avenin in this blog post: http://glutenfree-vancouver.blogspot.com/2010/02/gluten-free-cookies-at-starbucks.html

                    and anonymous...the point of this article was to feature vancouver's first gluten free grocery store. panne rizo did open years ago but is primarily a bakery with a few grocery items on their shelves. in contrast, you can actually do most of your grocery shopping at Ed's.

                    thanks for reading our blog!

                    robyn + andrea

                    Ariane said...

                    I'll definitely have to check it out - Pane Rizo is actually useless to me because almost all of their stuff has either yeast or dairy in it (both no-no's for me). Choices GF bakery is pretty great but It's really fantastic to have some more options!

                    Umar Nadeem said...

                    superb blog i just visit your blog its really great

                    Urdu poetry

                    Ed's Gluten Free said...

                    We have gone ahead and marked products that contain oats in our store with a neon orange sticker on the price tag. we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate the feedback.

                    b said...

                    Not so hip on the taste of Panne Rizo's focciacia bread. Dry. However, the shortbread is to die for!

                    Anonymous said...

                    I just took a trip into Ed's Gluten Free! I will never shop at choices, wholefoods, or any other big grocery store again! They had so many choices it was incediable! It felt amazing to go in and just feel like I can eat again! Some of the great finds I found where Molly b's crepes and brownies! The namasta mixes and so easy to make and are amazing! I tried the pizza crust and it tasted like real pizza! Omg and they got new ravioli's, spinach and cheese and sundried tomato, both were amazing!
                    If you haven't been go! Your eyes will be opened up!

                    OSOS KAHLA said...

                    I really like ur blog and I think u will put more posts so its very useful man

                    keep it up

                    Urdu Recipe

                    Me said...

                    Nice blog...attractive and good work by you ...i like it and appreciate you...keep it up ...good detail given by you.


                    Fashion


                    Thanks


                    Fashion

                    Peace Opinion said...

                    good post.......carry on

                    SEO said...

                    Your Blog is really nice
                    its a great work.
                    Wallpaper Download

                    eagle said...

                    THANKS FOR SHARE WITH US....
                    tech news
                    Visit Sri Lanka
                    SL HOT GIRLS

                    Anonymous said...

                    Now where to go. They have closed down and I am having trouble finding everything again??

                    Tuesday, March 22, 2011

                    vancouver's first all gluten free store

                    Andrea and I are really excited about Vancouver’s first all gluten free grocery store that opened recently, called Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty!

                    Ed’s Gluten Free Speciality carries exclusively gluten free products, including many favorites like Udi’s, Glutino, Kinnickinnick, Bob's Red Mill, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and Quejo’s, but also a unique range of other products like Orgran, GoGo Quinoa, Kettle Cuisine and Stella’s that no other store, including Whole Foods or Choices, carries! Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty has managed to bring in an excellent selection of gluten free products found nowhere else. the following is a list of our gluten free product highlights found at Ed’s:

                    Orgran
                    • crispibread (essential fibre, quinoa, toasted corn, toasted buckwheat)
                    • cereal( rice O’s, cocoa O’s, multigrain O’s with quinoa, 4 grain hot cereal with chia)
                    • buckwheat pancake mix
                    • spirals pasta (buckwheat, rice and millet, vegetable and rice)
                    GoGo Quinoa
                    • quinoa chocolate chip cookies
                    • soup (quinoa cream, quinoa and vegetable)
                    • cereal (quinoa flakes, quinoa cocoa puffed cereal, crunchy 5 grain muesli)
                    • 3 grain pancake mix
                    • granissimo pilaf, vegan paella, and 5 grains
                    • organic red and white quinoa
                    • quinoa penne, spaghetti, fusili and macaroni pasta
                    Kettle Cuisine (frozen)
                    • tomato soup
                    • chicken noodle with rice noodles
                    • new England clam chowder
                    • three bean chili
                    • beef steak chili
                    Stella’s Perogies and Ravioli
                    • 4 cheese ravioli
                    • perogies
                    • also comes in dairy, corn, yeast, soy and egg free
                        R.W. Garcia
                        • 5 seed corn crackers (rosemary and garlic, onion and chive, tellicherry cracked pepper)
                          Eds also carries Lucy's cookies, instant miso soup called King Soba, gravy mixes from Maxwell's Kitchen, chicken finger and onion ring mixes from Hol Grain, gluten free marshmallows and jelly beans, and a unique sandwich toasting bag called Toast-a-Bags

                          Andrea and I are working on a few reviews of gluten free products found at Ed’s including a cookie review of GoGo Quinoa’s chocolate chip cookies, a rice crispy square recipe using Dandies marshmellows, review of Toast-a-Bags, as well as our thoughts on Stella’s perogies and ravioli.

                          Ed’s is the perfect place to shop if you are celiac, gluten intolerant, or stocking up for someone who is! happy gluten free shopping!  Robyn.



                          15 comments:

                          Ariane said...

                          HANG ON. did you just say there are gf/dairy-free perogies???? i'm not going to get excited yet. just in case. (i'm from saskatchewan and grew up with a ukrainian family next door, you can't imagine how much i miss perogies!)

                          jthor99 said...

                          Not all gluten-free. They carry wheat-free Flax4Life muffins, which contain oats. Flax4Life claims their muffins have no gliadin (wheat gluten) and post lab results backing this up. Unfortunately, oats contain the gluten protein known as avenin.

                          Some celiacs can tolerate avenin. Others, such as myself, cannot. Just a buyer-beware warning.

                          Anonymous said...

                          Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is not the first gluten free store in Vancouver. There has been one for quite some time called Panne Rizo. If you can't tell from the name it is Rice Bread. It has been on the kits side of Burrard street bridge on Cornwall since I don't know when but quite a few years. But yay for more choice!

                          robyn said...

                          thanks for your comments everyone!

                          ariane, the perogies and ravioli from stella's are fantastic!

                          jeff, great point about being careful about oats. its a reminder for everyone to always check ingredient labels even if the product says gluten free. andrea and I discussed oats and avenin in this blog post: http://glutenfree-vancouver.blogspot.com/2010/02/gluten-free-cookies-at-starbucks.html

                          and anonymous...the point of this article was to feature vancouver's first gluten free grocery store. panne rizo did open years ago but is primarily a bakery with a few grocery items on their shelves. in contrast, you can actually do most of your grocery shopping at Ed's.

                          thanks for reading our blog!

                          robyn + andrea

                          Ariane said...

                          I'll definitely have to check it out - Pane Rizo is actually useless to me because almost all of their stuff has either yeast or dairy in it (both no-no's for me). Choices GF bakery is pretty great but It's really fantastic to have some more options!

                          Umar Nadeem said...

                          superb blog i just visit your blog its really great

                          Urdu poetry

                          Ed's Gluten Free said...

                          We have gone ahead and marked products that contain oats in our store with a neon orange sticker on the price tag. we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate the feedback.

                          b said...

                          Not so hip on the taste of Panne Rizo's focciacia bread. Dry. However, the shortbread is to die for!

                          Anonymous said...

                          I just took a trip into Ed's Gluten Free! I will never shop at choices, wholefoods, or any other big grocery store again! They had so many choices it was incediable! It felt amazing to go in and just feel like I can eat again! Some of the great finds I found where Molly b's crepes and brownies! The namasta mixes and so easy to make and are amazing! I tried the pizza crust and it tasted like real pizza! Omg and they got new ravioli's, spinach and cheese and sundried tomato, both were amazing!
                          If you haven't been go! Your eyes will be opened up!

                          OSOS KAHLA said...

                          I really like ur blog and I think u will put more posts so its very useful man

                          keep it up

                          Urdu Recipe

                          Me said...

                          Nice blog...attractive and good work by you ...i like it and appreciate you...keep it up ...good detail given by you.


                          Fashion


                          Thanks


                          Fashion

                          Peace Opinion said...

                          good post.......carry on

                          SEO said...

                          Your Blog is really nice
                          its a great work.
                          Wallpaper Download

                          eagle said...

                          THANKS FOR SHARE WITH US....
                          tech news
                          Visit Sri Lanka
                          SL HOT GIRLS

                          Anonymous said...

                          Now where to go. They have closed down and I am having trouble finding everything again??

                          Tuesday, March 22, 2011

                          vancouver's first all gluten free store

                          Andrea and I are really excited about Vancouver’s first all gluten free grocery store that opened recently, called Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty!

                          Ed’s Gluten Free Speciality carries exclusively gluten free products, including many favorites like Udi’s, Glutino, Kinnickinnick, Bob's Red Mill, Mary’s Gone Crackers, and Quejo’s, but also a unique range of other products like Orgran, GoGo Quinoa, Kettle Cuisine and Stella’s that no other store, including Whole Foods or Choices, carries! Ed’s Gluten Free Specialty has managed to bring in an excellent selection of gluten free products found nowhere else. the following is a list of our gluten free product highlights found at Ed’s:

                          Orgran
                          • crispibread (essential fibre, quinoa, toasted corn, toasted buckwheat)
                          • cereal( rice O’s, cocoa O’s, multigrain O’s with quinoa, 4 grain hot cereal with chia)
                          • buckwheat pancake mix
                          • spirals pasta (buckwheat, rice and millet, vegetable and rice)
                          GoGo Quinoa
                          • quinoa chocolate chip cookies
                          • soup (quinoa cream, quinoa and vegetable)
                          • cereal (quinoa flakes, quinoa cocoa puffed cereal, crunchy 5 grain muesli)
                          • 3 grain pancake mix
                          • granissimo pilaf, vegan paella, and 5 grains
                          • organic red and white quinoa
                          • quinoa penne, spaghetti, fusili and macaroni pasta
                          Kettle Cuisine (frozen)
                          • tomato soup
                          • chicken noodle with rice noodles
                          • new England clam chowder
                          • three bean chili
                          • beef steak chili
                          Stella’s Perogies and Ravioli
                          • 4 cheese ravioli
                          • perogies
                          • also comes in dairy, corn, yeast, soy and egg free
                              R.W. Garcia
                              • 5 seed corn crackers (rosemary and garlic, onion and chive, tellicherry cracked pepper)
                                Eds also carries Lucy's cookies, instant miso soup called King Soba, gravy mixes from Maxwell's Kitchen, chicken finger and onion ring mixes from Hol Grain, gluten free marshmallows and jelly beans, and a unique sandwich toasting bag called Toast-a-Bags

                                Andrea and I are working on a few reviews of gluten free products found at Ed’s including a cookie review of GoGo Quinoa’s chocolate chip cookies, a rice crispy square recipe using Dandies marshmellows, review of Toast-a-Bags, as well as our thoughts on Stella’s perogies and ravioli.

                                Ed’s is the perfect place to shop if you are celiac, gluten intolerant, or stocking up for someone who is! happy gluten free shopping!  Robyn.



                                15 comments:

                                Ariane said...

                                HANG ON. did you just say there are gf/dairy-free perogies???? i'm not going to get excited yet. just in case. (i'm from saskatchewan and grew up with a ukrainian family next door, you can't imagine how much i miss perogies!)

                                jthor99 said...

                                Not all gluten-free. They carry wheat-free Flax4Life muffins, which contain oats. Flax4Life claims their muffins have no gliadin (wheat gluten) and post lab results backing this up. Unfortunately, oats contain the gluten protein known as avenin.

                                Some celiacs can tolerate avenin. Others, such as myself, cannot. Just a buyer-beware warning.

                                Anonymous said...

                                Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is not the first gluten free store in Vancouver. There has been one for quite some time called Panne Rizo. If you can't tell from the name it is Rice Bread. It has been on the kits side of Burrard street bridge on Cornwall since I don't know when but quite a few years. But yay for more choice!

                                robyn said...

                                thanks for your comments everyone!

                                ariane, the perogies and ravioli from stella's are fantastic!

                                jeff, great point about being careful about oats. its a reminder for everyone to always check ingredient labels even if the product says gluten free. andrea and I discussed oats and avenin in this blog post: http://glutenfree-vancouver.blogspot.com/2010/02/gluten-free-cookies-at-starbucks.html

                                and anonymous...the point of this article was to feature vancouver's first gluten free grocery store. panne rizo did open years ago but is primarily a bakery with a few grocery items on their shelves. in contrast, you can actually do most of your grocery shopping at Ed's.

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                                Ariane said...

                                I'll definitely have to check it out - Pane Rizo is actually useless to me because almost all of their stuff has either yeast or dairy in it (both no-no's for me). Choices GF bakery is pretty great but It's really fantastic to have some more options!

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                                Ed's Gluten Free said...

                                We have gone ahead and marked products that contain oats in our store with a neon orange sticker on the price tag. we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate the feedback.

                                b said...

                                Not so hip on the taste of Panne Rizo's focciacia bread. Dry. However, the shortbread is to die for!

                                Anonymous said...

                                I just took a trip into Ed's Gluten Free! I will never shop at choices, wholefoods, or any other big grocery store again! They had so many choices it was incediable! It felt amazing to go in and just feel like I can eat again! Some of the great finds I found where Molly b's crepes and brownies! The namasta mixes and so easy to make and are amazing! I tried the pizza crust and it tasted like real pizza! Omg and they got new ravioli's, spinach and cheese and sundried tomato, both were amazing!
                                If you haven't been go! Your eyes will be opened up!

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                                Anonymous said...

                                Now where to go. They have closed down and I am having trouble finding everything again??