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Celiac  Support  Group  Meeting

 

Join Hy-Vee and the Sioux Falls Area Celiac Support Group in welcoming Jean Guest, PhD, RD, LMNT.

Dr. Guest is an author, lecturer and nutrition consultant from Lincoln, Nebraska

Topic: The Changing Landscape of Celiac Disease and the Gluten-Free Diet

Date/Time:  Monday, October 10th at 7:00 p.m.

Location:  Disabled American Veterans meeting room, 1519 W. 51st Street

 

 

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Blue Egg Bakery will once again be at Oh My Cupcakes! (downtown Sioux Falls, 4th & Main) from 11am-2pm on Monday Sept 13.

You won’t want to miss these delicious cupcakes!

1) Gluten-free Chocolate with Cream Cheese frosting

2) Gluten-free, Dairy-free and Egg-free Cinnamon Apple

Hope you can make it!

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SIOUX FALLS, SD AREA CELIACS

Celiac  Support  Group  Meeting Date: 2ND Monday  each month

Time: 7:00 PM

MEETING PLACE:   DAV meeting room – 1519 W 51st Street, Sioux Falls, SD (off  Western Ave. behind Schoeneman’s Lumber)

If you have questions: Contact:  June VanLiere 605-528-6189 Or Grace Wilson 605-376-0668

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Blue Egg Bakery’s gluten-free (also some dairy-free and egg-free) cupcakes will now be served at Oh My Cupcakes (4th & Main) EVERY MONDAY! There will only be 3 dozen available, so when they’re gone, you’ll have to wait until the next Monday (or you can call me to order a dozen!). Remember Oh My Cupcakes closes daily at 2pm.

I will be announcing the flavors on Facebook in the next couple of days…come join us!

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What? A post about bakery boxes? Could this be the most boring post of all time? We don’t think so! Read on to find out what the excitement is all about…

These boxes are uncoated and no chemicals are used to change their natural organic appearance, but it is more than skin deep.  Here are some notes on the material used on these natural bakery boxes.

This natural paperboard uses typically 25-30% less fiber than other box materials.  Compared to other virgin fiber products, that’s 25-30% fewer trees to produce the same amount of boxes.  Against bleached paperboard, it is better for the environment because strong solvents are not used to bleach the pulp.  Also, the fiber for these boxes comes from SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) lumber – lumber collected and reforested utilizing environmentally friendly practices.

These boxes don’t just look natural, they are truly better for the planet.

The reason this is so exciting is that Blue Egg Bakery is in a category of its own, in more ways than one.  Blue Egg Bakery is based on a social business model:

1) Serve those with food allergies a safe and delicious product

2) Give a percentage of profits to groups and organizations who work to uplift others

3) Maintain profitability to be able to serve and give

Blue Egg Bakery strives to be aware of how it impacts others, including how our actions impact the future of the planet.

Thoughts, comments? What do you think?

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Blue Egg Bakery will be at Oh My Cupcakes! (4th & Main, Tri-State Creamery Building downtown Sioux Falls) on Monday July 19th from 11am-2pm.

Here are the flavors available:

1) Chocolate with coconut frosting

2) Vanilla with vanilla frosting topped with M&M’s

3) Coconut with coconut frosting

4) carrot cake

There may also be a special surprise cupcake…

Please stop in and say hi (and buy some cupcakes)! Be sure to introduce yourself, I love hearing your story and how you found us.

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