In article <jamuhl$bls$[email protected]>, "Julie Bove" <[email protected]>
> First let me say I am very annoyed with this company. It is Allergy Free
> Foods. I first learned of this company when I was looking for a dairy free
> cheese, which they used to make. It was beef based. Somehow they made it
> taste *just* like cheese. All different kinds. It even melted like cheese.
> The problem? It made me puke. Every time I ate it. So maybe too much fat
> for me. I don't know.
> They stopped selling the cheese but said they were going to reformulate it
> to make it taste better. I had hope! But this never happened.
> They also sold whole sheet cakes and cornbread. Angela loved these. But
> they stopped selling them on their website and began selling them for an
> over inflated price on one of the TV type home shopping channels. Still, a
> whole sheetcake cut into serving size pieces, put in containers and put in
> the freezer would last her a year.
> They also sold gravy mixes. I bought those and also some cornbread mix.
> Which leads me to the icky cornbread story.
why on earth would a diabetic even consider eating most of these? oh wait, it's
because julie can then complain that it raised her blood sugars to unacceptably