Please SUPPORT our local dedicated gluten free manufacturer's, below and - LINK
5 B's Bakery products are available in Whatcom County by special order. 5 B's is a dedicated gluten free bakery/cafe in Concrete... -click HERE to download an order form and get further details. NOW distributing in Mt. Vernon at Ristretto, 416 s. 1st Street, Mt. Vernon 360-336-0951
Lucky Star Bread Co. in Bellingham (order online, pick up options available)
Shambala Bakery in Mt. Vernon Ghostfish Brewery in Seattle
COME TO COFFEE MEETING!
as we move forward towards a post-pandemic reality, we are hoping that you are staying healthy and safe.
Some folks might feel comfortable enough to meet with GF friends for coffee at Vitality Bowls (link below) on the third Wed. of each month from 9:30-11am. Unfortunately, Kelle "our fearless leader" is unable to attend for the time being because of family obligations.
Look for GF folks outside in the front patio area of the restaurant. Their full menu is offered if you want to eat or just join in for the visit!!
EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a question or need some information.
Hope that you are your family have stayed healthy and safe and will continue to do so.
Special Thanks to Vitality Bowls website for their generous hospitality for some of our coffees. Please support them during this difficult time. They are open for dining in and take-out!! Vitality Bowls is location at 3011 Cinema Place (in the Big Movie Theater building at the intersection of Woburn and Barkley Blvd. NO OPEN flour in the restaurant and they are well set-up to avoid cross contamination.
Do you know of a suitable place for BGIG to have our monthly coffee? Email us with your idea! email@example.com
NO Evening Meetings! - Sorry, you will have to email us with your questions (firstname.lastname@example.org) and or come to the informal Coffee (see above)
OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST
Please feel free to attend our meetings and events. Some events listed are not BGIG events but are listed purely for your information.
Washington State NEWs in Food - Home Cottage Law is now in effect: Cottage Food law recognizes the fact that many small, value-added food processors do not have ready or affordable access to commercial kitchens that are licensed for food processing, and that the home kitchen can be an affordable alternative to leasing a certified commercial kitchen. LINK