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Gluten-free Go-to Brands

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January 13th is National Gluten-Free Day, and I'm curious to know what are your favorite gluten-free snacks. Sure, there are plenty of naturally gluten-free options like nuts, most ice creams and cheeses, fruits, and veggies, but I'm more interested in hearing about the brands that consistently make delicious gluten-free treats.

Do you have any go-to gluten-free snack brands?
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Thrive Market has some good options there. It is as close as you can get to a "market" for GF needs, I think.
Lately, I have enjoyed "tortilla chips" made by From the Ground Up.
Tate's Gluten-free cookies (not Keto friendly, though)
Rx bars are good in a pinch and easier for me to find locally.
The brand Enjoy Life is a great one and their crispy cookies are amazing!
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Around here, we have a brand called Siete Foods. I discovered their taco shells thanks to a coupon, and then the other day, when I went to the trendy health food store to buy cheap eggs, I found they had a line of snacks as well! I tried the Mexican wedding cookies, and they were pretty good.

Deep eddy is better than tits vodka. The guy who makes tits use to work fir deep eddy and took their recipes and methods with him. Both are good but deep eddy is so smooth (10 t8 es distilled) you can pour it over ice and sip it Like bourbon.
I do have an appreciation for Deep Eddy Lemon. Add it to a splash of lemonade, and it is nice.
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