Rochester Pizzaguy - I do have a number of friends that have chosen to cut/reduce gluten from their diet just because it makes them feel better. I wanted to include everyone that both followed a gluten-free lifestyle out of necessity and those that just do it because they feel it's a healthier decision to make for themselves.
Hi Jason! Please note the disclaimer above "The bakeries and restaurants featured here are in no way meant to encompass the only establishments to enjoy gluten-free food in Rochester."
Curious: why not mention the rest of 2013's "Best Gluten-Free Options"? Owl House (the winner) and Natural Oasis?
"[A]n increasing amount of people are choosing a gluten-free lifestyle for healthier eating."
It seems worth mentioning that unless you have a specific health issue involving gluten (and certainly some people do), there is nothing "healthier" about going gluten-free. It's just the dietary fad du jour. If you suspect that you make have a gluten-related problem, I'd suggest visiting your physician for a diagnosis. Otherwise, don't fall for the hype.
Jane: there's something called google maps. Welcome to the future.
Hi Jane, we're the local alt-weekly newspaper in Rochester, NEW YORK. All restaurants listed are local to our city and surrounding suburbs.
Isn't the Internet mist useful as a source of INFORMATION?? :((
Which city of Rochester are you??? You don't give addresses of restaurants!!!
their ginger carrots are the best!
After 10 fantastic years in the South Wedge we've decided to entertain the idea of passing the torch. Open Face is open and has no intentions of closing its doors! We could never deny you Mashed Pea and Moxie! Thank you City Newspaper for the wonderful words and recognizing our hard work. We've got a lot of fun, new things in the works. Here's to many more years of amazing sandwiches! - Open Face
It's also for sale if anyone wants to buy the business....
But then vegetarians have been found to be less healthy than their meat-eating counterparts. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/…
The Scary News About the Paleo Diet
...those who ate the animal-protein heavy diet fared way, way worse than others: They were 74% more likely to die early than those who followed a low-protein diet.
WARNING: Meat and Dairy Can Rapidly Alter Gut Bacteria and Cause Inflammation
"...the study unlocks a potentially new avenue for treating intestinal disease. I would add that it likely unlocks ways to treat other inflammatory diseases in the body. Heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and even cancer..."
Great article Dayna!
My mouth is watering reading this fantastic article! Foodies unite!!!! Great job Ms. Libby!
Been to Gyromania, yum! Also looking forward to trying some of these other places, thanks for the heads up!
Thanks for the Wimpys Burger tip!
Hi J -- there had been a location in East Rochester, but now Mac's is in Fairport (and Canandaigua).
Fairport?? I thought it was East Rochester
Yum, Macs is the best. Touch on a westside delicacy next. Wimpys Burger basket.
i too am a fan of both plum house and the former fujiya, but for this i wanted to hit up spots i hadn't mentioned before, here's the URL to get to my february 2011 sushi roundup: http://issuu.com/roccitynews/docs/issuu_02-02-11
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