Kid Foodie’s family had a long day in town this past Sunday and typical them — they didn’t pack lunch. So they tried out the newest sandwich shop in town called Jimmy Johns. The nice thing about this place is that they offer an “un-wich” option which substitutes lettuce for bread. What’s even nicer is that it’s the same price. Most places charge extra for gluten free options and sometimes you even end up getting less food! Crazy!

Kid Foodie and his mom had eaten here once before and both really enjoyed the unwiches. So it was time for everyone to try it. Kid Foodie ordered the “Italian” unwich that comes loaded with meats and cheeses.

Rather surprisingly, Kid Foodie was not able to finish his lunch in one sitting. He almost made it. But not quite. I think it’s incentive for him to come back and give it…

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    Even before his diagnosis of Celiac Disease in 2010, Kid Foodie was passionate about food. Although the diagnosis brought some restrictions, his appreciation and appetite for good, healthy food has only skyrocketed.

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