I think nowadays in the current food climate that we're in it's easy to assume that everyone already has this invisible starter-pack of knowledge on where to eat and purchase gluten-free food. Some of us are lucky that, in some geographical locations, this type of knowledge and food is extremely readily available and mainstream. But, we have to remind ourselves that it's not that way for everyone.
I first heard about Krumville, a 100% gluten-free bakeshop in Brooklyn, from my fiance. Being the gluten-tolerant ying to my yang, I'd never seen him so excited about gluten-free bread as the night he came home from work, dropped his bag on the kitchen table and exclaimed, "Babe! You've GOT to try this!" and told me all about this new "Krumville foccaccia bread" that was on the Eatsy menu. For those that aren't familiar, Eatsy is Etsy's twice-weekly office lunch where they serve food from local vendors, caterers and restaurants that use local sustainable produce. The lunches also encourage employees to use the least waste possible, and have other days in the week where they re-heat leftovers. To my dismay, my fiance hadn't snuck a piece of the bread home that day for me to try, but I could tell this was something special I had to get my hands on.