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Tips For the Traveling Celiac – As Featured in Glutenfeeglobalicious Magazine

A version of this article was originally published in Glutenfreeglobalicious Magazine (May 1 2018 Edition) Travel can be equally exhilarating and stress-inducing. And when it comes to traveling as a celiac, that goes twofold! The question of “will I find food that I like?” suddenly becomes “will I find food that I can safely eat?”. For many of us, it’s a daunting process – especially when you add on foreign…

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Gluten Free Paris, France: Tips, Tricks & Top Picks

Paris, France. The city of love… of light… and of lots and lots (and let’s just say it again: LOTS) of gluten! Crusty baguettes, flaky croissants… all drool-worthy, craveable and infinitely Instagrammable cuisine that also happens to be dangerous for the celiac individual, myself included! Not only is France the land of bread, it’s also infamous for it’s less than welcoming approach to non-mainstream dietary requirements/preferences. Which means that France…

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2017 Reflections: A Year of Embracing the Unknown

Engaging with the unfamiliar is rarely comfortable. Even if we’re excited about it, there’s still a level of discomfort associated with newness. It can feel downright awkward, actually! So much so that most of us find what works and stick with it. We take the same routes to school and work daily, we have set hours for productivity and others for socializing. Many of us eat the same foods and…

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Gluten Free Guide to Gelato: Torino, Italy Edition

You scream, I scream, we all scream for – gluten free, possibly lactose free, occasionally no sugar added – ice cream! The chant just isn’t as simple as it used to be, is it?! And for those traveling in Italy, ice cream (“gelato”), is one of the many coveted and amazing foods to savor. Unfortunately, for people who are gluten intolerant and celiac, gelato comes with cones… and with cones…

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