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Gluten-free in Galicia

Deciding to uproot myself and move to Spain came with its fair share of anxiety. A large part of that anxiety was due, of course, to the uncertainty of what I would be eating for the next year. 537 more words


Snacking around Barcelona

Welcome to Europe – where walking, gorgeous cathedrals and perfectly crusty bread seem to have been invented. Barcelona in particular has its share of all three of these things and is deemed one of the most walkable cities in the world with supermercats (that’s Catalan, that’s not a spanish word!) and tapas bars at every corner alongside historic buildings, apartments, Gaudi’s architecture, work places, metro stops, shopping districts, beaches, clubs, and much, much more. 603 more words


A Backpacker's Guide to Healthy Eating: Recipe Edition

As promised, I’d like to share with you some tips and tricks for feeding yourself with minimal resources while on the road. Making do with poorly equipped kitchens and poorly stocked supermarkets was tough at first, but I’d like to think that we can now put the “hostel dining” notch on our respective culinary belts. 2,512 more words

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Gluten-free in Italy: Rome

Traveling gluten-free is always a challenge but it’s a challenge I will always happily accept. Celiac disease will never keep me at home and particularly will never keep me from Italy! 753 more words


Treat Yourself Tuesday: Gluten Free in Berlin, Krakow, and Prague

Happy Tuesday! I’m dedicating my second #treatyourselftuesday to my biggest treat of the summer: my trip to Europe. Click here to read Becky’s fabulous blog… 671 more words

Barcelona Prep: Where and What Celiacs Eat (part 2)

I told you in my last post that the internet is my best friend, and while googling “Barcelona gluten free” throughout the past month or so I have come upon some real gems. 838 more words


Barcelona Prep: Where and What Celiacs Eat (part 1)

I have been pleasantly surprised while preparing to go abroad about all the resources that are available for someone with celiac disease/gluten intolerance. At first I was almost overwhelmed by all the information but I have been slowly sifting through it and collecting information on what I believe to be the most important places and foods to eat or avoid in Spain. 737 more words