I haven’t lived in New York now for 3 1/2 years, and I was also a full-on gluten lover when I lived in the city. So something I’d conveniently forgotten is that NYC is chock full of amazing Italian restaurants. 385 more words
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When you think of China, Mongolia and Russia do you imagine an allergist-friendly experience?
To be completely honest, my digestive system was bit scared when embarking on a Beijing to St Petersburg overland tour for my… 1,628 more words
I’m packing my wool socks and my boots and heading to Minneapolis this morning, guys! I have to say, I’m pretty darned excited. Home to The Replacements and Target—both have seen me through two very important life stages— I’m thinking there’s no better creative center in the country than the good old Twin Cities. 96 more words
When I was first diagnosed with coeliac, the aspect of the health problem that concerned me the most was travelling. And not only travelling but being able to participate in volunteer work abroad because I see no better way to experience a different culture and country than to get involved hands on. 588 more words
Eating abroad is always a bit of a minefield when you have can’t eat gluten. I find the language barriers so hard – I remember going to Paris once and trying to explain in broken french that I had coeliac disease, only to be asked if I needed a doctor! 792 more words
Most people dread airline food, but when you have coeliac disease it can be a nightmare. Stuck in the sky for nine hours with no food would literally be hell for me – so when I request a gluten free meal I sit with my fingers crossed hoping I’ve got it. 639 more words