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When You Can't Eat Croissants in France...

Celiac disease is hard. Traveling with celiac disease is not only hard, it is at times traumatic, tearful, pathetic, embarrassing, and enraging. If you have a food intolerance then I am willing to bet you understand that it is absolutely possible and normal to experience all these emotions at once. 1,067 more words


Crunchy Millet Muffins (GF)

My first day at the new WWOOF host family, an organic farm in Brittany, was spent baking delicious gluten free treats.

Here’s the recipe so you can give it a try, adapt as you wish, I’m sure they would taste great with blueberries and some cinnamon. 168 more words

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I'll Have the Salad

A few weeks ago I went to Porto, Portugal with some friends and had an absolutely amazing time. If you’ve never heard of it, I’ve included a stunning photo below to make you jealous and immediately grab a pen and scribble it down on your bucket list. 682 more words


Gluten-Free Tokyo and Hong Kong Options

お久しぶりですね。 元気ですか。  It’s been a while since I last posted.  I hope all of you are doing well.  If you’re traveling through Japan or moving on to Hong Kong during your tour of Asia, I have some link love to share with you all.   397 more words

Top 5 Airplane Survival Foods

Twenty days into September, I’ve spent more time at the airport this month than I have at the office. In the last three weeks, I made my annual appearance in high heels at a wedding in Big Sky, Montana, drove through a corner of Yellowstone (although sometimes I thought we might have left planet Earth with all the bubbling mud and orange algae), swam laps around a house boat on Lake Cumberland, sipped ice tea on the patio in Nashville, attended a mind-blowing meeting of minds in San Diego and got sand in my toes in Santa Barbara. 348 more words


Buckwheat in Brittany

I’m sure all coeliacs will understand why I was jumping with excitement when I discovered that here in Brittany, the traditional crepe galettes are in fact GLUTEN FREE and made of buckwheat flour! 183 more words


A Celiac Walks Into a Bakery . . .

Oh yes, I did.

Look, I know it’s dumb to a) walk into a bakery, and b) expect that one of the most famous bakeries in America would be all, “Oh, you bet. 384 more words