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Gluten-Free In Los Angeles (Burbank): Bea Bea's Cafe

Chaz found another restaurant with a dedicated gluten-free waffle iron. Yes, you read that right. I was excited for gluten-free waffles even though the walk was longer than we realized it would be. 505 more words


As of now, the Wandering Celiac posts are all memories from the past. The brilliant idea for this blog came after our latest trip, while we were jet-lagged, but reliving every moment of our trip over some Bloody Marys. 613 more words

Gluten Free Travel


Oh, Hello, New Year!

Why does one digit changing make you feel like so many things are possible? Why does it make the hard stuff of the past 365 days seem a little bit more hopeful? 575 more words

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Santa Monica, California

Some friends of ours were getting married in Ojai, California this past July so we thought “Why not make a weekend out of it?!” Mrs. Traveling Honeymooner had never been to Los Angeles before and she had been itching to go. 540 more words

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Travelling Gluten-Free

So let me start by saying that I haven’t travelled much but the bulk of the travel I have done has been within the last year and in May I will be travelling to Morocco for my longest trip yet (18 days) however my boyfriend (he too is celiac and has a peanut allergy) is a seasoned traveler so between the two of us, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks that have calmed my mind in travelling with our food obstacles. 658 more words


Gluten-Free in Los Angeles (Toluca Lake): Paty's Restaurant

While we were in L.A. we stayed at a hotel instead of at Dawn’s because with two kids, the house is a wee bit full for a week long stay. 493 more words

Gluten free travel in China

Before coming to live in China, I found few resources about living and travelling in China as a coeliac. I hope my experiences from the past year can help those who aspire to visit China but are petrified by the idea of being glutened whilst on holiday.  1,067 more words