Be Prepared

Nothing will ruin your vacation faster than not being able to enjoy a good meal so don’t be naive and think, ‘I’ll figure it out when I get there.’ Try to locate restaurants with gluten free menu items in advance and make sure to pack your own snacks just in case.

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  1. Thanks for this article. I’ve been struggling to find the courage to travel and speak up about my “peculiar” ways of eating.

  2. Italy was the BEST with food. I told the waiter I was gluten intolerant and he brought me out some delicious g-free pasta. Also, the grocery stores have a huge selection of products. Instead of buying clothes, I was buying food while in Italy. Too bad I can’t find many of these products in the States.

    • @jana:

      Also wanted to add that on top of being a celiac sufferer, I am also a soy free vegan. The best food I ever had came from the sous chef while on a cruise. Every meal was prepared exclusively for me!

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