This part of my life began when my very sick partner was diagnosed with Celiac. Even the slightest exposure to gluten can make him very ill for several days, so I have pursued gluten-free options with thorough aggression. In the U.S. a recent surge of gluten awareness means we have more choices than ever, but it still means hunting and analyzing and tracking down parent companies. After several years now of doing so, I want to share my tricks and tips with others who are still struggling.

Gluten-Free Travel

Eating gluten-free away from home is the "expert" difficulty setting of gluten intolerance.  For short trips, it is easy to pack a few ready to eat snacks like granola bars and chips.  But once your travel involves an overnight stay, a significant level of planning has to happen.  Here are links to posts where I offer guides and reviews for gluten-free living on the road.

New Orleans, LA, USA  (Weekend)

Trondheim, Norway (four-month stay)

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