Tag Archives: gluten-free

Touring New York City with Celiac Disease and a Peanut Allergy

New York City has a culinary reputation that’s unsurpassed so my expectations were high when planning our family trip there last spring. Finding celiac-safe, peanut-free food for my son can be a challenge. Add my 10+ food intolerances and getting a safe meal is no easy task! With a thorough look at reviews, blog posts and some Googling, too, we

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Navigating the Big Island of Hawaii with Celiac Disease and a Peanut Allergy

Are you heading to the Big Island of Hawaii? I’ve compiled a list to aid fellow gluten intolerant, peanut allergic travelers based on our experiences and the resources that we found. Last summer, we made our second family trip to Hawaii. The problem with Hawaii is that once you have visited this spectacular place, you simply MUST return! Vibrant flowers,

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Home Exchange: A Solution to Affordable Travel with Food Allergy, Celiac and Diabetes

If you took a look at our bags when we travel, you might think we’ve packed everything but the kitchen sink. The reality is that the kitchen sink awaits at our destination. As a family affected by food allergy, celiac disease and diabetes, having access to a kitchen is a crucial component of a successful trip. Options are increasing for

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Finding Safe Food on Vacation: Seven Lessons Learned.

If you’ve researched all your allergen specific and/or gluten-free dining options in advance of your vacation, you’re awesome! You’ve cut stress and hours of research time out of your trip, thereby maximizing the fun. Congratulations! But then there’s the rest of us. Perhaps we thought we’d somehow fit this research time in before we left — in between the packing,

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