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Travelling Gluten Free With Kids

Thanks to fellow world traveller, Jen Brown, who runs Gluten Free Kids Travel for this fantastic guest post. Jen is originally from Salt Lake City but has also lived in Seattle, Cambridge, UK and Zhuhai, China. She currently resides in Hong Kong with her husband, daughter and son. Her young daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2008
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How To Prevent Cross Contamination When Travelling

Any time I’m glutened it’s down to cross contamination. Unfortunately gluten hides everywhere and as celiacs we have to be ever vigilant  in order to stay safe and healthy. Cross contamination when travelling is more likely than when you’re at home. Without your normal routine and without a gluten free kitchen, of course it’s going
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How To Prevent Cross Contamination Eating Out

Eating Out when you are on a strict gluten free diet is definitely a challenge. Finding a restaurant with gluten free options is just the first hurdle. The most difficult part is finding a restaurant where they understand the serious threat of cross contamination and know how to prevent it. Here are some of the
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5 Tips For A Safe Gluten Free BBQ

I love BBQs! Who doesn’t? The smell of sausages and burgers (or fish and veggies if you’re not a meat eater!) grilling away on a warm summer day while you sip a chilled cider or glass of vino! A barbecue with friends is a fantastic way to spend a warm afternoon. With the 4th of
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Tips For Gluten Free Road Tripping

Road tripping can be a lot of fun and a lot of that fun can be not knowing what you will discover and where you will end up. These things are a little more difficult when you are travelling gluten free but not impossible. To ensure our gluten free road trip turns out to be
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Keep Your City Break Gluten Free

  Planning a city break or a long weekend somewhere new? Gluten free travelling to a location you haven’t yet explored can be stressful if you’re aren’t ready for it. Where will I eat? What will I eat? What if I get sick? What if I don’t speak the language? I’ve been on many gluten
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How To Cook For A Celiac

The festive season is upon us and many of us will be headed home for the holidays, looking forward to home cooked meals with family and friends. In my case I am very excited about catching up with close family and friends whom I haven’t seen in almost a year. As a celiac you never
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How To Support Someone With Celiac Disease

Most of my posts are aimed at helping those of us who are on a strict gluten free diet. When you are diagnosed with celiac disease simple things such as grocery shopping and eating out become a lot more challenging, especially at first and we need all the help we can get. Living in a
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What’s In My Gluten Free Backpack

When I travel, I travel light. When I’m exploring weird and wonderful places I’d rather not be held back by my luggage. I want something sturdy and I want something flexible. I don’t want to have to take a cab or a bus just because my bag is too heavy. This is why I love
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Tips For Running 13.1 & 26.2 Gluten Free

Running 13.1 miles without stopping is really hard. Running 26.2 miles is really, really hard. It requires a lot of energy. What we eat before and after our training runs, during the week leading up to a big event and on the morning of race day matters. The energy we fuel our bodies with can
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