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Gluten Free Travel Seattle

Our family just returned from a fantastic 9 day trip to the Pacific Northwest. This included four days in lovely Seattle. Highlights were an 11 mile run to explore the city (whilst listening to a playlist of Seattle Grunge on Spotify!), a visit to the fantastic Seattle Children’s Museum and of course, all the wonderful gluten-free
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Gluten Free Redondo Beach

Who are you and where are you? My name is Pier, and I live south of Los Angeles, in the beautiful beach city of Redondo Beach. Tell me about your relationship with gluten.. I was diagnosed with allergies to wheat and corn 13 years ago!  You couldn’t order anything “gluten free” from a menu and
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Gluten Free Seattle

Who are you and where are you? Hi! I’m Adina from the blog, Gluten Free Travelette and my home base is Seattle, Washington! Tell me about your relationship with gluten.. Gluten and I are not friends. In fact, we really don’t get along. I’m gluten intolerant and sensitive to even slight bits of cross contamination. Although,
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Gluten Free Los Angeles

Who are you and where are you? Hi! I’m April Peveteaux and I live in Los Angeles. I write Gluten Is My Bitch. Tell me about your relationship with gluten.. I love gluten. But a year and a half ago I was diagnosed with celiac disease, so now I hate gluten. Secretly, I still love
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Gluten Free Salt Lake City

Who are you and where are you? Pamela – I live in Salt Lake City, UT. Tell me about your relationship with gluten.. Ick. I dumped that bad boy in January of this year!  I never got formally diagnosed with celiac or non-celiac gluten sensitivity because of issues with insurance coverage, but my life is
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Gluten Free Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is stunningly beautiful, seriously. I wasn’t sure what to expect but it really is as beautiful as they say. Most photographs really don’t do it justice. It’s just a three hour drive from San Francisco and it has so much to offer travellers, gluten free or not. You can ski or snowboard in
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Gluten Free Palo Alto

Last week I found myself in Palo Alto for the first time. Palo Alto is about 35 miles south of San Francisco and it’s famous for Stanford University and the headquarters of many huge tech companies such as Google and Facebook. I was there for a gluten free business lunch. The search was on to
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Gluten Free Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara was the final stop on our gluten free Southern Californian road trip this Spring. Santa Barbara is another lovely town and I’m happy to report I managed to find somewhere celiac friendly to enjoy a gluten free meal. I also came across a few other restaurants offering gluten free options so if you’re
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Gluten Free La Jolla

La Jolla is a lovely place, located 12 miles north of downtown San Diego and I’m so glad we stopped by for a visit. I enjoyed a really tasty gluten free meal here in La Jolla and came across a bunch of other celiac friendly locations too.

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Gluten Free San Diego, CA

San Diego is an awesome city with a bunch of celiac friendly options for gluten free travellers. Sometimes gluten free travelling is quite the challenge and celiacs have to take whatever they can find but it really wasn’t too much of a challenge at all to find safe places to eat here.

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