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Gluten Free Kimbap (Korean Sushi)

I fell in love with kimbap when I lived in Seoul where I ate it every day for lunch. Since being gluten free it’s been impossible to find freshly made kimbap which is safe for me to eat. A couple of the traditional Korean ingredients are gluten-containing (imitation crab and processed ham) so I’ve altered
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Gluten Free Malaysia

I loved Malaysia! For my 30th birthday adventure John and I spent a week in the fantastic Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, and a few days in the beautiful historic city of Malacca (Melaka). Kuala Lumpur is a great city for exploring and people watching. There are a few must sees like the Batu Caves, Petaling
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What Do Celiacs Eat For Lunch?

What do celiacs eat for lunch? Last week I posted an article on what celiacs eat for breakfast for which I got some good feedback so I thought it would be interesting to ask some of you what you eat for lunch. I know I’m always looking for new ideas to try so hopefully you too
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10 Ways To Eat An Avocado

Avocados are awesome, wouldn’t you agree? They taste great, they’re full of vitamins and minerals and they’re gluten free. Avocados are a great food for celiacs and also a very versatile food. I’ve incorporated avocados into breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Avocados are also a great food for gluten free travellers as they can be
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Gluten Free Bakersfield, CA

I found myself in Bakersfield earlier this week when my friend and I took a little road trip heading south for a few days. Bakersfield probably isn’t a town I would have chosen to visit without a reason but I was glad I got the chance to as we met some very friendly locals who
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Gluten Free South Korea

As my South Korean adventures were prior to being diagnosed as celiac I didn’t plan to write a post on travelling gluten free there. That is until I received a few emails from fellow gluten free travellers who were headed there and looking for tips. They told me that my advice on staying safely gluten
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Gluten Free Candy Sushi

My two favourite foods are cereal and sushi so I thought to myself, why not combine the two and make delicious candy sushi. Before being diagnosed as coeliac I was a huge fan of making rice krispie cakes with either marshmallow or chocolate and I felt the desire to see if I could make even
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Gluten Free Flying within the US

Next week I’m flying from Oakland to Philadelphia. This trip involves a 2 hour flight to Phoenix, Arizona followed by a 4.5 hour flight to Philadelphia. I called US Airways to order my gluten free meal only to discover that this is not an option. Gluten free meals are only available on international flights apparently!
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Gluten Free Marathon Training!

A few weeks ago I signed up for my first Marathon. It takes place on the 10th of October this year (10/10/10) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Through research into what more experienced athletes and marathon runners say, I have prepared my own training schedule. This consists of 5 running days, including one long run day,
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Gluten Free Boston

I spent a few days in the pretty city of Boston this summer. I didn’t get to eat out in the city as much as I would have liked as this was one of the first stops on a year of travelling and we had to be careful not too spend too much dinero but
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