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There are tons of gluten free recipes here, plus other stuff related to gluten free travel and generally being out and about as a coeliac. You'll also catch my updates at Twitter.
Published 24 August, 2014
"Do you have any gluten free cakes"
"No I'm sorry, we don't"...
"But I can make you some gluten free scones!"
So went the conversation when we arrived at Lios Beag Cafe on the isle of Lismore, Argyll.
We'd heard about the gluten free cakes at this cafe, and had biked-ferry-biked from Oban... Continue Reading
Published 28 January, 2014
This is just quick report on getting gluten free food in Cuba that I received by email. I thought it might help someone, somewhere so here it is. Thanks to Claude Vezina for sending it in...
Published 18 December, 2013
It's a shame, but I'm selling my wooden home grain / bean flour mill made by Waldner Biotech (Waldner Biotech Combi Star Grain Mill). I say it's a shame, because it's such a lovely piece of kit, but not one I've used much.
I originally bought it to help ensure that all my flours were 100%... Continue Reading
Published 5 December, 2013
This is fairly off-topic for a celiac travel blog, but FMT (fecal microbiota transplant) treatment is saving lives, so I want to do what I can to promote it here in the UK.
I got my FMT at the Taymount Clinic near London, where they regularly see patients with Clostridium Difficile... Continue Reading
Published 3 November, 2013
I recently returned from a 12 day cruise in the Pacific Islands on the Carnival Spirit and can thoroughly recommend them for anyone with celiac disease.
Published 3 September, 2013
I've never been on a cruise. And I'm not planning on it either. But, I do know that a lot of celiacs do (in fact, we've got a report from a cruising celiac coming up soon).
Mark Roseman and his physician wife both have fairly serious dietary restrictions, yet still chose to go on a cruise.... Continue Reading
Published 13 June, 2012
Norwegians seem to have a quite high awareness, not too hard to get people understand what you mean. In Norwegian gluten free is glutenfri.
Published 8 May, 2012
I'm travelling to New York in August 2012 and I need tips on places to eat that will be scrupulous about their gluten free food, at the same time as providing options for the grain-free paleo diet that I follow.
Published 3 May, 2012
"I believe it's the only place you can eat & purchase fresh gluten free gnocci, tagliatelle and ravioli."
Published 2 May, 2012
A friendly Dutch celiac just sent this to me: http://livaad.nl/zoekenhorecaeng.php
Here's what he said about it:
When people have a good experience with gluten free food at a restaurant, they put a note on Livaad.nl
Also when the restaurant say that they can make gluten free food, but... Continue Reading
Published 25 April, 2012
Gluten free B&B in Canada
Published 7 October, 2011
Eat Like a Dinosaur - a new kid-focused gluten free, casein free cookbook
As you may know, I eat a Paleo diet to manage food intolerance symptoms as it naturally excludes foodstuffs that promote auto-immunity (such as the lectins in pulses and casein in dairy). I find it really supporting... Continue Reading
Published 1 September, 2011
When we spent a year in New Zealand, even back in 2002 the gluten free provision was impressive, but now...
Published 26 August, 2011
"Don't expect your average Portuguese man or woman to know what coeliac disease is or what the word gluten means."
Published 18 August, 2011
Another celiac traveller has sent in a detailed and extremely useful account...
Published 15 August, 2011
At Easter I travelled with my wife and daughter to the Hotel La Solara in Sorrento, Italy. After years of holidays seeking out suitable places to eat this hotel has to be the best. Nothing is too much trouble for them. They even arranged for the Sunday Gala Dinner a separate coeliac friendly alternatives just for us.
Published 9 August, 2011
If you're planning a trip to Italy any time soon, this should be useful to you. We've got a new Italian card, plus a list of our Italian gluten free resources at the bottom of the post.
Published 7 August, 2011
The Gluten Free Guide to France is every celiac's essential travelling companion for holidaying, working or living in France.
Published 3 August, 2011
The best part of running CeliacTravel is hearing from people all over the world working out how to safely eat gluten free. Today was another fascinating little window into another celiac's life when I got an email from an American teacher in Latvia:
"I am a foodie and love eating out - but... Continue Reading
Published 2 August, 2011
Our roving reporter Katherine McMahon has sent in another terrifically helpful celiac travel story - this time about France. Katherine, who also blogs over at glutenfreetraveller, has been living in France for over a year and has put together a nice little guide - Living and travelling... Continue Reading