Shared article-how to improve the quality of the gluten free dining experience


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I’m always happy to see articles and websites that address the concerns of those who live with gluten and dairy intolerance or celiac disease.  I have practically given up dining out due to the sheer exhaustion finding allergen-free meals causes me, and the danger of getting glutened.

Karen Broussard, the founder of Glutenfreetravelsite.com,  has written a great article outlining ways that restaurants can serve those suffering from gluten intolerance or celiac disease better tasting and safer meals.

Dining out can be a real challenge, especially when you are faced with either bland food or worse, contaminated food due to just plain ignorance on the part of staff.  This doesn’t have to be the case.

You can read her informative article here.

What do you think about dining out with gluten or dairy intolerance?  Please share your experience!

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Jessica says:

    Thank you for the link. I can’t wait to read it. Dining out for me is pretty nonexistent.

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    1. glutenfreelady says:

      She really makes some great suggestions. I’m hoping as time goes on dining out will be easier for us.

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      1. Jessica says:

        That would really be great. Usually if we go somewhere, I just sit and watch. ha.

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      2. glutenfreelady says:

        Me too- over my bland chicken and grilled vegetables

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      3. Jessica says:

        Ha ha. Yes, I agree. I don’t eat meat either, so I really have an empty plate. Ha.

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