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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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About mattagli

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  1. Happy birthday!

  2. Hi Amelia your information are right..... about the "gelateria" you should check the the list of this shop on AIC....they know how take care with people that can't eat gluten. No more bed experince in Gelateria! I want to take more information about coffee because my mom, that is celiac, drinks coffee every day in bar or restaurant and she doesn't have any problem. but I want to be sure of I will let you know. I love gorgonzola and I eat just italian gorgonzola (DOC)....because it is safe for us as you said and it is really good CIAO MATTEO
  3. Hi Kristen I am really happy that you could to a abroad experience for ur study in Italy...I did the same but in Spain... the most important year of my life. I can tell you to see this web page when you understand a little bit italian in the while I made a research for you.... Albella Salute e Gourmet indirizzo: Via Igea, 2 citt
  4. 1st Trip To Italy

    Hi Grace, sorry If I write you only know but I was really busy at work this month that I did not have time to visit the Forum so much. You are a Mix between North and South of Italy.... Which part do you feel more?? norht or South? LOL. I want to answer to your question.... for my experience I can say that Italy is one of the place where you can find a lot of people that know about gluten. In Italy every months a lot of people find that they have celiac disease. We have an association that can give you a lot of information about products and restaurant were you can go to eat. At the farmacy you can find a lot of different brand with gluten free products. In my country Italian people with this kind of disease have 130 euro every month from pubblic health(dalla sanita' pubblica) to buy all kind of food gluten free. That is really good because it' s really expencive. Look if you go in Italy for turism you can find a lot of place that cook gluten free products . If you go to live in Italy you can find a lot of gluten free food in the farmacy. If you go in a restaurant or in same place where the dont know about celiac disease well don' t worry there are so many dishes on the menus that you have just to choose!The most important thing to do, if they don't know about Gluten, is to ask if there is any "farina" or " Pane". For me in Italy you can feel save to eat gluten free... Voglio continuare questo commento in Italiano... visto che capisci bene l'italiano non avrai problemi a leggere questa pagina web che e' dell'associazione italiana celiaci. Puoi trovare tutte le informazioni che avrai bisogno sui ristoranti e altri posti dove andare a mangiare. Anche il prontuario degli alimenti senza glutine in commercio e delle ricette italiane con prodotti senza glutine.... questo e' il sito: Se hai qualsiasi domanda fammi sapere! Ciao MATTEO
  5. 1st Trip To Italy

    Le Cinque Terre there are so beautiful....especially in summer or spring!! Your Italian is good...just you need to practice it a little I have to do with my English... I was a TA at University of Utah for 3 month so ..we can refresh your Italian!! Well, I arrive in Arlington one month ago because I am a marketing manager for a Italian company that produce Tanning beds in Italy and we import and distribute them all over the US, Canada and Mexico... this is what I am doing here. I don't know what to think about Texas because I don
  6. Wow, Hawaii that could be a dream come true!!! I am working in Arlington, close to Dallas, for Italian company that make TANNING BEDS ... ( it's interesting job , I am the Marketing manager..... but Texas is different from Europe!jejej what do u do in Hawaii? are you original from there? if you want i can send you somegluten free food from Italy when my family will send to me! Do you like wine? i can tell you a lot of place where you can go to taste it! Ciao MATTEO
  7. 1st Trip To Italy

    wow .. where did you learn italian? next time i will write you in Italian.... (my English is not so good ehheeh) Italy is nice place...I love my country and I would love that everybody, once in their life, could go there and spend time with Italian people and culture. It's the place of love, of Romanticism, of history but also of the friendship and hospitality. Come back soon in ITALY....and still dream in Italian Ciao MATTEO
  8. 1st Trip To Italy

    Have you ever consider the " le cinque terre".... it so beautiful place! it s between Liguria and Toscana... take information on that place or let me know! ok? Ciao MATTEO
  9. 1st Trip To Italy

    Hi My name is Matteo, I am Italian from Milan.... Milan is not just shopping like everybody think .. it s also art and fun (clubs, bars..happy hours) .. you should go to see Sforzeco Castello, Pinacoteca di brera, Sant Ambrogio Church... the last supper of leonardo da vinci, la Scala di Milano, Navigli and so on! another nice city is SIENA(it s my favourite City) s in toscany and then u can go to visit florence Pisa and then go to Assisi and Umbria... Good choise for Bi -Aglut... is my favourite pasta too... !! but u can try Veneziane (its corn pasta) they are good! ciao MATTEO
  10. Hi Ken, thanks for your invitation if I am in Italy I will be happy to eat with you and your wife. I have problem to contact my aunt that lives in florence..because I am living in Texas right now (for 18 months) I don t know if you like icecream... but in Italy we have the best icecream... so I will write you here some place in Milan where u try it. (remember to tell them that you are celiac ok?) Gelateria 54 indirizzo: Via Canonica, 81 citt
  11. Look, give me some days and i will tell you the restaurant for Milan and Florence. in the while i give you this restaurant where I use to go to eat and they know about our food problem and make my name! RISTORANTE PIZZERIA MUSEUM Viale certosa, 287 20151 - Milano - (MI) Italia Tel. 02.38005793 ok? ciao MATTEO
  12. Sure!! U can say that in different way!! so write down these; sono celiaco. sono intollerante al glutine or sono allergico al glutine u can try also this phrase! non posso mangiare niente fatto con la farina bianca di grano o cereali. let me know ok? the sicrets it to make them examples ... like no pasta no pista no pane...ok? if u like Prosciutto be careful! u can eat PROSCIUTTO CRUDO DI PARMA E IL GRAN BISCOTTO ROVAGNATI. about salami ..ask or see the ingredients before buy ..because the things white that are on the top could be FARINA ciao and enjoy Italy TEO
  13. Hi my name is Matteo, I am Italian from Milan..... look, if u have a house and u cook by urself, u can find gluten free products in Pharmacy (Farmacia).. if u have to go out to eat... go on the restaurant on this this website. (i hope that u understand a little bit italian).. or let me know!! (this is specific for Toscany) ciao
  14. Italy

    My name is MATTEO, I am italian and I have just move in US from Italy few weeks ago.... today is my first time in this forum.... but if u have question about gluteen free foods, restaurant and so on.... please let me know !! I will be happy to help u ....and u will love my country even if u eat gluten free PIZZA!! ... CIAO e a presto!
  15. Lunch Downtown Dallas, Tx

    I have just moved from Italy in Arlington for Business and it's my first time in Texas so I was looking for some place where i could go out to eat ...and eat gluten free food ..sure!! tahnks again for this information