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

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  1. I will be traveling to Lansing, MI in June and I was wondering if anyone could recommend any good gluten free restaurants, bakeries, delis, etc... Thank You, Melissa
  2. Uno's Restaurant

    Hi Manna, Yes I had made sure to ask for the gluten-free pizza and it was on a thin crust. That's why I couldn't understand how I got sick unless it was not prepared properly...
  3. Uno's Restaurant

    Good Evening Everyone, My name is Melissa and this is my first time posting on this site. I have had Celiac's Disease for about 5 years now and I am always looking for new restaurants and foods to try, I'm sure like most of you do as well. I went to an Uno's Restaurant in Dedham, MA. a few months ago I decided to try the Gluten-Free vegetable pizza there and it was very tasty, but after a slice or two I started to feel really sick and queasy. I knew my symptoms automatically and realized that it was not Gluten-Free after all or someone had not followed proper care in preparing the pizza. Either way I let the manager know what happened and he apologized for it, but I will not be trying anything gluten-free from there again after that experience. has anyone else had this problem at an Uno's Restaurant before or any other supposed Gluten-Free pizza place??? Thanks, Melissa