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

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About GlutenStinks15

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  1. Salem, Ma

    Thanks again, and I will be in touch!!    I have to say, I asked the waitress TWICE about the gluten-free bun in Village Tavern bc it was SO good! She said a lot of their gluten-free customers buy the buns - they sell them for $1 each.    And Victoria Station - the prime rib all but melted in my mouth - really delicious.    If you're ever traveling to NY, let me know, I'd be happy to give you recommendations
  2. Salem, Ma

    Hi Gemini,   wanted to report back as I am back from my trip. I can happily inform you that I ate safely and did NOT get sick while in Salem!!   I ate at the Village Tavern, the Howling Wolf, Finz, Victoria Station, and Nathaniel's. We drove to Woodman's also - amazing food!    Each place had PLENTY of knowledge of Celiac and took proper precautions. I was so happy!!   We have already booked our 2016 vacation!!   Thanks again for all of your suggestions and help. MUCH appreciated. 
  3. Salem, Ma

    Thanks - I did see that Woodman's uses corn flour - and thankfully my intolerance is such that a little Pepto will handle it. So I think I will try it anyway, but just get an appetizer.    Thanks for the recommendations - I really appreciate it. I did see 62 restaurant and I'm DEFINITELY going there!! Going to call tonight to find out what their pasta is made of.    When I return I will definitely give you feedback from each place I went.    Thanks again for all the help! Much appreciated. 
  4. Problems With Jelly Bellys

    I have this problem as well, and finally realized it's the corn starch
  5. Salem, Ma

    Hello Again,    My trip is near, and I wanted to check in with you. Woodman's is DEFINITELY on my list, as well as the Howling Wolf Taqueria.    I am wondering if you've ever eaten at Village Tavern, Finz, or Victoria Station?    I want to make sure I have plenty of options. My hotel room will have a fridge, so I will be able to have a back up plan.    Many thanks!!
  6. Lean Cuisine

      This is terrific news! I tried the Smart Ones Rice and Beans and it killed me - I tried picking out the corn but I must have missed some.
  7. Salem, Ma

    Thanks so much for all of this great information! I am even more exited about my trip now knowing I have options!
  8. I am very happy with the Ronzoni as well. The Barilla is 100% corn and my stomach just can't handle it.    My pasta of choice is Bionaturae - but it is double the price of the Ronzoni
  9. California Pizza Kitchen

    Please don't be discouraged. As you proceed you will see that you really can eat out and feel normal. I was diagnosed two years ago and I went through the grief stages (for lack of a better phrase.) It WILL get easier. I promise!    And we are all here to support you. 
  10. Salem, Ma

    Thanks so much for your reply. I did go to, but I also posted here bc I definitely like to hear what locals  have to say.    I called the Hawthorne and they informed me that Nathaniel's could definitely take care of me, so I was happy about that. I saw the Howling Wolf on - I'm glad to have your recommendation as well.    What's the name of the clam shack in Essex? Or is Clam Shack the name? I would love to try that too.    Thanks!!
  11. California Pizza Kitchen

    I eat there so often - thankfully I've never had a problem. The BBQ Chicken is my favorite as well. If you sit by the bar area, you can watch them prepare your pizza. When it comes out of the oven and onto your plate it goes DIRECTLY into the manager's hands to be delivered straight to the table. No chance for any CC or mix ups.
  12. Ruby Tuesdays

    That is terrific news. Thanks for sharing!
  13. Salem, Ma

    Hi All,   The last thread in this category for Salem, MA was from 2008. I have visited there three times but all were pre-diagnosis.   Any and all advice and recommendations for dining out are welcome. I am staying at the Hawthorne Hotel.   Thanks!
  14. Philadelphia, Pa - Tips?

    Thanks! Please let me know
  15. Philadelphia, Pa - Tips?

    Great, thanks so much! I will be sure to do all the research now that I have a better starting point!   Much appreciated.