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Hi all!

I am going to be traveling to Honolulu and Maui, Hawaii soon and wanted to see if any of you guys have suggestions for getting around there in the "restaurant scene." I will, of course, be bringing lots of edible goodies of my own and will research stores ahead of time....Any info would be greatly appreciated!

Laurie :D


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Laurie, first of all welcome! Next, do a search (look in the blue box right above the postings) on maui and about half a dozen posts down you'll find a long one from me and another from manabbe with a whole bunch of good food info for maui.

Have fun!!! Heather


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The link above will take you directly to the Maui topic Laurie mentioned. It does not contain info about Honolulu though.

Hope you have a wonderful gluten-free trip!

God bless,



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