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I'm planning a trip to Italy and would like to hear from anyone who's been there specifically (I've already read many of the posts on traveling and restaurants in general). If anyone has any good tips on what types of food one can buy in a little corner grocery stand, what type of entrees are best bets to order, or even specific names of restaurants in Rome, Florence and Venice, I would appreciate it! And in turn, after my trip, I will post my own tips.

I plan to eat well, enjoy much and stay completely gluten-free and healthy as long as it depends on me! (I have some Italian to learn before I go.)

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From what I hear, you'll find Italy to be very accomodating. You might try doing some searches of italian websites, but learning the words for dealing with gluten over there should be enough to get you the appropriate food. (I wasn't gluten-free when I was last there, so I can't help further. Hopefully some of those who have been there recently will pop in.)

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