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Gluten Free In Shanghai
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I know there are a few topics on China around here, but I was hoping there might be some new information. I'll be in Shanghai for a month this December and would appreciate it if anyone could tell me about specific restaurants that were good or any other tips.

I already know about La Rose Noire, but that's about it.

http://www.la-rose-noire.com/site_pages/sa...ic_healthy.html

Thanks in advance

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I have decided to record all my gluten free travel finds in a blog that I have listed in my profile. All of the information I compiled about being gluten-free in Shanghai is there. I hope it helps!

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Hi! I live in Shanghai and my husband has wheat allergies. It's been pretty challenging maintaining a strict gluten-free diet especially when it comes to eating out. We try to cook as much as we can but it's also pretty challenging finding all the right ingredients and all. I started a blog recently to share a few recipes I've managed with all the ingredients I've found here. Will share more about our experience living gluten-free in Shanghai/China.

Would love to connect with other gluten-free folks in CHina.

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Hi! I live in Shanghai and my husband has wheat allergies. It's been pretty challenging maintaining a strict gluten-free diet especially when it comes to eating out. We try to cook as much as we can but it's also pretty challenging finding all the right ingredients and all. I started a blog recently to share a few recipes I've managed with all the ingredients I've found here. Will share more about our experience living gluten-free in Shanghai/China.

Would love to connect with other gluten-free folks in CHina.

I live in Shanghai as well and have just decided to eat gluton free. Do you know if there is a support group here? Any other tips would be helpful as well.

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