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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I just got back from the Pensacola/Destin area and had a couple good experiences I wanted to share...After landing in Pensacola, we stopped at Ever'man grocery and got groceries and they also have gluten-free food at the deli (watch a bit closely as they brought my children's gluten-free meal with bread on top - they were very sorry and made a new plate and it was great!). The Publix in Fort Walton was amazing - a whole gluten-free section - I was really impressed. My kids love the alligators at Fudpuckers and we usually just look at the alligators and go home, but this time I called ahead and they said they could accomodate. They have a gluten-free menu (although it does have a grammatical and semantic errors which made me nervous but everything makes me nervous) - the manager was Christine and she was absolutely amazing - she cross checked every single ingredient with us, made sure the waitress knew about bringing our food separately than the other people at our table, etc. Our food was even brought with covers over it they had put on in the kitchen. I was shocked - they were really on top of it - more than any other place I have been beside Disney World - you just never know. Finally, we ate at Tommy Bahamas near Sandestin where the chef came out to talk with us - it was fabulous. Hope this helps anyone headed that way this summer!


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