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Traveling with Celiac Disease

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  1. Western Washington- Bremerton Area

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  2. Traveling On Tour Bus?

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  3. Last Minute Trip...hershey...suggestions?

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  5. India?

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  6. Gluten Free In Cannon Beach, Oregon?

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  7. Continental Coach gluten-free Meal

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  8. Niagara Falls, Ontario

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  9. Gluten-free In Las Vegas

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  10. Disneyworld With Multiple Food Allergies

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  11. Gluten Free Travel In Spain

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  12. Maui / Oahu

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  13. Montauk

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  14. Cooperstown, Ny Recommendations

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  15. A Two-week Gluten-free Road Trip.

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  16. Disney & Rainforest

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  17. gluten-free Restaurants In Oahu & Maui

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  18. Pullman, Washington Bed And Breakfast

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  19. Ugh! England Labeling Frustrations

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  20. Dorney Park, Allentown, Pa

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  21. My Trip To The Uk

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  22. Good Experience With British Airways

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  23. Trip To Washington, Oregon

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  24. Can I Take gluten-free Bread Into Canada?

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  25. Hershey Park, Pa

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    I've had gluten-free bread before that I just know was meant to taste like rye. I did not like it though. I think the main herb they used was either anise or something like anise. They went overboard. I was diagnosed as an adult and well remember the deliciousness of rye bread.
    Thanks a lot! I was looking for an alternative to rye bread as it's really something I miss a lot since being diagnosed, I hope it's imported where I live, though.
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