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Gluten Free Breakfast Cereal & Chocolate In The Us

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Hi there,

I'm from the UK & we are visiting WDW in May (which appears to be coeliac heaven!).

Just wondered if anyone could recommend some gluten-free breakfast cereal for an adult which isn't too sweet & is relatively healthy - can you get a gluten-free porridge (oatmeal?).

Also I'm a bit of a chocoholic & would love to know of some great chocolate that I can snack on.

And finally ....... does anyone know the nearest store to get Redbridge beer please? We're staying in a villa near Formosa Gardens (highway 192 - is the area Kissimmee?). The gluten-free beer & lager here leaves a lot to be desired, & I'm looking forward to trying Redbridge, as it's not available in the UK.

Thanks for your help

Kate

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Hi there,

I'm from the UK & we are visiting WDW in May (which appears to be coeliac heaven!).

Just wondered if anyone could recommend some gluten-free breakfast cereal for an adult which isn't too sweet & is relatively healthy - can you get a gluten-free porridge (oatmeal?).

Also I'm a bit of a chocoholic & would love to know of some great chocolate that I can snack on.

And finally ....... does anyone know the nearest store to get Redbridge beer please? We're staying in a villa near Formosa Gardens (highway 192 - is the area Kissimmee?). The gluten-free beer & lager here leaves a lot to be desired, & I'm looking forward to trying Redbridge, as it's not available in the UK.

Thanks for your help

Kate

Can't help you with a specific store for Redbridge. However it is a Budweiser product and should be available at any good liquor store. I've also heard it is available at Wal-mart.


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Hi there,

I'm from the UK & we are visiting WDW in May (which appears to be coeliac heaven!).

Just wondered if anyone could recommend some gluten-free breakfast cereal for an adult which isn't too sweet & is relatively healthy - can you get a gluten-free porridge (oatmeal?).

Also I'm a bit of a chocoholic & would love to know of some great chocolate that I can snack on.

And finally ....... does anyone know the nearest store to get Redbridge beer please? We're staying in a villa near Formosa Gardens (highway 192 - is the area Kissimmee?). The gluten-free beer & lager here leaves a lot to be desired, & I'm looking forward to trying Redbridge, as it's not available in the UK.

Thanks for your help

Kate

Hi Kate,

Don't know where WDW is, but I would recommend finding a Whole Foods store (or similar health food specialty grocery). They will have a good selection of gluten-free breakfast cereals, and probably the beer.

Also, if you know the zip code try:

http://www.redbridgebeer.com/retailLocator.aspx

Have a nice visit. best regards, lm


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Dagoba chocolate and most Green and Black's Organic chocolate are gluten free. The dark is definitely gluten free and all Dagoba is too. You can get them at Whole Foods and other natural stores. EnviroKids makes some yummy cereals and Eerhown makes a good crispy rice cereal (make sure it says gluten free on front of the box.

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I believe WDW stands for Walt Disney World. Just a wild guess on my part :)


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Hi there,

I'm from the UK & we are visiting WDW in May (which appears to be coeliac heaven!).

Just wondered if anyone could recommend some gluten-free breakfast cereal for an adult which isn't too sweet & is relatively healthy - can you get a gluten-free porridge (oatmeal?).

Also I'm a bit of a chocoholic & would love to know of some great chocolate that I can snack on.

And finally ....... does anyone know the nearest store to get Redbridge beer please? We're staying in a villa near Formosa Gardens (highway 192 - is the area Kissimmee?). The gluten-free beer & lager here leaves a lot to be desired, & I'm looking forward to trying Redbridge, as it's not available in the UK.

Thanks for your help

Kate

I found Nature's Path gluten free/wheat free Corn Flakes are really good. They taste just like the regular corn flakes. They are sold at Wild Oats and since you will be in Florida, they should be around Orlando area. Also Redbridge beer is sold at Wild Oats. You could "google" Wild Oats before you arrive and see where it is. WDW is a very "gluten free friendly" place so they can probably help you while you are there.

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Just went to WDW (Animal Kingdom) on Sunday. Terrific time. Can't comment on the service though. I went to a MCDonalds in the park which really wasn't that good. But it was fun!! Huge lines though. Fast Pass will save your life!! I went on MT. Everest and closed my eyes almost the whole time and kept on praying to dear Jesus! Wasn't bad at all when I had my eyes closed. Went on all the other herky jerky rides too. Hours after I rode the rides my back was killing me!! It still hurts!!

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