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Mary Sue

How To Find gluten-free Restaurants

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It has taken 11 years to FINALLY get a diagnosis for Celiacs disease. I have been to multiple specialists and have only begun feeling better recently, due to my wonderful new doctor who took the time to listen and understand my symptoms.

For the past 2 months I have been 100% gluten free, and have not eaten out because I love how good I feel and am totally afraid of gluten.

How do you go about finding out for sure if food is gluten free? I've called a few restaurants to ask about gluten free meal, and they say "gluten what"? I try to explain, but I don't feel confident that they understand the importance of even the little ingredients that people don't think about.

Any advice? I live near the Villages, FL if anyone out there is familiar with the area. We have a good selection of chain restaurants.

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I found this a good global gluten-free restaurant and shopping guide.

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Just enter the country, the state and the city and it finds suitable eateries, it works world-wide.

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Global Shopping and Eating Guide

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Best Regards,

David

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I found this a good global gluten-free restaurant and shopping guide.

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Just enter the country, the state and the city and it finds suitable eateries, it works world-wide.

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Global Shopping and Eating Guide

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Best Regards,

David

Another helpful tool. Thank you so mch. I'm feeling a lot more confident aobut eating out now.

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