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Can Anyone Offer Help For How To Find A Good Restaurant Where I'm Traveling?

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It's a bit out of the way...Humboldt county. Will be there for a week at Thanksgiving, and given that it's such a health conscious place, I'm thinking they might have a number of restaurants that are either farm to table, or very Celiac friendly. Any help on how to go about researching? Any ideas would be helpful...not a ton of time to research, and my mom is very "fend for yourself" with the cooking....

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Got no answer for you, but Google might. I just wanted to tell you that I LOVE Humboldt county. Big trees, cool shops, and some great music stores. I hope you have a wonderful time!

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I would contact the local celiac chapter - there should be one in the area. They would know how to direct you.

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To find this do google or other search engines like this:

gluten free McKinleyville CA

gluten free Eureka CA

gluten free Arcata CA

Or any other town and state in the area near where you will be staying. See also:

Norcal Gluten Free - http://www.norcalglutenfree.com/restaurants.html

Gluten Free Group of Humboldt County on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GlutenFreeGroupofHumboldt

Find Me Gluten Free, Mckinleyville, CA - http://www.findmeglutenfree.com/us/ca/mckinleyville

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If you have a smart phone or Iphone there are plenty of Apps that will allow you to search for gluten-free restaurants based on your GPS location.

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As I recall there are health type markets there. Look them up and give them a call and ask. How about bringing lots of food and telling your mom not to touch your food. That is what I'll be doing next week. My parents get it a little bit, but not totally. Get some boars head sliced meat to take for yourself. The ham is yummy. Make some hard boiled eggs. Bring some gluten-free nuts and your bread and some fruit. That is what I'm going to do. :)

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