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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Eating Out In Orlando

    Thanks for that ,Margaritaville was a place i liked the look of last time, but wasn't sure they would cater for me.
  2. Can anyone recommend restaurants in Orlando which serve gluten free food? I know about Outback and PF Changs. Thanks
  3. London

    If you are near tesco or sainsburys supermarkets. you should be able to get gluten free food quite easily. They offer bread, cakes biscuits and the labelling here is excellent, if a product contains gluten it should be marked on the label. Also if you like spanish food the chain, La Tasca, offer lots of gluten free options, I;m sure there must be a least one in London. Enjoy your trip.
  4. Visiting America

    I am staying in a villa , have you used any of the gluten free grocery guides whch are available? Last time I was in Orlando I managed to eat out without too many problems but grocery shopping was a bit moe difficult as products weren't labelled showing if they containd gluten or not. Thanks
  5. Visiting America

    Hi , I'm a celiac visiting America in October and wondered which is the best grocery guide to purchase to make my stay there a bit easier. I was there last October and found grocery shopping quite difficult as gluten is not mentioned on labels. Any help about this or restaurant recommendations would be great. I'm staying in Orlando. Thanks