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  1. Travelling And Living In Germany

    Oh, and theres a good German celiac forum here. If you can register I'm sure there are loads of people that can help. http://www.zoeliakie-treff.de/zoeliakie/zoeliakie.html
  2. Travelling And Living In Germany

    Hi I've posted this before (with just a couple of edits) and thought it might be helpful. This is a decent restaurant, hotel and store search site for gluten free stuff. It's in German but Goolge translate will sort that for you. http://www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/suche.php There are some tips here for restaurants that cater to allergy suffers, it's only general but most of them cater to celiacs I would say. http://www.Lame Advertisement.de/eng/dining_out_with_allergies_guide (a link from this website got deleted once so if it doesn't appear just search "d e l i c a r d o dining out guide" without the superfluous spaces) If you want yome German allergy vocab you can get it from this website. http://www.ecc-kiel.de/EVZkiel/food-infos/allergy-lexicon.html DM is a store that has lots of gluten free products. Its in Germany and eastern Europe. Store finder -- http://www.dm-drogeriemarkt.de/dmDHomepage/generator/dmD/Homepage/Filialstandorte/Filialfinder/Filialfinder.html Alnatura also has loads of gluten freee products but is only in germany I think. Store list -- http://www.alnatura.de/de/filialen-liste Hope this helps
  3. Travelling To San Diego

    You could also check www.allergyeats.com, they should have a few reviews for restaurants in San Diego
  4. Thats great pawlski, I'm sure lots of people will find your tips really helpful
  5. When You Travel

    I guess that 2nd website is not in this forums good books then?
  6. When You Travel

    Toaster bags are deinitely a good option. Also if you stick to basic things like cheese and fresh fruit you will avoid being glutened. I found this blog http://glutenfreetraveller.com about travelling with gluten a list of links here http://www.Lame Advertisement.de/eng/use/travel all related to travelling with food allergies.
  7. Gluten Free Dining In Salzburg

    If you go to this website and search in Salzburg State you get a couple of restaurant and hotel suggestions http://www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/suche.php This website also came up with more spots http://www.glutenfreeroads.com/en/glutenfree-travel/ If you want yome German allergy vocab you can get it from this website http://www.ecc-kiel.de/EVZkiel/food-infos/allergy-lexicon.html and this website does allergy cards in German www.Lame Advertisement.com hope this helps
  8. Allergy Cards

    This forum might be able to help http://www.ipacific.com/forum/index.php?board=12.0 Alternatively you could try your luck at www.proz.com There should be plenty of New Zealand based translators for Samoan - English as lots of Samoans live there, it's just a matter of finding them.
  9. Cologne, Germany

    Hi I noticed that that one of the links I posted before wasn't working. www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/ as I said its only in german but google translate will sort it out. Theres a vocab list here that you can download too www.food-info.net/allergy.htm or just get some cards from www.delicardo.com. Oh and very important is the gluten-free beer that you can get in Cologne, Residenz Beer. It is made in the region and can be found in most bottle shops (Getr
  10. Gluten Free In Italy?

    Italy is great for celiac disease, it is a recognised disease there and sufferers get free gluten free food. Maybe the people at the celiac society of italy will be able to help? You can contact them here segreteria@celiachia.it
  11. Anyone Out There A gluten-free Traveler Like Me?

    just remembered that there is this site too, it hasn't been active since december last year though http://gfrestaurants.com/
  12. France And Spain...can I Make It A Month?

    Maybe these vocab print-outs would be helpful? http://www.food-info.net/allergy.htm In Germany you can find gluten free stuff in DM stores, Alnatura and most organic stores (bioladen) if you are looking for substitutes. there's also a blog with lists of stores and restaurants for different cities in Germany http://www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/. Its in German but google translate should sort it out ok. You can also try translated cards form delicardo.com, selectwisely.com or www.celiactravel.com Just plan ahead and it will put your parents at ease maybe, europeans are well versed in celiac disease (in Italy you get free gluten free food for example!) so the only problem would be the language barrier which can be overcome. Enjoy your travels and cross your fingers that dormant volcanoes stay dormant while youre in europe, it was crazy here last week.
  13. Anyone Out There A gluten-free Traveler Like Me?

    in general, celiac restaurant cards can be helpful, you can send them in advance to restaurants if you want to book a table for example so the chef has a bit of time to think about suitable meals. there're free ones here http://www.celiactravel.com/restaurant-cards.html (basic ones on lots of languages) or you can buy them here http://www.delicardo.de/eng (more detailed and like business cards in lots of languages) there're also websites like http://www.allergyeats.com/ and http://www.lonelyplate.org/ that my be helpful (they are new so don't have so many reviews as yet) i hope that helps with planning time
  14. Poland Gluten-Free

    This word list may also be helpful http://www.food-info.net/allergy/en-pl.pdf
  15. Poland Gluten-Free

    Heres another handy website maybe, they make gluten free products http://www.glutenex.com.pl http://www.balviten.com/_en/ http://www.schaer.com/en/ Maybe email them and find out where you can buy their products in Poland? Theres also a company in germany that makes celiac cards www.delicardo.com, I'm not sure if they have Polish cards but could probably have them made considering their are som many poles in Germany. all the best