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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi,

I'm coming to the USA from England next month.

Can you give me lists of restaurant chains that are likely to have gluten-free food on the menu.

Many thanks

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Hey,

Actually, if you give me your e-mail address, I can send you a list of about 240. It's an adobe file compiled by another online support group.

Or I could just list a few off of the top of my head, but I only know about 10 offhand... McDs, outback, TGIF, PF changs, etc.

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I was so excited reading your posting about restaurant chains with gluten-free options. I am newly diagosed and SO DEPRESSED! I had to almost immediately leave for what should have been a great trip to Florida but this is the fourth day of our trip and I am hungry! My husband and I are very frustrated. Every place I go I feel like there is only one or two options and still there is something I am unsure of. Any list you have would be very much appreciated. I'm not sure what to ask about and what I should be careful of. I've been reading books and all the internet I can get but still I feel unsure and unsafe. I need a PRACTICAL and REALISTIC guide to eating out and traveling when I can't just pull out the ricecakes. Please help. I really appreciate it!

JULI

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If you could send me an email of gluten-free restaurant chains that would be really great.

My email address is karen.kemp@tiscali.co.uk

Thanks very much.

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Hey,

Actually, if you give me your e-mail address, I can send you a list of about 240.  It's an adobe file compiled by another online support group.

Or I could just list a few off of the top of my head, but I only know about 10 offhand... McDs, outback, TGIF, PF changs, etc.

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Dear celiac3270, Just found your post about list of gluten-free Restaurant menus. I'm not sure how to use this board but would really like to receive the website, or list at

bo35an97@cruzio.com Thanks Bonsy

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wouldnt mind a list of resterants myself if you could please. Ladylucysky@hotmail.com

Heatherh

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I'd love to get a copy of the restaurant list as well, please!

jshear1@sbcglobal.net

Thanks!!

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celiac3270, could I please also have the list. Thank you. Armetta

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Could you send me the list as well? Thanks!

kathrynanne@gmail.com

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Could you please send me the restaurant list as well as the Delphi list? Thanks!

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Look what you started... can I have the list too?

maureen92109@yahoo.com

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Done...again, though, let's try to shift threads.

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celiac3270,

I'd really appreciate if you could send me a list of the gluten-free restaurants. My e-mail is richcreagh.il@netzero.net

Rich Creagh

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Hey,

Actually, if you give me your e-mail address, I can send you a list of about 240.  It's an adobe file compiled by another online support group.

Or I could just list a few off of the top of my head, but I only know about 10 offhand... McDs, outback, TGIF, PF changs, etc.

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Ditto! Please! Tiffanyjakubowski@yahoo.com

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i'm new on this site, so hope i am doing this correctly. when you have time, do you ind sending me the list also? you are very poplular with this list! kirby@petitealma.com

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any idea why i can't open the file? i get an error message when i try to open the file. is my adobe outdated or something? not really sure. my friend downloaded it and put it in a word file for me, but it's kind of hard to read because of the formatting. thanks!

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Hey,

Actually, if you give me your e-mail address, I can send you a list of about 240. It's an adobe file compiled by another online support group.

Or I could just list a few off of the top of my head, but I only know about 10 offhand... McDs, outback, TGIF, PF changs, etc.

Hi I am brand new to this . I just found out I have celiac disease 3 months ago. I am having a real hard time with it all. Could you also please send me that file? thank You

alicegray27@hotmail.com

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If you could send me an email of gluten-free restaurant chains that would be really great.

My email address is karen.kemp@tiscali.co.uk

Thanks very much.

can u send me the list my email is kzoey244@aol.com thanks

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