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  1. Thank you for all the great responses about G.S. camping gluten-free. I have spoken with the person from our service unit in charge of planning the trip. She was very cooperative and gave me the full menu. I found that many items could easily be substituted and Sat. dinner is baked chicken and rice!! Totally gluten-free. She also gave me the name and phone of the cook at the camp, so my next step is to call her and discuss access to the kitchen to prevent cross-contamination. Thanks for all the support!!
  2. I'm new to this forum, but not new to Celiac disease. My daughter and I both are Celiac. She is 9 we are going on our first G.S. campout with the service unit. There will be limited access to the kitchen where food is prepared and then served cafeteria style. If anyone has ever been in this situation I would appreciate any responses to how you handled it. Thanks!
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