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  1. Thanks Amy! pnltbox27, there is a restaurant called Biaggi's in Deerpark. I don't know how close that is to you but it has a glutten free menu which includes gluten-free pasta!!!! (and it tastes pretty good too). I've been to this Biaggi's as well as the Biaggi's in Madison WI several times and I've never gotten sick. Hope this helps.
  2. Does anyone have any personal experience traveling gluten-free in Europe or anywhere else? Would you care to share your experience? I was diagnosed with Celiac a couple of months ago and I've had such a tough time going out to eat that I figured I'd never really travel again. I know I'll visit family and friends but not travel as a tourist where I'd have to eat at a restaurant all the time.
  3. I've been to that store. It's not bad, I get a lot of the Kinnikinnick and Glutino stuff there. The owner is really nice and will talk to you if you give him half a chance. It's small but he packs a fair amount of variety into the store. As for the Arlington Hgts support group, does anyone have any more information on it? I'd never heard of it before but I'd like to try it. I've only been gluten-free for 3 months now and I'd really like to meet people who know what it's like to be gluten-free. I get insanely irritated with my friends when they tell me that I'm being too paranoid about gluten because I refuse to share a toaster.
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