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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   04/07/2018

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Saw this on a restaurant blog in Boston (From the Boston Herald): Against the grain: Wheat allergy doesn
  3. gluten-free In Boston Area

    Also near Quincy Market, Nebo Enoteca just added a gluten-free menu with gourmet pizza's and pasta dishes!! Located on 90 North Washington Street (North End) All of nebo
  4. Wow Green's and NUBRU - can you purchase those brands here in the states? I thought Green's was from the UK. Redbridge is my goto gluten-free brew - I do like Bard's and New Grist isn't bad. Best, Adam
  5. Ma Uno's Now Have gluten-free Pizza!

    I too had the gluten-free pizza at the Uno's in Harvard Square yesterday. I didn't set my expectations too high as I've been let down many times before from lousy pizza crusts in the past. However, I was extremely pleased and impressed for being able to eat pizza in a chain restaurant! The crust was thin and light with crispy edges, but perhaps just slightly underdone in the middle - could have remained in the oven for an extra 3-5 min. The crust didn't fall apart (I was able to fold the slices in half) and wasn't over-sauced. Generous portion too with zero cardboard taste! Now all they need to do is stock gluten-free brew! Highly recommended as a mainstream option!!! -Adam
  6. I know this establishment has been discussed on the forum, but finally made it over there today for lunch and for the first time in 4 years had a sandwich not in the office or at home! Absolutely incredible!! They have an abundance of sandwiches and have two gluten-free breads (Dill and Onion rolls) along with other gluten-free cookies and desserts. I wish I had my digital camera. The bread was moist and malleable and didn't break apart! http://oxfordspacafe.com -Adam
  7. The Other Side Cafe-boston, Ma

    The Oxford Spa is wonderful. I hit up Le's (used to be Pho Pasteur) at least once a week!! Better value than Wagamama in my opinion.
  8. The Other Side Cafe-boston, Ma

    FYI: The Otherside Cafe now has Harpoon's new Hard Cider on draft!!! Damn tasty!!
  9. Gluten Free Near Fenway Park?

    The Elephant Walk has a gluten-free menu. It's located at 900 Beacon Street. http://www.elephantwalk.com I'm also a fan of Audubon Circle at 838 Beacon. Great atmosphere. While they don't have a gluten-free menu I've eaten here numerous times and never had any problems. The salads are solid and I've gotten the burger sans roll. It will be extremely crowded especially before tonight's game.
  10. The Other Side Cafe-boston, Ma

    I second the Oxford Spa!!! Great spot. B Good is also Celiac friendly - substitute the roll for veggies! The fries are baked and not fried. Rialto in the Charles Hotel (Harvard Square) also has a celiac friendly menu (see previous post in this forum).
  11. New Here

    From a previous post...Douzo uses gluten free soy sauce... http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?showtopic=37387
  12. New Here

    Where in Boston are you studying? There are some fantastic places in Brookline including Fugakyu, Tsunami (which is BYOB), Ginza, and Mr. Sushi. Osushi in the Copley Mall is really good too. Douzo which is on Dartmouth Street is on my list to hit up. Ma Soba in Beacon hill is decent as well.
  13. Gluten Free Fried Clams Etc.

    FYI: The Clam Box in Ipswich, MA coats their clams in a small amount of flour. However, you can ask them to prepare the clams with just corn meal as they are aware of gluten-intolerance yet they said they can't guarantee cross contamination due to the oil. If you arrive around 2:30pm or at 11 am the oil is fresh.
  14. Wagamama Boston, Ma

    FYI, UK based Wagama has just opened their newest location in Harvard Square in addition to their Faneuil Hall spot. Menu is online and lists allergens and substitutions for wheat and gluten intolerant. I haven't had the opportunity to hit up either locale, but there certainly could be cross-contamination. http://www.wagamama.us
  15. Rialto Restaurant-boston

    I have heard nothing but good reports about Rialto (aside from $$$)! Ofcourse Legal has the gluten-free menu and Henrietta's Table is all organic but has a good selection of options to choose from the menu. As far as Noir is concerned, I've only had drinks there