Eating Out

  1. Quick Gluten-Free Snacks

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  2. Eating Out

    Creating gluten-free dishes in the home is easy once you get your kitchen set-up (see Creating a Safe Kitchen ), but eating out poses a whole new set of challenges at first. For the recently diagnosed celiac, it may be easier to not eat out or b ...

  3. Common Cross-Contaminated Menu Items

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  4. Is Alcohol Gluten-Free?

    GFP recommends avoiding drinking alcoholic beverages in the early stages of the gluten-free diet to allow your gut time to heal. ...

  5. Party Time!

    Whether at a restaurant, a friend’s house for dinner or a special event like a wedding, you don’t want to be caught hungry because you're worried about the food containing gluten. Planning ahead can prevent a potentially stressful situation or ...

  6. Eating Gluten-Free at Fast Food Restaurants

    If you're craving a fast food fix, first review this list of where to go and what to order.  GFP doesn't recommend eating fast food more than once or twice a week. ...

  7. Restaurant Safety: Throw of the Dice

    Even if you’re experienced in preparing gluten-free meals, eating out can be a trial. ...

  8. Decoding a Restaurant Menu, Making Healthier Choices

    OK, want the shorthand to healthy eating when you're not at home? ...

  9. Eating Safely and Sanely Through the Holidays!

    If you think avoiding gluten is difficult in every day life, the holidays up the ante immeasurably. ...

  10. Restaurant's Extra Charge$ for GF Meals

    Ever left a restaurant grumbling about having to pay a surcharge to assure that your meal didn’t make you sick? ...