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Gluten Free Travel in Paris and France – Sans Gluten

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gluten free paris franceDreaming about gluten free Paris, the French Riviera, Provence or anywhere else in France? Want to visit for business or pleasure yet concerned about how to safely eat gluten and wheat free? Read more

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Gluten and Dairy Free at Cafe Marly in Paris: Sans Gluten

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gluten free Paris FranceParis is one of my favorite cities in the world even as a celiac on a gluten free diet! I fell in love with Paris on my 1st visit with my high school French language class. I still remember walking down the Boulevard Saint Michel and deciding that somehow I was going to study in France during my junior year in college. Read more

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Gluten Free Pastries and Crepes in Paris: Sans Gluten

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gluten free pastries at Helmut Newcake Paris FranceStrolling down the streets of Paris is always an incredible experience, the music, the restaurants and the smell of French¬†patisseries on every corner. That’s right, I said patisseries! Read more

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Gluten and Allergy Free Belgium: Sans Gluten et Allergenes

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BelgiumI have visited Belgium on numerous occasions for both work and pleasure and found the atmosphere charming. For those traveling to Belgium gluten free (sans gluten) and allergy free (sans allergenes), I would first recommend that you download our Belgium Travel Paks that include translations and dining suggestions in the Dutch, French and German Languages. These are available for gluten free, allergy free, dairy free and shellfish free lifestyles. Read more

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Gluten Free Croissants in Paris and Europe: Sans Gluten

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gluten free croissants in Paris FranceWhen I was diagnosed with celiac disease and an allergy to dairy and casein over 12 years ago, my first thought was, “How am I ever going to give up croissants and petit pain au chocolat (chocolate croissants)?” Read more

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Gluten Free Dining Language Cards

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I fell in love with languages back in high school where I studied French and Spanish. After that,  while living in Italy, Brazil and Germany,  I also studied Italian, Portuguese and German. So being able to communicate in foreign languages is really important to me. Read more

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