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The Gluten Free Dilemma

Posted by Allison Tilt on Tuesday, May 28, 2013,
I just got back from a holiday weekend in Vermont, and have spent time recently in Seattle, WA and Boulder, CO.  All of these places, including a small town in VERMONT had more obvious gluten-free options than in DC.  So what gives? How can a small resort town in Vermont be better? Ok, maybe better wasn't the best term to use, maybe easier is the correct term.  
But regardless, I found gluten free bread and GF pancakes (though not very good ones) at a small breakfast place in Manchester,VT. ...
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And I'm Back!

Posted by Allison Tilt on Wednesday, January 25, 2012,
After a long hiatus from the gluten-free blogging world, I've made a couple of new discoveries that I think are important for the g-free world:

1. DC is in SERIOUS need of some better gluten-free restaurants! But let's be real- the nation's capital should step on it.  When I was living in Colorado, EVERYTHING had a gluten-free option. I'm in the process of compiling a list that includes restaurants with either a gluten-free menu or at least some options. But I HAVE to give a shout-out to the s...
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Gluten Free Eating

Posted by Allison Tilt on Thursday, April 1, 2010,
My posts seem to relate to food more often than cosmetics, maybe because I've already figured out which products work for me.  Yet while searching gluten free pizza parlors around my area, I was struck by how little representation we Celiacs have.  According to UrbanSpoon, gluten-free friendly entails available salads, not alternative dishes you would expect when dining at an upscale pizza joint or sit-down bistro.  Alas, few restaurants choose to spend time finding alternatives and mapping o...
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My New Trick

Posted by Allison Tilt on Thursday, January 14, 2010,
So, now that I'm officially intolerant of three major food groups/allergens (gluten/wheat, eggs and dairy) food is becoming more of a challenge every day.  Especially eating out.  Now I've found some great restaurants that cater fairly well to all these restrictions, but soy sauce remains a huge issue.  Wheat is the #2 ingredient in most brands.  And I for one LOVE sushi and soy sauce on everything.  So I bring my own!! Wheat-free tamari is available at most supermarkets, and tends to contain...
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Noodles, Noodles, Noodles

Posted by Allison Tilt on Friday, December 11, 2009,
I'm just going to continue the theme of food I've started.  Being a college student, our restaurants include those amazing and slightly-above-fast-food joints that give you great meals for a good price.  Those include pizza, pasta, sandwich and ethnic food places- so obviously not gluten free, right? WRONG!! Turns out great places like Panera Bread, Noodles and Company, Tokyo Joe's and even IHOP have g-free options.  I was at Noodles last night (who'd have thought judged by the title of this ...
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