Like everyone, I do a fair bit of travelling over the warmer months which can bring on the usual worry of where I’m going to find gluten free in a place I don’t know! I came across Gluten Free Roads when I was researching places for my last trip to Belgium and since then I’ve been trying it out for my other trips.
Gluten Free Roads has designed a comprehensive, interactive map to help you find gluten free food and different products wherever you are travelling in the UK or abroad. By adding your postcode or the destination you are visiting, it shows you exactly where to find places on the map using different icons for restaurants, places to stay or shops that are offering gluten free food.
Interactive Map on Gluten Free Roads
Gluten Free Roads is from Dr Schar who have lots of brands that I use and love every day like DS Gluten Free , TruFree and Glutafin and Continue reading
Brugge has everything, beautiful architecture, winding rivers, bustling markets and plenty of traditional pubs, but what is doesn’t have is gluten free! I found Brugge to be the most difficult place I have visited in terms of food since being diagnosed with a gluten allergy 4 years ago. Brugge is a very small city compared to Brussels, which has a wider variety of allergy free food. However, I still managed to eat during the two days I was there so here are my tips for anyone planning on a gluten free trip to Brugge:
Bring your own bread rolls to dinner/ lunch
I asked in every restaurant if they had any on offer and none did, in fact a lot of places hadn’t heard of, or understood what I was asking for even with the phrases I had learnt (more about that later). Continue reading