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18 June 2017

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 June 18, 2017
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BONMi Restaurant Gluten-Free New York City Manhattan Vietnamese

BONMi New York City

Living and working in New York City offers no shortage of gluten-free options. You can find pretty much any cuisine that you could possibly want with gluten-free options. I am always amazed that I am consistently finding new restaurants that cater to celiac diners. Of course technology plays a large role in my discovery since I use Seamless/GrubHub…

11 June 2017

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 June 11, 2017
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Glaze Teriyaki New York City Gluten-Free

Glaze Teriyaki, NYC

One of my go-to lunch spots, particularly for delivery, is Glaze Teriyaki. Asian cuisine can be tricky for celiacs because of the sauces — many soy sauces, despite their name, contain wheat. Glaze on the other hand offers a gluten-free teriyaki sauce along with a range of other gluten-free items. Glaze describes itself as Seattle-style teriyaki which is a mix of…

22 April 2017

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 April 22, 2017
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Friedman's Restaurants New York City Gluten-Free

Friedman’s Restaurants NYC

Friedman’s has been a New York City staple since 2009 and synonymous with gluten-free as a pioneer in providing gluten-free guests not only with delicious food options but a truly safe experience. It was always one of those places that I had been meaning to visit and as they expanded throughout the City it became much easier to indulge more regularly.

6 November 2016

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 November 6, 2016
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Shun Lee Palace Gluten-Free Chinese Restaurant New York City

Shun Lee Palace NYC

One of the most crushing blows of my celiac and shellfish allergy diagnoses was having to remove Chinese food from my restaurant repertoire. When I was originally diagnosed there simply were not options out there and my love of Chinese food would remain something akin to looking for a gluten-free unicorn. When I was in Hong Kong and Macau it was definitely…

6 November 2013

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 November 6, 2013
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Don’t Tell My Mother.

Yes, my name ends in a vowel and I was pretty much raised on pasta before my Celiac diagnosis and I rarely go to Italian restaurants because, well, as an Italian it’s not something we really do – because our mothers all make the best pasta and sauce and who can really compare with mom? Well, I think that might have all changed for me…

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