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gluten free eating

Dining out and gluten-intolerant? A tricky combination. Like a maze loaded with wheat-filled landmines, the city is a hotbed of restaurants claiming to be celiac-friendly. Don't stress, gluten-free foodies! We have a condensed Toronto survival guide of the best spots to dine in a wheat-filled city.
Alright! It's time to start planning your summer vacation! For those of you with celiac disease or other gluten intolerance this can often pose a problem (or at least barrier). To help, we've selected a few of the world's most spoken languages and created 11 translations to help you explain that you have an allergy to gluten and what foods contain it.