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The Gluten-Free Guide to France
on August 1, 2011
Maria Roglieri writes books that make you feel like you are getting savvy advice from a trusted friend. I hadn't been to France since I was diagnosed with celiac, in large part because I was worried about eating there (and having to pass up croissants, and pastries, and baguettes, and you know how it is). But I took The Gluten-Free Guide to France with me on a recent trip and it helped me to feel confident that I could eat there safely.
Not only did Maria reassure me France had restaurants, cafes, B&B's, hotels and health food stores that are aware of gluten-intolerance, but her guide was filled with detailed explanations of how to ask for a GF meal, long, translated lists of food items as they appears on French menus, and wonderful places to eat that happily welcome those of us on a gluten-free diet. Salut Maria!