Hold The Gluten Podcast/January 3, 2013/Maureen /2 Comments/976 views /Travel Podcast Episode 77: Let’s Celebrate a Gluten-Free Happy & Healthy New Yearshare on:FacebookTwitterPinterest Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelEpisode 77 “Hello Gluten-Free 2013!” Features: Maureen & Vanessa’s Holiday recap. Gluten-free options for EZ Bake Ovens! Dunkin Donuts tests gluten-free goodies in Florida & Massachusetts. Trifle – it’s the new dessert… Maureen’s upcoming trip to Montserrat What do YOU think of the HTG Podcast? Leave your feedback wherever you download this. Read the blog. Listen to the podcast. Educate yourself. Rock on Celiacs! Subscribe to the podcast using iTunes (or whatever media player you use) at http://holdthegluten.libsyn.com/rss Click the player below to listen to the show now! http://traffic.libsyn.com/holdthegluten/077_HoldTheGluten-03Jan2013.mp3 And here is the direct download Tags:Travel share on: FacebookTwitterPinterest Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articlePodcast Episode 76: Surviving the Gluten-Free Holiday Frenzynext articlePodcast Episode 78: Pack Your Bags! Easy Gluten-Free Travel MaureenMaureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world. 2 Comments Howdy Gals! I’ve been a celiac for the last 14 years, though the problem was just diagnosed four years ago. I discovered your podcast a couple months ago and have really been enjoying it. I wanted to comment on the questions regarding gluten-free international travel. I had an opportunity to visit the Philippines this year (an AWESOME trip) and discovered that there can be a pretty steep learning curve when it comes to eating overseas. While most of the food there should have been appropriate (being rice-based), there seemed to be only limited understanding regarding the need for the gluten-free foods to be prepared separately from regular meals. The result was that I ended up getting cross-contaminated and fought the flu-like symptoms for half of the trip. I DID, however, manage to bring some food with me both directions. As long as the product was packaged in small (less than 3 oz.) containers in my carry-on or stored in my checked bag, I had no difficulties. The real hero in this regard was a product called “Go Picnic”. I discovered these meals in the Denver airport during a previous expedition and found them to be quite filling. My family purchased several boxes rather inexpensively on Amazon.com and I was able to feast on them for much of the trip. In the end, I made the decision to travel with all of my food in the future. This way, I can be certain that I have appropriate meals for the entire trip. Thanks again! I really enjoy listening to you ladies. Keep up the good work! Reply Hi! I don’t live near Boston, but my sister does and I’ll be visiting her in March. I will try to find the gluten free Duncan Donuts and try them out and report back! Reply Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.