Dublin; gluten free heaven

My mom and I are two peas in a pod; we just have to look at each other to know what the other is thinking. Recently, we thought it was time for some mother-daughter bonding time and decided to go away for a weekend. After some googling we decided to go to Dublin, Ireland seems …

New York baby!

.... The destination was already known for quite a while: New York baby! Since I got the diagnosis gluten free I had not been to New York and I do remember picking up yummy things for my sister once so I had high expectations.....

Vacation – Czech republic

The expectations for the Czech republic were not very high but I must say I am not disappointed.....From the three countries we visited the Czech republic is definitely the one where it’s good to always have back-up food, but if there is a glutenfree option then it most likely is going to taste really good!

Vacation – Austria

Austria is definitely a good place to go when having to eat glutenfree. Everywhere we ate there was allergen information readily available and everyone knew what glutenfree meant. Definitely Vienna is a true glutenfree heaven, if the bakeries are open of course 😉 Naturally all the places we visited were reviewed and are on the glutenfree map.

Groningen = gluten free

During the next seven months I am an intern at the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). I will be working with gut microbiota in combination with nutrition at the medical microbiology department, and (nerd alert) I am psyched ! Public transport from home to Groningen takes 3 hours so I have decided to rent a room there, which means have to miss the boyfriend a couple of days in the week. Finding a room was more challenging than expected I found one just before Christmas and thus my mom and I were in Groningen last week to get the key. image3