It's pizza time! 🍕 Ora avrei proprio voglia di una buona pizza... come quella di Mastino ad Amsterdam, a mio parere la miglior pizza della Venezia del Nord Europa che è pure vegan e (ovviamente) gluten free! Trovate tutte le info in un post dedicato sul blog 😊 #notoastforbreakfast#glutenfree
Una delle mie pause pranzo preferite? 🍽
Sicuramente quella da Pappa Reale a Cesena!
Pane #glutenfree 🍞, bacon croccante 🥓, pollo alla griglia 🍖 e avocado 🥑 , con patate e verdure al forno 😋
Epic food from my mum tonight...fruity chicken curry served with brown rice and peas and sweet pickled veggies, and a gluten free apple and bramble sponge pudding. All nightshade and gluten free and super tasty! 🍛🍗🍚🍏🍇😊😋👌
Thank you @newburnbakehouse for saving me from years of Warburtons crumpet withdrawal despair! It has been ages since I've been able to chomp down on one of those big trusty old fluffy beasts and these gluten free creations are practically indistinguishable from the original glutenous masters! I don't know how the hell you did it! I bow down to you and your masterful sorcery! ☇🎩🐇👑😋👌💃😀
These @bfreefoods Stone Baked Pitta Breads from @tescofood are the bizniz! Low fat, dairy free, wheat free, egg free, soy free and nut free and they taste damn near the real thing! So happy to have discovered them over the weekend! They're excellent for a light lunch or as a snack and I'm looking forward to trying them with chicken and veg or lamb kebabs! I've just had mine with a bit of dairy free olive oil spread, roast ham, fresh spinach leaves and my homemade autoimmune friendly BBQ sauce. Yummy! 😋🌯🍞😀
Being in a foreign country when you don’t speak the language and having a food intolerance is always difficult. When traveling, eating out for every meal is just how it goes, unless you book an Airbnb and visit a local amazing market of course. So if you are like me, traveling and food is what we live for but can occasionally strike a bit of anxiety & allow the high maintenance vibe to hinder. Can even turn into frustration when they start asking if eggs, soy, milk, cheese is ok..YES YES just gluten only! Then what comes out is a some breaded concoction in a wrap. This has happened to me before…..😑However, I found it quite easy, some places even had an allergen menu. Having to prepare for these situations is kind of annoying but necessary. Here is how I go about ensuring a GF life isn’t an inconvenience while traveling:
1. #singluten Learn the local lingo:
For spanish here is what you would say: “Tengo una alergia al gluten” or “No puedo comer gluten.” Key words: bread: el pan; wheat: el trigo; and flour: la harina
2. Do some research for the local traditional dishes, the best restaurants, because we only want the best of the best when it comes to food.
TBH this time around, I kind of winged it & got lucky. Most spanish tortillas, paella, wine & cava is GF naturally so I was a happy girl 😘🥂🍷Cellar Sa Presma was by far my favorite for food & a good atmosphere.
Outside of food, my favorites were:
Beach Club: @purobeachpalma
Bars: stopping in the bars and clubs in El Terreno and boardwalk bars nearby the Parc de la Mar.
The cathedral is a must, it is no Barcelona architecture but still beautiful and the city center is nice to explore and go shopping! 🎀
Venturing out to Magaluf and Illetes was a bit quieter with a beach town vibe.
Enjoy, #Palma 😘