• Sema Dibooglu

Gluten-free and Visiting People for the Holidays

Hello everyone! It's been a crazy month, and I am happy to report that I'm back with some wonderful holiday recipes as well as great tips to get you through the holidays. This is my favorite time of year, with cozy vibes and chilly weather, prefect to snuggle up with a cup of tea and a fuzzy blanket. Holidays can be a bit nerve-wracking if you were just diagnosed or the people you are visiting are a little nervous about your diet. But it's so easy these days! With all the recipes out there and the resources for them to learn, visiting over the holidays is a breeze.

I created this flyer that you can print out and give to the people you are staying with, as it goes over a few tips and tricks that will ensure that 1. you don't get cross contaminated and 2. they don't get nervous about serving you food.

When you are visiting people, the first thing you want to remind them is how many recipes you can eat. I know this sounds like common sense, but a lot of the time people get nervous because they think they won't be able to serve you anything. The biggest worry for a lot of people is the cross contamination, but with these quick steps, you can ensure that you have a safe and delicious time!



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This blog is written to provide positive, practical, educational and insightful information on the gluten-free diet. Always read the labels of any foods that are suggested in my blog since labels may change over time. I am a college student, so the foods I plan on sharing will most of the time be quick meal fixes that any college student, or busy household easily can cook. © 2013 to current date. All Rights Reserved to Sema Dibooglu. Excerpts and links may be shared provided that full and clear credit is given to Sema Dibooglu, author of Eat Without Gluten together with a link to the original blog post. External links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. The author of this blog bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.