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Gluten-free McDonalds in Norway!



In a little over one week, college life starts back up again. It's crazy to think that instead of hiking up a mountain and sipping a cup of tea with a good book, I'll be scurrying from class to class without any time to sit down and relax. But it also brings a sense of excitement, as all of my college friends will finally be back!

In the mean time, I haven't done very much cooking while in Norway, but I have done a lot of adventuring and hiking, which has made my appetite immensely larger. I've been able to enjoy everything from fresh fish to the delicious Norwegian chocolate, and have enjoyed many cups of tea! One of the ~fine cuisines~ I was excited to eat was actually the gluten-free bun at McDonalds.


Being gluten-free in the US means that I can't go to McDonalds and have an unhealthy meal, which is probably for the better. But that doesn't mean I don't want to have that experience! That's why I was smiling ear to ear as I ordered my gluten-free hamburger with a side of fries.


So the next time you're in Norway and are craving a bite of junk food, you can get your gluten-free hamburger at McDonalds. But beware, it'll be a bit more expensive than it is in the US.

Enjoy!

-Sema


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