Just wanted to pass on this article I found in the Globe and Mail by Karan Smith on traveling gluten-free. Here goes:
Salade niçoise. Steak frites. Pistachio macaroons. There are delicious things you can eat in France, you just have to do your homework and ask a lot of questions, says Janet Dalziel, president of the Canadian Celiac Association.
Sure, you may not be able to devour the classic croque monsieur, says Dalziel, who visited Paris last year, “But look carefully and you may be able to find the traditional crêpes from Normandy that are made with pure buckwheat flour or the socca from the south of France, which is a soft, pizza-like dish made from chickpea flour.” Continue reading