Aglutenados is a free gluten-free magazine distributed in doctor’s offices, health food stores, and some restaurants throughout Argentina. In August, I had the privilege of going to lunch with Carolina Rocha, a founder and editor of this magazine. Carolina (also a Celiac) and I chatted over a gluten-free meal at Heartland Brewery Midtown West about being gluten-free in our countries, challenges when dining abroad, and differences in ingredients across the globe. It was very interesting to learn about Carolina’s magazine and being gluten-free in Argentina.
Aglutenados is a wonderful Spanish-language resource for those living and traveling to Argentina. There are listings for doctors, gluten-free friendly restaurants, and many gluten-free lifestyles both in print and on the website.
Here is my article about Carolina’s trip to New York City and her interview with me. I am very excited about my first international magazine article and Spanish-language interview!
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