Who: Gluten-Free Globetrotter on Facebook
When: Wednesday, May 2, 2018; 4pm PT/7pm ET
Where: Your computer!
One week from today I am going LIVE! I often get emails and direct messages that ask me how I travel the world with celiac disease, what to pack, and what to eat in specific cities. I thought a Facebook live event would be a great way to share some of your most commonly asked questions and let you interact with one another in the comments section.
I have some exciting new things to share during the Facebook live event and everyone who attends will be entered to win a giveaway of exciting gluten-free prizes. You won’t want to miss it.
Do you have any specific topics you want me to discuss in this Facebook live? Either email me or leave a comment below.
To attend this Facebook live event, all you need is Internet access. Simply click this link to RSVP or just join us on the day of the event!
4 thoughts on “Save the Date: Gluten-Free Globetrotter Facebook Live Event”
Hi Erin. I’ve RSVPD to this event. Looking forward to it. I’m a retired travel consultant so love to travel. I was diagnosed with CD 7 years ago,( after I retired). I find traveling in Canada extremely easy (I’m Canadian…maybe that makes a difference)and the USA is pretty good too. I didn’t have too much trouble in Europe. My boyfriend wants to go to Africa and do some Safaris. I think it’s the uk own for me here that concerns me. Any tips and tricks you can provide would be appreciated. I always travel with snacks,etc. Is there anything that I cannot bring into Africa hope you javelin a chance to explore that a bit. Thank you. Louise Landry
Ohhh, I would LOVE to go on a Safari. There are definitely restrictions of foods that you can bring into foreign countries. I will add this to the agenda!
Hi Erin – My question is, what kind of investigation do you do before you’ll eat at a restaurant? Do you ever actually go in to the kitchens and talk to the managers? Ask about ingredient sourcing? I am SO sensitive (in terms of my antibody levels still being high after a strict almost two years of being GF). “Strict” meaning being on the Fasano diet for a lot of it, removing grains, corn, beans, and more for a long time for risk of cc, only eating Certified, never eating at anyone’s house, replacing my whole kitchen practically, only four celiac approved restaurant visits in 2 years ….needless to say I am so nervous to eat out on travel, but want to be able to for my sanity! Thanks!
Great question, Robin! I do a lot of research and crowd sourcing of information before I travel. I will definitely address some of the steps I take before dining out both in the US and abroad. I hope you can join in the live event!