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HVP - June 2014

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14 Hudson Valley Parent n June 2014 money on hotels, and makes eating easier. When we stay in motels, we find ones that include breakfast. I bring my own bread and a toaster bag, which keeps my bread uncon- taminated in a public toaster, and use individually wrapped cream cheese or butter. Airplane Most airlines no longer feed you, except on long trips, in which case you may or may not be able to order a gluten-free meal. I carry an enor- mous canvas bag labeled "Gluten Free Goodies" that fits under the seat in front of me. I lay out my lunch from a meal-in-a-box company called GLUTEN FREE (Continued from Page 12) GoPicnic. Before leaving home, goo- gle gluten-free dining options in your destination city. Hotel dining rooms can usually accommodate gluten free and are the easiest solution in a strange city. Your gluten-free travel toolkit Plug-in travel cooler: Look for one that can plug into a wall out- let as well as a cigarette lighter so you can use it in the car and in motels. Smartphone apps: Download "Find Me Gluten Free" and "Gluten Free Near Me" to find gluten-free restaurants in your travel area. NoStik Toast It Reusable Toast- er Bags (available at Amazon. com) GoPicnic Ready-to-Eat Meals (available at Gluten-Free dining cards. Avail- able in 10 languages and tailored to specific cuisines (available at Zachary Foley, 2, and his sister Abby, 6, from Middletown, enjoy a gluten-free birthday cake while visiting their grandmother Constanza Rodriquez in Barinas, Venezuela.

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