Sunday, June 27, 2010

Traveling with food allergies

Traveling through small towns often means you're hundreds of miles away from a big health food grocery store. Most "regular" grocery store chains carry little-to-no food choices for the food-allergy bunch. Many of us bring large quantities of food with us when we travel.

If you're traveling through Western Kentucky, particularly on I-24 and Paducah, there's a little health food store worth marking on the map should you find yourself traveling and in need of a loaf of GFCF bread or a GFCF "ice cream" treat or some other item.

I think someone should publish a book of stores that sell food items for the food allergy community. In the meantime, when I find something worth sharing, I'll put it here, on my blog. If you find something worth sharing, send it to me, and I'll host your tip as a guest entry on my blog.

Here's entry #1:

Heath Health Food Store is a little gem that is close to the interstate. They had three flavors of "ice cream" made from coconut milk by So Delicious and Udi's GFCF bread, among other items when I was there in June.

1 comment:

Prince Andrew and the Queen Mum said...

there is a gf store book. not gfcf..

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