If I could persuade my family, we would be bringing all our belongings up to the pacific northwest. I first fell in love with Portland, but then Seattle took the cake (gluten free of course). Oregon and Washington offer so many dedicated gluten free facilities that are not only juiceries and bakeries, but also restaurants.
Dedicated facilities are so helpful for those of us with celiac disease, and they provide a wide array of options for my friends, so they don’t feel limited either. (Side Note: Friends you are awesome when we eat at the same places all the time.) Now, there are two videos about these awesome places, featuring only dedicated gluten free facilities. I include tons of videos not only of the food, but also of the establishment, so you’ll get a feel for the place as well. While I’m on the road, I find these videos the best way to portray my journey. So, without further ado, I present…
Gluten Free in Portland
Portland is home to my favorite restaurant for non-pub food!
Gluten Free in Washington
If you’re only going to watch one episode EVER, check this one out. You won’t be disappointed.
My Travel Map!
Want to see where I’ve been, and links to the review?! Check out my travel map available below and on my blog!
Well, that’s about it from here. I’ve officially been chilling in my car for nineteen days now, and my road trip is nearing its end. We’re actually in the midwest, and for LIVE updates you can follow on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. (I’m the best at Instagram as a heads up). Finally, you can always subscribe to my YouTube channel to know when new episodes come out.
In the meanwhile, I’m ready to finish my drive home this weekend! I hope all of my Fiesta Friday friends have some exciting plans as well, and I can’t wait to see what y’all brought to the party. Hopefully, some yummy treats!