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Gluten-free guide to Italy

We have previously reviewed Dr Roglieri’s first eating out and travel guide (to New York City) but now she has ventured further afield – to Italy. Dr Roglieri is professor of Italian at St Thomas Aquinas College, author of a book on Dante and music and an active member of the American coeliac community.

Her new Gluten-Free Guide to Italy offers detailed information about where to find gluten-free food (and how to ask for it) in hotels and B&Bs, restaurants, pizzerias, bakeries, ice cream stores, food markets, pharmacies and service areas for GF food on the go.

The book includes a coeliac self-identification statement, questions for the chef, a list of safe and unsafe ingredients, and a dictionary of key food words and phrases translated into Italian from English, German, Spanish, and French.

The book costs $24.95 (around £12.50) plus shipping/handling from


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