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Old 06-16-2014, 03:33 PM   #1
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Dumb Question? Food & Wine Gluten Free List?

Hi all! We'll be at WDW during F&W this year. But I have food allergies so I'm kind of not looking forward to it as I'm not sure that I'll be able to eat anything. Does anyone know if they publish a list of allergen info for the foods available that I can get before we go? TIA!
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We went during flower and garden when they had some food kiosks and they had a few gluten free options. I've found some past lists for f&w that showed some gf choices too. I've gotten some past info from disney food blog and gluten free dairy free wdw. Gfdfwdw had a lot of great info before we went to the flower and garden festival this year.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:38 PM   #3
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We went during flower and garden when they had some food kiosks and they had a few gluten free options. I've found some past lists for f&w that showed some gf choices too. I've gotten some past info from disney food blog and gluten free dairy free wdw. Gfdfwdw had a lot of great info before we went to the flower and garden festival this year.
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I was nervous because while they did provide a list in past years, they didn't really stand behind it. It was an "eat at your own risk". I tried a few things that sounded good and seemed very likely to truly be gluten free, and I loved them and had such fun! AND I didn't get sick I was hesitant to let my daughter with Celiac eat at WS, though. I had her stick to the tried and true options.
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