I used my Nima gluten sensor while eating out at restaurants in the Big Island of Hawaii! I used it at Denny’s and I wanted to show you exactly how it went. Hawaii was so beautiful and one of the most amazing places that I have ever been.
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Gluten Free in Kona
Eating out in Kona was not a problem. As I mentioned, I went to Denny’s and it was successful. The best part about Denny’s is that you can have breakfast, lunch and dinner in Kona. Trying to make my life easier by using Nima to test food for gluten as I travel for the whole year of 2018. I am an early adopter so this product can get better and cheaper so everyone can use it. Think of it like a tool in your tool box.
Testing food for Gluten
I hope that the Nima Gluten Sensor can become even more affordable so everyone that needs one can afford it. My hope is that other people can gain a bit of independence and venture out into this huge world of ours. Having celiac can seem a big barrier to travel, but I want to share with others that it doesn’t have to be.
Want to see my top 3 tips when using the Nima Gluten Sensor? Click the link to see my mistakes so you do not do the same thing.
I always suggest asking the restaurant all of the due diligence questions prior to eating anywhere as well. It is another tool in our toolkit. For a list of questions to make sure the food is gluten free click the link.
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Be Apart of my Tribe!
How has your experience been at Denny’s? Send me a comment below or an email at GlutenFreeTraveller.
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Cheers, Brett Duncan – The Ultimate Gluten Free Traveller