• Gluten-free in Maastricht, the Netherlands

    February 2, 2022Gluten-free Kitchen

    Last updated: January 2022 Gluten-free in Maastricht? Yes, you’ll find good GF options in this city! This university city on the southern tip of the Netherlands is definately wort a visit. Maastricht is great for anyone who loves shopping and going out but also for diving into the history of the city. Maastricht is the…

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  • Where to eat and drink in Duiven, the Netherlands

    October 1, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Restaurants McDonald’s In over 150 McDonald’s in the Netherlands you can find a gluten-free Hamburger, Cheeseburger or Quarter Pounder. The gluten-free bread bun was developed in collaboration with the Dutch Celiac Association (NCV). The gluten-free burgers contain less than 5 ppm (0.0005% gluten), far below the gluten-free standard of 20 ppm and less. Besides, the…

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  • Where to eat and drink in Enkhuizen, the Netherlands

    August 7, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Enkhuizen is a city in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. It is located on the Ijsselmeer. Enkhuizen, like Hoorn and Amsterdam, was one of the harbor-towns of the VOC, from where overseas trade with the East Indies was conducted. Enkhuizen has one of the largest marinas in the Netherlands. Besides, the Zuiderzeemuseum…

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  • Where to eat and drink in Hoorn, the Netherlands

    August 6, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Hoorn is a town in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. It is located on the Markermeer. Hoorn has a magnificent horn-shaped harbour, for which it’s named. Make sure to take a stroll through Hoorn’s streets lined by 16th-century buildings. The scenic harbour has many stately gabled houses, especially along Veermanskade. Also make sure…

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  • Where to eat and drink in Lelystad, the Netherlands

    August 2, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Lelystad is a city in the centre of the Netherlands, and it is the capital of the province of Flevoland. It is located at the Markermeer and IJsselmeer and the nature park of Oostvaardersplassen. Lelystad is built on the seabed of the former Zuiderzee. Lelystad’s main attractions are the Batavialand museum and the Luchtvaart Themapark…

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  • Gluten-free in Gouda, the Netherlands

    January 18, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Gouda is a city that is famous for its cheese and is located in the western region of the Netherlands. Aside from the cheese, Gouda also boasts a range of stunning buildings such as the City Hall and the Church of St. John. From Gouda it’s only a 10 minute drive to Haastecht, where you’ll…

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  • Gluten-free in Vijlen, Vaals and the Three-Border-Region, the Netherlands

    January 18, 2020Gluten-free Kitchen

    Vijlen is the mountain village of the Netherlands. The village is located in the South-East part of the Dutch province of Limburg. Vijlen is part of the municipality of Vaals. Vijlen is the highest situated town in the Netherlands located on top of the Vijlenerberg (Vijlener hill). The neo-gothic and Catholic St. Martinus church, which…

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  • Gluten-free in Breda, the Netherlands

    October 21, 2019Gluten-free Kitchen

    Last updated: June 2021 Gluten-free in Breda? Yes, you’ll find great GF options in this city! There are over a hundred bars and restaurants (several of which serve traditional Dutch specialities), so this city is definitely worth a visit. Breda is located in the South of the Netherlands and is the 9th largest city in…

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  • Where to eat and drink in Haastrecht, the Netherlands

    August 21, 2019Gluten-free Kitchen

    Haastrecht is a small town on the Hollandse IJssel river in the province of South Holland. It lies about 5 km east of Gouda. There is not much to see around Haastrecht but you could bring a visit to the Paulina Bisdom van Vliet Museum. Which is a jewel among the Dutch house museums. The…

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