Category Archives: Breakfast at Fisherman’s Wharf

6 Great Gluten Free Breakfasts You Have to Try

From banana bread to frittatas, there are so many delicious gluten free breakfast options available. Even if you are not on a gluten free diet, you will love these!
  1. Gluten free buckwheat waffles – Waffles are a great breakfast option. Now, those who are on a gluten free diet can enjoy them too! These are so fluffy and delicious! See the recipe here.
  2. Fruit parfait – Serve it as breakfast of dessert. A fruit parfait is so simple and quick you can serve them anytime. We love that you can substitute any fruits you want and this recipe...
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10 Things to Do In a Day In San Francisco

There is so much for visitors to do in San Francisco’s 6 square miles so doing 10 great things in a day is a cinch for most people. Here is an itinerary that will guide the first-timer to the must-see places in San Francisco. 1. Eat Breakfast at Fisherman’s Wharf Breakfast at Fisherman's WharfHave a great breakfast at Fisherman's Wharf, before the tourists arrive. Get up early and head down to Fisherman's Wharf and check out the sea lions that hang out at Pier 39. Afterward, walk off all that deliciousness and head down...
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Gluten Free Restaurants in San Francisco

If there is something special you want to celebrate? A good way of doing so would be taking your loved ones to enjoy a fine meal out.  San Francisco is truly a paradise for people who enjoy fine dining. In its 47 square miles, the city has 3,300 restaurants. That is more than 70 restaurants per square mile. Couple that with the delicious choices throughout the greater bay area and a person could spend more than two decades trying a new restaurant every day. If someone in your part is gluten intolerant, then a gluten free restaurant is the best choice...
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Gluten Free Diet – What Not to Eat

Gluten free diet: What's allowed, what's not

A gluten free diet is used to treat celiac disease. A gluten free diet excludes the protein gluten, which can be found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye and triticale (a cross between wheat and rye). For people with celiac disease, gluten causes inflammation in the small intestines. Eating a gluten-free diet helps people with celiac disease control their signs and symptoms and prevent complications. The hardest part of the gluten free diet is probably when you realize that wheat is in almost every processed food imaginable. Here is a list of foods to avoid...
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