Toronto Local Guide: Amanda Orlando

Spend 5 perfect days in Toronto through the eyes of a local: Amanda Orlando, founder of the food allergy wellness event Free To Be Me, food allergy blogger, and cookbook author! Not only is Canada’s largest city a safe haven for food allergies, it’s also a perfect place to visit with a vibrant art scene including legal graffiti, over 1,500 parks, and an eclectic vibe, providing both an urban and a small town feel. It’s also surprisingly close to the States—only a 1 hour flight from JFK.

Amanda’s done all the planning for you, sharing the best safe eats for peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, and legume allergies and her best picks to visit. See her guide and tune in as she takes over the Spokin Instagram on Thursday, March 2, to hear why she loves Toronto! Find Amanda on Spokin @amandaorlando to see her 53 reviews in Toronto.


Greece Wheat-Free Travel Itinerary

Hi! My name is Alex Adams and I’m an adventurous foodie living in Miami Beach, Florida. I discovered I have a wheat allergy in 2019 and have been gluten-free ever since. While a bit more challenging sometimes, I love to travel, experience different cuisines, and find restaurant gems near and far. Last summer, I went on an 8-day trip to Greece and got engaged! We had so many wonderful meals of fresh fish, delicious cheeses, plenty of Greek salad and great cocktails. Santorini was the perfect island for a romantic getaway where we could wine and dine at spots like Venetsanos Winery with a multi-course, gluten-free wine pairing lunch, and we finished the trip celebrating at beautiful beach clubs in Mykonos. Follow me on the Spokin app to see all of my restaurant and travel reviews and on Instagram for more fun gluten-free eats at @passthetreats.  
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