I got sick and tired of constantly asking Viennese waiters, “Is this gluten-free?” So I put together this gourmet’s guide to worry-free, gluten-free Vienna Schnitzel, dumplings, and vitrines teaming with tempting pastries are omnipresent in Vienna; however, it can be hard to enjoy the local cuisine when one suffers from a food allergy, sensitivity or […]
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Julia hails from sunny California, USA. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Music, she moved to Vienna with the dream of experiencing life in a foreign country. It may have started out as a experimental adventure, but slowly Vienna has become her home. Julia is now pursuing her Masters degree in International Relations. She is passionate about equality, good food, and public transportation.