Eating Gluten-Free Crêpes In France
If you eat gluten-free, you’re well aware of the dining challenges when traveling. A good restaurant option to remember in France is the traditional crêperie. In France, savory crêpes (also called “galettes”) are typically made of buckwheat flour (called sarrasin in French), which is naturally gluten-free. A savory crêpe along with a chilled cider (served here Breton-style in a large ceramic cup) makes the perfect gluten-free lunch!