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  1. Hi! I have been a celiac for 36 years and while I have no issues with understanding what I can eat off the menu and ordering the evening prior this is my first cruise back on RCL after about 20 years of sailing HAL. The last time I cruised RCL they provided cornbread for dinner made on board in the bakery which was subject to cross contamination. No other gf food such as pasta, muffins, bagels, cookies etc were provided. I really have been spoiled on HAL with their gf service for those who register as Celiacs as they will do pancakes, waffles, all kinds of adapted food like chicken fingers, deep fried fish and chips etc in their gf kitchen plus the other items mentioned above during meal service. My question is this - am I only going to have bread available on our Rhapsody cruise out of Venice on Nov 25th, 2018 or does RCL provide food services now similar to what HAL does in matching similar types of food items in the MDR? I generally do not eat at the buffet due to cross contamination issues and the fact that the allergen kitchen on ships serves the MDR predominantly and the food travelling up to the buffet can get cold and delayed. Many thanks for any feedback that people can provide as to the types of gf products like breakfast items found on RCL.
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