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Need to track down some organic, herbal stuff in Venice

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Just my luck that two weeks out before we leave for Italy and Slovenia, I've been struck down with gastritis. All of a sudden, I can't drink coffee, tea, beer, wine or eat bread, berries, oranges, pasta, tomato sauce. Milk and soft cheese do me in, but LUCKILY, I seem to be able to tolerate hard cheeses.

Oh well, I have found things I can eat. I just have to deal with it over there. I can bring all these herbal supplements that are sustaining me through this process, so I'm good there. But I can't lug all the food that's helped me through this, and I'm hoping to find some of them--or an equivalent-- in Venice. I've been able to find one or two listings for "bio" stores in Venice, so that's good,

So here is my "must" list for survival:
Yogi Ginger Tea or equivalent (I'm bringing a starter set since this is my lifeline)
Unsweetened Rice Drink (with or without vanilla)
Unsweetened Almond Milk (with or without vanilla)
Raw Almonds

I'm hoping that I can find red apples and papaya in markets.

Thanks!!! AZ

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