On the other side, lodging in Oregon can be a challenge for some people with particular eating requirements, but chances are good you can find a willing bed and breakfast in Oregon that'll meet your needs.
Here's a breakfast challenge for you:
Imagine you have eight individuals coming to your breakfast table tomorrow and you want to serve them a healthy breakfast that you know they'll enjoy. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
Here's what an Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member faced recently as she was preparing for a Sunday breakfast.
1 = Vegetarian - not clear if they eat fish or eggs
2 = No red meat or pork
1 = No gluten
1 = No wheat
1 = No dairy
1 = No mixing grains with fruit. (For example, a pancake but no fruit or juice with it.)
No veggies. No eggs. We finally agreed perhaps he should eat his cereal he brought with as the home made buttermilk biscuits I am making might not be to his liking and he would never have a fruit jam on them.
1 = No peppers, mild, hot or otherwise.
Oh, BTW they all want to sample my cooking! Gads.
Who says our B&Bs are not accommodating?
What do you think was served that day?