Living and travelling gluten free in the UK, Australia & around the world!

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Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page.

Sunnybrook Health Store – gluten free products in Ormond

Sunnybrook Health Store – gluten free products in Ormond

Sunnybrook Health Store is a fantastic mini supermarket / health food store specialising in products for special dietary requirements. They have a huge gluten free range, as well as low FODMAP, dairy free, onion free, nut free, vegan and more! They are located on North Road, Ormond, a south eastern suburb in Melbourne that is […]

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Gluten Free Bakery, Queensland

Gluten Free Bakery, Queensland

The Gluten Free Bakery in Queensland is a family run gluten free bakery providing many delicious sweet and savoury bakery items. Their products are stocked all around Australia in many IGA and Foodworks supermarkets as well as health food stores – a full list is on their website (link below). You can also pop into […]

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Gluten free bakeries in Melbourne and online ordering

Gluten free bakeries in Melbourne and online ordering

As food gets swept off the shelves at supermarkets, this is the perfect time to support the small businesses that provide gluten free products. This post is focused on gluten free bakeries in Melbourne (or deliver to Melbourne) as well as other stores around Victoria that sell products – either in store or via online […]

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Chevapi Grill, South Melbourne gluten free

Chevapi Grill, South Melbourne gluten free

By on March 11, 2020 in Melbourne with 0 Comments

South Melbourne gluten free This casual eatery in Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, is Coeliac Australia accredited and owned by another local accredited restaurant, Mediterraneo. It is a Balkan grill, which means there are a variety of meats and sausages (with or without a bread roll), fermented foods, traditional dishes like goulash, as well as salads […]

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Entertainment membership discounts – worth it if you are gluten free?

Entertainment membership discounts – worth it if you are gluten free?

By on February 29, 2020 in Coeliac Life, Melbourne with 0 Comments

Entertainment membership is a charity fundraiser that offers discounts on restaurants, travel and shopping in your city. The charity gets 20% of every sale and you can select Coeliac Australia to receive this. If you have been around for a while, you will remember the heavy Entertainment Book which was full of vouchers but now it is […]

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Harry’s fish and chips, Blackburn South

Harry’s fish and chips, Blackburn South

Gluten free fish and chips in Blackburn South, Melbourne Harry’s Fish & Chips is in a tiny strip of shops on Middleborough Road (corner Eley Road), Blackburn South and has a fantastic gluten free menu. The main menu is on the wall but you will find the gluten free menu on the counter – nearly […]

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Primo Pizza – gluten free in Northcote

Primo Pizza – gluten free in Northcote

By on February 16, 2020 in Melbourne, Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

Primo Pizza have been accredited by Coeliac Australia, so you can now have gluten free pizza in Northcote, seven evenings a week. They are virtually opposite the Westgarth Palace Cinema, so an ideal place for a meal before or after a movie. We went on a Saturday night and it was fully booked, so bookings are […]

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Yorica! Allergy friendly desserts in London

Yorica! Allergy friendly desserts in London

Yorica is a boon for more than just gluten free, they are free from the 14 major allergens! This creates a safe environment for those with dietary issues to enjoy their delicious ice creams, soft serves, frozen yoghurt, shakes, crepes and waffles and makes them one of the top places to get gluten free desserts […]

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Melbourne’s gluten free donut explosion!

Melbourne’s gluten free donut explosion!

When I was first diagnosed with coeliac disease, doughnuts / donuts became a distant memory. Now we have sooo many options  for gluten free donuts in Melbourne with freshly cooked donuts available at markets, donut shops that are open 24/7 and several gluten free bakeries around town producing cinnamon, jam and iced donuts. This post […]

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2019’s most popular posts

2019’s most popular posts

By on December 31, 2019 in Coeliac Life with 0 Comments

As 2019 has drawn to a close, it is interesting to see what people have most enjoyed on the blog over the year. I am in a unique position of blogging about both Australia and the UK, so there is a mixed bag from both countries! No. 1 – Melbourne 100% gluten free Nearly 9,000 views […]

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