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UK 100% gluten free – South West England

UK 100% gluten free – South West England

Welcome to this series of posts aiming to capture all the 100% gluten free venues in the UK.  This post covers gluten free in Devon and Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset, Avon & Gloucestershire. For other regions of the UK, including London, please see the UK 100% gluten free page.  Please subscribe (see box to your right), or connect via […]

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Paris gluten free

Paris gluten free

By on May 17, 2019 in Europe reviews, Paris with 3 Comments

As a young Melbourne school girl studying French, I always dreamed of going to Paris and indulging in an authentic pain au chocolate and my all time favourite food, crêpes :-). Fast forward many years and I have been lucky enough to visit Paris quite a few times, but my coeliac disease diagnosis has made […]

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Thermomix Salmon Salad

Thermomix Salmon Salad

By on December 11, 2018 in Coeliac Life with 0 Comments

Using my Thermomix, I have made the delicious Salmon, quinoa, feta and mixed vegetable salad several times.  It can be served immediately or prepared in advance and served cold. It is naturally gluten free but do check quinoa and other packaged items for ‘may contain wheat/gluten’ statements due to shared processing equipment. It serves six as […]

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Ciao Mamma – gluten free pasta in Brunswick

Ciao Mamma – gluten free pasta in Brunswick

By on November 18, 2018 in Melbourne with 0 Comments

Gluten free Italian in Brunswick Ciao Mamma is a Coeliac Australia accredited modern and casual Italian eatery, just off Sydney Road in Brunswick (4 km north of Melbourne CBD). The menu is one page, with a choice of starters, pastas (you choose your pasta type and then the sauce to go with it), some sides […]

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Nutie gluten free donuts and brunch in Sydney

Nutie gluten free donuts and brunch in Sydney

Nutie donuts is a revelation for a coeliac as the entire store is gluten free.  From reading background on the store, the owner wanted to make treats that her coeliac friends could eat as she could see them missing out.  We all need friends like this! This review is of the Balmain store, but another shop […]

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Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

Cafe Henkel – 100% gluten free Brunswick

100% GF cafe – gluten free Brunswick Brunswick is an inner suburb of Melbourne, just 4km from the centre of Melbourne.   Here you will find 100% gluten free Cafe Henkel, a bit off the beaten track in a semi-industrial area.  It is a rather surprising area for a cafe, but for coeliacs, we don’t […]

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Beehive Hotel – Hawthorn gluten free

Beehive Hotel – Hawthorn gluten free

The Beehive Hotel is a rare thing for Australian pubs – a pub without a room full of pokies!  The Beehive has some character and another big tick is that their menu is largely gluten free (excluding pizzas, although GF bases available) which makes them a Hawthorn gluten free gem.        A primarily […]

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Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

Mediterraneo, Albert Park – fantastic gluten free menu

Mediterraneo in Albert Park has been operating since 2002 but has come to the attention of a new market – coeliacs and gluten free diners – as they recently became the first restaurant to gain gluten free accreditation from Coeliac Australia.   You can see the Channel 9 report on the gluten free launch here. Mediterraneo has […]

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Fish on the Edge – gluten free Burnie, Tasmania

Fish on the Edge – gluten free Burnie, Tasmania

Fish on the Edge is a licensed seafood cafe and is a fantastic option for gluten free in Burnie, northern Tasmania.  It is in a little area called Wivenhoe, which is just a few minutes drive from central Burnie.  If  you are driving from Devonport to Burnie and take the coast road, you will drive straight […]

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Rome gluten free – Buon appetito!

Rome gluten free – Buon appetito!

Are you looking forward to your trip to Rome, but worried about how you will eat gluten free?  Even though it is the home of pizza and pasta, Italy is surprisingly gluten free friendly. As a coeliac in Rome you will not miss out on any traditional Italian food if you know where to look. […]

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