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Nutie gluten free donuts in Balmain, Sydney

Nutie gluten free donuts in Balmain, 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! Balmain is a cinch to get to as it is […]

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Qantas gluten free meals – domestic flights

Qantas gluten free meals – domestic flights

By on October 1, 2017 in Transport Hubs with 0 Comments

Travelling with coeliac disease can present extra challenges, but Qantas have always provided me something gluten free on a domestic flight, even if it is just an apple or a cookie for a short trip. You make your special meal request under ‘manage your booking’ – please see the notes at the bottom of the […]

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Evie’s Cafe – Gippsland gluten free (VIC)

Evie’s Cafe – Gippsland gluten free (VIC)

Evie’s Cafe in Trafalgar, Gippsland is a great stop off if you are a coeliac, but also for those with other dietary requirements.  It is 100% gluten free and caters for vegetarian, dairy free, low FODMAP and more! If you are not familiar with Victoria, Trafalgar is in West Gippsland, 120km east of Melbourne.  It […]

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Gluten free travelling – emergency food supplies from Oz

Gluten free travelling – emergency food supplies from Oz

As anyone with a special diet knows, travelling presents extra challenges, so I always have a stash of gluten free food in my hand luggage.  As I learned in Girl Guides – always ‘be prepared’! I am a regular traveller between the UK and Australia and this is a sample of food I take on […]

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Gluten free travel – my emergency food supplies

Gluten free travel – my emergency food supplies

By on December 31, 2014 in Coeliac Life with 1 Comment

As anyone with a special diet knows, travelling presents extra challenges.  Whenever I travel, I have a set of basic items that I choose from to ensure I do not starve if gluten free options fall short during transit or at my destination.  Usually a pair of shoes and a spare outfit get left behind […]

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