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SpudBar gluten free baked potatoes

SpudBar gluten free baked potatoes

SpudBar is a baked potato franchise with many locations around Melbourne and Victoria and currently just one store in Brisbane. Post last updated Feb 2021 They are 100% gluten free* which is easy for them to do as it is ‘real food’ (i.e. primarily vegetables with some protein options) and no bread is needed! *NB I […]

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MOM Cafe – gluten free Prahran *CLOSED

MOM Cafe – gluten free Prahran *CLOSED

By on September 7, 2018 in Melbourne, Restaurant Review Aus with 0 Comments

*August 2019 – this cafe is now known as AURA and is no longer 100% gluten free, so this review is now out of date* Market on Malvern (MOM) is based on a food as medicine concept, where the food is designed to nourish your body.   This Prahran cafe is entirely gluten free and […]

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Top 10+ central Melbourne gluten free venues

Top 10+ central Melbourne gluten free venues

Melbourne is a great place for gluten free, but if you search ‘Melbourne gluten free’ so many places will come up that it can be hard to know where to start! This guide removes some of the overwhelm by outlining the top ten venues local coeliacs recommend in central Melbourne.  As always, make your own enquiries to […]

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Red Robyn Camberwell – 100% gluten free Melbourne *Closed*

Red Robyn Camberwell – 100% gluten free Melbourne *Closed*

** CAFE CLOSED AT THE END OF 2017 ** This cafe was the inspiration behind the popular 100% gluten free Melbourne listing – check it out for other completely gluten free options around Melbourne. Foddies has now opened at Red Robyn’s location.  If you visit on a Sunday, you can combine your visit with the […]

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100% gluten free Melbourne

100% gluten free Melbourne

Melbourne has several 100% gluten free cafés and bakeries that are a little oasis for coeliacs and people with other dietary requirements, such as vegan and fructose malabsorption.  There are some options in the city, but you will find most of these cafes in the suburbs of Melbourne – you can easily get public transport […]

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