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  1. We know what it is, it is flour made out of chick peas which I think you call garbanzo beans over there. We live on it, in India there's not a lot of gluten free stuff around. We make bread with Besan and brown rice flour that is nice enough, and you can make Chapatis with it but they are a bit dry, it is used in pakoras (you can make a batter out of it, dip any vegetable in it and deep fry).
  2. Hi we're teenagers from India, our mum is Australian which is where we found out about Coeliac in June. She thought we had it for a long time but luckily we managed to eat lots of wheat until then. But now we are in north India where people eat chapatis and samosas and other delicious wheat based foods. Any other Indians out there with suggestions?