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Aussie Peg

Member Since 14 Aug 2006
Offline Last Active Mar 15 2011 04:04 AM

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In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

08 July 2010 - 06:27 AM

Hello again everyone!

Finally got around to adding a post - I've been hybernating :P

I'm so excited to hear about Dominos jumping on the gluten free bandwagon! I was just craving a non-gourmet pizza the other night but had no idea Dominos was an option! Pizza night tomorrow for sure! I'll let you know if I have any reactions - had trouble with Hell Pizza but Capers has generally been ok (I'm pretty sensitive).

I've been having some regular mild glutenings lately and have finally tracked down the culprit - Earth Choice multi purpose spray! I've been using it to clean my kitchen benches (without washing the spray off afterwards, naughty!) and I finally read the ingredients and it has alcohol from wheat or sugar cane in it so I must be using a wheaty batch! Again, i'm pretty sensitive so this might not affect others but i'm just so happy to finally figure out what was causing all the problems, YAY! Us Coeliacs would make quite the detectives!

I've been devouring La Zuppa soups this Winter - the chicken and corn chowder, and creamy chicken with vegetables inparticular, soooooo good! I'm still ordering my bread and baking mixes from Choices Gluten Free Bakery in Sydney - I made banana bread 2 days ago using their mix which I have already finished lol.

Although I'm dairy free now, I snuck some Pascall pineapple lumps which are soooo nice - found them at Coles.

Ooooh and I made my own 'fish and chip shop' style crumbed fish fillets (dip fish fillet in gluten-free corn flour/starch, then dip in water, then dip in gluten-free crumbs. Shallow fry in a couple centimetres of hot oil, until slightly browned on both sides). Heavenly!

I hope everyone is happy and healthy and finding all sorts of delicious gluten free foods!

In Topic: I Found Bread! (australia)

03 January 2010 - 09:59 PM

Isn't it great when you find something you love? I have tried Choices products and they aren't bad but I definately prefer Lifestyle Bakery. www.lifestylebakery.com.au . Their Chia seed Loaf is the best Gluten Free bread on the market in my opinion. I cant wait for easter when they release their hot cross buns!!!

Oooh i've heard about that bread! I haven't managed to find it yet though :( Does it have soy in it? I'm not that great with soy...would make an exception for extreme deliciousness though :P

In Topic: European Union Codex Standard (eucs) Bread Or Mixes.

20 December 2009 - 01:11 AM

Hi Imanistj!

When I went to the UK a few years ago, I was given a gluten free sandwich on the plane with bread which was made with wheat starch (considered gluten-free as all detectable gluten is removed during the refining process). I ate it even though I was wary of the wheat and had to make a mad dash to the plane toilets not long after!

I'm pretty sensitive though and can't have glucose syrup from wheat either (considered fine for coeliacs in Australia and the UK) so i'm not sure if it would affect others.

I guess it just depends how sensitive you are so just be careful and don't eat a tonne when you first try it out :)

I think I had Schar multigrain bread in Switzerland and it was the nicest gluten-free bread i'd ever had! Even without toasting it first!

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