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Saz

Member Since 12 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:12 AM
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In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

Yesterday, 01:49 AM

Yum. Has any tried the san remo gluten-free egg noodles/pasta?

In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

23 March 2015 - 06:49 AM

I find that a bit poor. My understanding is that the company only produce allergen free products, so I don' t think it good that they have made a product that now includes one it previously did not. It annoys me when a "regular" companies make a product I can have and then change their ingredients to include something with gluten, but I can understand it a bit more that a specific allergen free one doing it. 

 

On the subject of oats- I'm off to the Uk at the end of week, where you can buy gluten free oats/oat porridge which I really really want to try. My dilemma is this: I used to cheat a lot and eat things with gluten, I was never really sensitive  and could eat a reasonable  bit before I would get sick. I have been good for about nine years. I have on occasion eaten gluten by accident and not gotten sick, but don't know if that means I would be ok with gluten-free oats or not.  From what I have read, it seems that maybe it is only very sensitive coeliacs who can't tolerate oats. 

 

I remember having oat porridge with honey as a Kid and really liking it. I buy the rice porridge now and although I do like it, it is just not the same as oats one.  


In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

20 March 2015 - 05:06 AM

Anyone had a gluten-free meal on Singapore Airlines? Flying with them soon. Heard fairly good things about their regular meals, although I'm still expecting rice cakes instead of any kind of gluten-free bread and fruit salad for dessert. Also no yoghurt with breakfast..... even though the food for the breakfast flight will have been prepared in Aus and I can usually eat the brand of yoghurt served to everyone else!

 

End of the day though, as long as they remember to load a gluten-free meal for me I will be happy. Always take some snacks but it's a bit hard to pack anything decent with a 26 hour travel time and all the restrictions.


In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

27 February 2015 - 02:01 AM

Anyone get things from Aldi?

I ended up getting a few. So far tried the cheese tubes and tom yum noodles. The tubes taste similar to the other gluten-free ones you get. The noodles are nice flavour, the texture is a bit odd but I think that it is more just my personal preference. 

 

I also bought some black forest biscuits, Mocha cake mix, Banana cake mix, two bread mixes, lava cake mix and some milk poppers. Ended spending about $28 all up. Wanted to get some Gazpacho as well but they didn't have any.


In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

22 February 2015 - 02:40 AM

Some of those look good. I found some of their pancake mix the other day. Not tried it yet. Have tried a few bits from Has no range. Liked them all, but trouble is apart from a few packs of biscuits, pasta and bread they don't stock the other stuff most of the time. Will definetly pop in this week though.