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electrochel

Member Since 22 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Feb 25 2012 03:35 AM
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In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

25 February 2012 - 03:35 AM

There's nothing in the sauces i would bring, the curry powder is jst finely ground spices and corn flour, I have a soy sauce and a Worchester sauce i haven't opened yet so their sealed, would that not be ok? Sure its fo consumption im not planting anything or bringing in meat or dairy based stuff.

I also have 2 packets of g.f noodles i bought from a heath shop i was going to bring those too as they were expensive and i never finished the packets...?

Thanks for the reply

In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

24 February 2012 - 06:50 AM

Thanks a mill, i will make a note of that.
I was wondering about the price of things and which brads are best but i guess i have to try them.

I think i will bring the likes of sauces and dried curry sauce with me.

Michelle

Celiac 15 months

In Topic: Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

22 February 2012 - 03:55 AM

Hi Guys,

U all sound pretty clued up to , so maybe you can help.

I am travelling from Ireland to perth via singapore and am wondering about foods and nice places to eat in perth that will know what celiac means, my friend lives out there since december and has been sick a few times from waitresses telling her their stuff is gluten free when it is not... Im wondering about products in the supermarket...how expensive are they? and what are brand si should be looking out for??

I am Irish and only diagnosed last year so im nervous ab the traveling part....

Thanks a lot

michelle

In Topic: Just Returned From Trip To Australia

22 February 2012 - 03:35 AM

I am From Dublin, Ireland.
I live in monaghan the last while which is near northern Ireland so i can get a lot of products from the U.K supermarkets and they are lovely.

Pricey but lovely.

I am staying in Fremantle in Perth for 5-6 months before i move around to travel. Although im looking forward to this i am nervous of becoming sick and will try bring out things like sauces and dried packet stood from home. Baggage allowance is 20kg and we are going for the year so its going to be tough...

I will check out that other post if i find it i'l make a list of what i can so i will know then. Thank you both

In Topic: Go Irish!

20 February 2012 - 06:47 AM

We are a celiac friendly country, most of our restaurants have gluten free beside the meals t state weather they are gluten-free or not... substitutes are offered and i haven't been sick yet. If in doubt ask to speak tot he chef they usually accommodate you with options.

Excellent options in Belfast, Galway, Cork, Kerry and of course Dublin.

I recommend Lemon on South Willaim street behind Grafton st in dublin their gluten-free Crepes are amazing...
Lemon Crepe & Coffee co
66 William Street South, Dublin 2, Ireland
+353 1 672 9044 ‎

Rustic Stone is also gorgeous and famous Irish Chef Dylan Mcgrath owns this place...
17 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
+353 1 707 9596 ‎