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Gf Cereals And Picnics
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What gluten-free cereals do you buy and what do you take on a picnic?

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I would take fruits and veggies on picnics.

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I eat Crispy Rice Cereal, available from most supermarkets and not too expensive, i guess.

For picnics? I haven't been on one, but a lot of fresh fruit (pre-washed by me) yoghurt kept in a cool bag, gluten-free pitta breads filled with egg or tuna salad, gluten-free cakes/biscuits, crisps (Walkers do a big range of coeliac suitable crisps) and stuff like that.

Does that help? Oh, don't forget drinks.

Nicolette (UK)

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On picnics I love gluten-free crackers, assortment of cheeses, olives, artichoke hearts, fruit, vegies and gluten-free cookies.

I really like Whole Foods Honey Frosted Flakes (taste better than Kellog's and are gluten-free).

Hez

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