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Just saw this part of the forum so thought I'd drop in and wave my hand at any other Aussies who might be on here. I'm in Perth and I'm gluten intolerant. I've written a longer post about my situation in the gluten intolerance and behaviour thread.

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Just saw this part of the forum so thought I'd drop in and wave my hand at any other Aussies who might be on here. I'm in Perth and I'm gluten intolerant. I've written a longer post about my situation in the gluten intolerance and behaviour thread.

Hey there, I'm from Melbourne. I think there are a few Aussies floating around here.

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Hi. I'm from Melbourne too.

Kim

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Hi, I'm from Perth too. My Dr told me today that I'm Gluten Intolerant, but the jury is still out on celiac disease. Off to try and find your thread....

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I've been coeliac for a while now. 11 years almost. I tend to live in Melbourne, but am also studying in Canberra. My pastime has been taking a variety of companies to task over false and illegal gluten free advertising in Australia...

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Hi there,

I'm from Sydney but we are relocating to regional NSW soon:)

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another hi from Melbourne!! :D

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Hi I'm from rural NQ :)

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Hi we are in Queensland and have a breadmaker which we are having a variable amount of success with. Just wonder what other Aussie are using as a base mixture and their success or otherwise?

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I buy Easy Baker mix them bake it in a loaf pan in the oven. I suck at the bread maker lol.

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Hi we are in Queensland and have a breadmaker which we are having a variable amount of success with. Just wonder what other Aussie are using as a base mixture and their success or otherwise?

I've been doing this recipe almost every second day - if you like irish soda bread you will love this!

http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/20528/gluten+free+buckwheat+bread

I put in heaped spoons of the baking powder so it rises a bit better.

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Hello there

I`m from Wollongong NSW and just joined this site.

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Hi there, I'm from the NT :) I just posted my introductory thread in the pre diagnosis section. I'm hoping I'm about to start on the road to recovery!

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Just saw this part of the forum so thought I'd drop in and wave my hand at any other Aussies who might be on here. I'm in Perth and I'm gluten intolerant. I've written a longer post about my situation in the gluten intolerance and behaviour thread.

Hi, I live in Amata, a small remote community in the north west of South Australia. Im also gluten intolerant.

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Hi we are in Queensland and have a breadmaker which we are having a variable amount of success with. Just wonder what other Aussie are using as a base mixture and their success or otherwise?

In the bread maker I find The real bread mix to be good, but for a truly decadent experience I suggest you try Simply Wize Crusty Bread mix. You shape it into a cob and bake in the oven. Tastes like REAL bread (my husband who is not gluten intolerant loves it (and hes fussy).

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