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Olivegirl

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  1. I'm an Australian coeliac who has travelled a few times in the US. Here's my two cents worth: 1. Re lollies/snack...
  2. I used to get dry mouth periodically before I was diagnosed with coeliac disease. I don't think it's anything to worry...
  3. Thanks everyone for your responses! I don't normally react to wheat glucose syryp, nor do I have other allergies - but...
  4. Hello all I know that snickers bars in Australia are gluten free according to their label - but whenever I eat them...
  5. Hello all I just want to give a other thumbs up to Atom Thai in Newtown. Not only do they have a seperate gluten free...
  6. Great. Thanks! (and oops for not looking through past posts first!).
  7. Hello all I'm wondering if anyone has a good recipe for gluten-free buckwheat bread? I generally find all gluten free...
  8. I spend a lot of time in Cambodia, and some time in Thailand for work. I find that Thailand is quite difficult as they...
  9. I'm from Sydney and I know that Crust does a good gluten free gourmet pizza (although check that the 15 year old kids...
  10. Balsamic vinegar does not have gluten in it. The only vinegar that is a problem is malt vinegar. My 'glutened' symptoms...
  11. I was the same way when I first got diagnosed (1 year ago). I could not wait to get to the shops and test out all the...
  12. As far as I know, Italy is great for gluten free. I haven't been there since I was diagnosed, but many of the gluten...
  13. Hi Jessie You don't really need to know what the numbers mean. In Australia and NZ all labels, by law, must indicate...
  14. I think maltodextrin can be wheat derived (although not entirely sure!).
  15. I also have the same problem with alcohol. It makes it really difficult when you want to go out drinking with friends...
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