• Easter Eggs 2017
  • Squire’s Loft
  • Favourite Gluten Free Bloggers
  • In my Bag – Coeliac Edition
  • 10 Thoughts when Ordering Fast Food

Easter Eggs 2017

With Easter coming up once again, as per my annual tradition here is the Easter Egg list for 2017. As per usual, this is not an exhaustive list, and please check all labels for yourself at the time of purchasing. Many easter eggs can come in different sizes and packets which often have different ingredients. Just because the mini eggs are safe doesn’t mean another size will be and vice…

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Squire’s Loft

Squire’s Loft was another place that many people were recommending I check out. There are multiple locations all with very similar menus. Brody loves his meat and Squire’s loft seemed like a great date night venue. At the time the Werribee location was not yet ready, so we decided to check out Essendon instead. Located at 131 Buckley Street, parking is a bit tricky. If you head around the side streets you’ll…

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Favourite Gluten Free Bloggers

As we come to the conclusion of our Coeliac Awareness week I thought I’d share some love with my fellow Coeliac Bloggers. I love reading other blogs, it helps inspire me and sometimes even provides new information or products I’ve never seen before. There are a lot of gluten free blogs I subscribe to and not all of them are Australian. However, I have narrowed my favourites for today to…

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In my Bag – Coeliac Edition

Like most Coeliacs when they go out, my bag is my emergency kit. It contains items that I don’t consider leaving the house without. Especially, if I am going to be eating out with friends, on the road or away somewhere I’m not used to. By packing my bag with certain types of items I am always prepared for instances that find me unable to find safe food or eating…

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10 Thoughts when Ordering Fast Food

Happy Coeliac Awareness Week! Last year I did a blog a day for Coeliac Awareness and this year I’m going to continue the tradition. Coeliac Awareness is important to ensure that venues cater properly for us and those not diagnosed get the help they need. My challenge to you is to share not only my articles this week but any information about Coeliac Disease. For more resources, you can visit…

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Gluten Free Party Box

Today just so happens to be my 25th birthday. So I thought we could dedicate today’s post to birthday parties. While I don’t have children myself, I remember how hard it was at a party where I couldn’t eat anything. Other people’s parents don’t need to have gluten free food available, let alone be aware of cross contamination. However, not going simply because I couldn’t eat would isolate me from…

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George's Fish and Chips Bacchus Marsh

George’s Fish and Chips

The first time I was ever able to buy gluten free fish and chips was from George’s in Bacchus Marsh. Those many years ago one of the original owners had Coeliac Disease. Thankfully, it seems that when they sold the business two years ago the new owners decided to keep the separate fryers and gluten free offerings. The first order of business was to call up and make sure they…

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Gluten Free Picnic

Low Fodmap and Gluten Free Picnic by Melbourne Picnics

Over the weekend I was able to attend the first every Low Fodmap and Gluten Free Picnic. The event was hosted by Melbourne Picnics who teamed up with the Fodmap Friendly team with sponsorship by Being Well Health Care and a few other brands. Situated in the picturesque Fitzroy gardens we were able to enjoy sun, food and live music from Dutchound. Early bird tickets were $45 plus booking fee, standard cost is $55…

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Gluten Free Finds February

Gluten Free Finds February

As always i’m ending the month with my gluten free finds. A collection of gluten free items that you may already know about and some new. This months assortment ranges from side dishes to dessert mixes and snacks so there should be something for everyone to enjoy. Yumi’s While wandering through Woolworths I noticed these Yumi’s products in the faux meat and fresh pasta section of the fridges. I haven’t…

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AGFL Gluten Free Box

AGFL: The Box – February 2017

I’ve been very lucky lately with my gluten free box arriving earlier than usual in the month. Which is why earlier this week you’ll have seen my sneak peek on Instagram. You are able to head over to my overview page, for all the general information about the box. You can buy your own gluten free box on the AGFL website. I am in no way affiliated with the company and won’t receive…

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