Finlay & Sons is pretty much my favourite place. It’s located in Inglewood on Beaufort Street an area which is really bubbling of late with the weekly Inglewood Night Markets plus the addition of some cool shops and apartments. It’s what Mt Lawley should get back to being. Continue reading “Finlay & Sons no 917”
Hey these are pretty good! Reminded me of those mini chocolate Wheaton biscuits you used to be able to get. Continue reading “Table of Plenty – Mini Rice Cakes”
I was going to review this when I first tried it. To be honest it didn’t do it for me. But I’ve actually decided over the last month that I don’t mind it. Continue reading “Hahn Ultra Crisp”
Bayside Barista is situated in Safety Bay, roughly 45mins south of Perth. It is Western Australia’s only 100% GLUTEN FREE cafe accredited by Coeliac Australia.
I wanted to make this Facebook Group the first of my friendly links. When I was first diagnosed I was seriously lost. I had no idea. Continue reading “Coeliac Disease Support Group Australia”
These are tasty! Bit spicy which I like, so if you can’t handle the heat, then chase down some of their other flavours. I got these from Coles, but they also are stocked at selected IGA stores and specialist shops around Perth. Be warned, you will finish the whole packet! Continue reading “The Wholesome Food Company – Roasted Jalapeno Protein Chips”
You can find coeliac friendly aisles in most major super markets and some small ones too! And there are plenty of health food shops around the place that have great knowledge and are really helpful. Continue reading “Things To Eat”
Glutenberg were founded in 2010 in Quebec, Canada by a couple of guys, one of them was diagnosed as a celiac (as they like to spell it on that side of the planet) in the early 2000s. They brew exclusively from 100% gluten-free ingredients, allowing for 0.00ppm of traceable gluten. Continue reading “Glutenberg APA”
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Did I spell that right? Ceoliac? Celiac? Coeliac? Should it have a capital “C”? Is it correct to say coeliacs disease? Is it plural? Does it need an apostrophe? (FYI the correct spelling is “coeliac”. It is “coeliac disease”. No capital and no plural needed). Now we’ve got that out of the way…