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Having grown up in a family with no allergies I was never aware of wheat-free diets and the

only reason I knew of lactose intolerance was because a doctor put me on the diet for three weeks when I was quite young when he was trying to diagnose something else.

I don’t ever recall serving, or even hearing of a gluten free treat before I was 18-years-old, when I was working at a beautiful coffee shop in Brisbane’s Queen St Mall when we started stocking some new cakes. By cakes, I mean an orange and almond cake and a minor selection of friands. It wasn’t until then I realised how many people either suffered from celiac disease, or just chose this type of food in aid to living a healthier lifestyle.

It’s not something that I’ve ever been interested in, as my husband, son, and I are not…

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  1. eatingwithem July 4, 2012 at 11:45 pm #

    Thanks for the re-blog Chef Helen!

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