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Coeliac Society GF Morning Tea


Join us at Caf-Fez, Stephen Street, Bubury for a gluten free morning tea on Monday 11 October 2010 at 10am. A good chance to meet other Coeliac Society members and share tips and recipes. Call Nicky on 0450 604 521 for more information and to RSVP so I can book a big enough table and make sure have lots of gluten free options for us to eat!

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Potential Cure for Coeliac Disease


Report on ABC news today that researchers are closer to finding a cure for coeliac disease:

I would welcome a cure but also quite happy to be gluten free! At times it is difficult. At work event the other evening my gluten free frittata arrived buried under the breaded and pastry products on the same platter! Then I wish I could eat gluten so don’t have to go hungry or eat an emergency GF muesli and nut bar from my bag.

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Coeliac Society Visit


I joined Kaye and other Coeliac Society members for a morning tea at Mojo’s today. Mojo’s had lots of gluten free cakes and biscuits to choose from. It was great to catch up and I was lucky enough to win a new cookbook in the raffle. In the afternoon awareness session at Milligan House which confirmed my knowledge. I discovered a new product from Creative Gourmet – gluten free frozen crepes – in the freezer section of Coles. Will try them with salmon and creme fraiche on the weekend. I hope to organise more GF eating out events in the future now I am the Bunbury contact for the Coeliac Society.

Display at the Coeliac Society Awareness Session

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Dru Yoga Spa Retreat


Had a wonderfully relaxing and inspiring day doing Dru Yoga and meditation with Sarah from High Aspirations. The food for lunch was tasty, healthy & some gluten free. I find yoga helps my digestion by making me less stressed and anxious. Visit Dru Yoga here.

I bought a copy of book Changing Habit, Changing Lives cookbook by Cyndi O’Meara which reminded me that going gluten free is easy if we look to wholefoods and organic produce. The cookbook has healthy recipes and gluten free substitutes. Visit Changing Habits here.

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