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Noodle Box

A Noodle Box has opened up near my place…finally…and although there are only 2 gluten free options, in my opinion they are the 2 best dishes on the menu anyway – Seafood Nasi Goreng and Chicken Pad Thai. Yum and yum! Quick, easy and good value for money, I’m a Noodle Box fan. For a(…)

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Eden Espresso, Malvern

This weekend my other half and I were lamenting how we never do brunch anymore…so we went to Eden Espresso on Sunday – the perfect place for a relaxed brunch. It’s a little cafe on Glenferrie Rd, a few doors down from Cerone’s, that looks like a converted house – nice big dining area at(…)

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Almond Shortbread

I love almond shortbread (also known as Greek Shortbread, but most other European cultures also have a version of this recipe) but I’ve never tried making them gluten free. At the gluten free show there was a stand promoting Lupin Flour and they had some shortbread – it was divine so I’ll have to give(…)

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Wagamama

Easy Japanese food is always a good find. I love Japanese food but even if you’re not familiar with most Japanese dishes, Wagamamas has a good selection for both the cautious and the adventurous. A lot of their menu can be made gluten free, you just have to let the waiter know when you order.(…)

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Sumo Salad

Fast food doesn’t have to be unhealthy – this is one place that proves this. Sumo Salad has a great range of surprisingly filling salads and soups many of which are gluten free. They have several locations around Melbourne, for more details see www.sumosalad.com [rating:3.5]

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Chocolate Fudge

Mmmmm…fudge – one of the most decadent and naughtiest things you can make, but it tastes so so so good! This recipe is really easy and can be adapted to include pretty much whatever flavour you want – whatever type of chocolate, you can add your favourite flavouring or alcohol to make it a bit(…)

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