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The Irresistible Gluten Free Show

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by Julia Hebaiter (aka Julia Svoice) (subscribe)
Owns 'FoodLit'. Highly qualified, established food & lifestyle writer, former restaurateur, founder professional writing business, Articul8. Long, diverse writing history, passion for food culture, the land & inspired food language.www.foodlit.com.au
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Bring it on - a great food show with a gluten-free difference. The
Irresistible Gluten Free Show, Australia's biggest gluten free event, features fab gluten free fair, along with nutrition experts, and a macro wholefood market kitchen featuring world class chef Tobie Puttock.

Also on deck will be former Olympian and gluten free advocate Robert de Castella. Between chefs, Olympic athletes, medical professionals and dieticians, the show makes for both a fun and informative event. I do like the idea of increasing food pleasure while simultaneously learning about the foods that increase health and well-being.

Check out the show schedules. As well as information sessions, there'll be cooking classes showing you how to cook gluten free meals the whole family can enjoy, which will certainly make life easier for some.

Browse product and service displays, including hundreds of prepared gluten free foods: breads, pasta, biscuits, cakes, small goods, ice-cream, ready-to-eat meals, confectionery, breakfast cereals and more.
Matter of fact, even though I'm not gluten intolerant, I think I just tempted myself to go along - especially if this chocolate number is anything to go by.The Irresistible Gluten Free Show sounds delish, it's reasonably priced, and I simply can't resist. Hope to see you there.
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Why? For beaut Gluten free fare and information to share
When: Sat 24th and Sun 25th September, 10am to 4pm
Where: Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre Clarendon Street, Melbourne
Cost: A $20; Conc $15; Kids under 12 Free
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There a new pop-up food stall operating at 50 Rose street, Fitzroy on the weekends selling Dosas - savory rice and lentil crepes originating all the way in Southern India.

The place is super cool, set in an old warehouse with a table-tennis table and casual (keeping true to the street origins of the dosa) and the menu is all vegan and gluten-free, definitely worth a check out for all the fellow vegans and gluten-free lovers out there!!

Here is the facey page www.facebook.com/overdosa
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Thursday, 10th of October @ 02:26 am
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