Traveling in Spain has certainly opened up my eyes to just how ‘common’ gluten free diets have become – thankfully for us, this is a good thing! Southern Spain has impressed me; with small towns home to many small but awesome cafes and restaurants offering gluten free menu options. For a country with a HUGE…

Bruges is a quaint medieval city located in the north west of Belgium. ย The city centre was granted UNESCO world heritage site in 2000 and is pretty special with itโ€™s narrow cobbled streets and large squares. ย With the city being just over a 3-hour train journey from Amsterdam or even better, a mere 1 hour…

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark and my gluten free capital of Scandinavia! Every meal I gobbled up in this wonderful city was truly delicious. As a coeliac it was also refreshing to have more than one or two gluten free menu choices to choose from in every restaurant that I visited. At Christmas Copenhagen is…

My Story – Why I started this gluten free blog I have always been slightly sensitive to gluten. For as long as I can remember I would feel bloated and nauseous having eaten too much pizza or overindulged in other gluten-filled foods. But in my early twenties, I was hit with a nasty case of…

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