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Classic Kellogg's Cornflake Honey Joy recipe done gluten free with Norganic Organic Cornflakes.
The Old Colonial Cookie Company make incredible Short Bread biscuits. I keep pinching them and I'm not a Coeliac!
The don't have any of the weird texture issues that so many gluten free foods seem to have. If I hadn't read the label, I wouldn't believe they were gluten free!
There is also a new Macadamia Shortbread available too!
Vegemite is one of the things that is hard to replace. There was one spread we tried that smelt so bad it went into the bin without even being tried.
MightyMite is pretty darn close to the Vegemite taste and smell.
The company that make MightyMite, Three333Threes is Australian made and owned.
Thai Thani is a great little Thai restaurant. They seemed to know what they were talking about when it came to gluten free meals too. There is a separate Gluten Free Menu that doesn't have as many choices as the main menu, as usual, but there were still quite a few choices.
The staff were good and the food was better.
Woolworths Freefrom Gluten Free Potato Chips.
Grilled Chicken Flavour
Salt & Vinegar Flavour
Haven't tried the Grilled Chicken but the Salt & Vinegar are great! As good as any regular salt and vinegar chips.
Based on the taste of their cornflakes - Norganic foods are probably worth trying out.
The cornflakes are as good as, or maybe even better, than Kellogg's - and that's coming from a non-Coeliac persons point of view!
There is also a Blueberry version available too.
The Sassafras Café is a little place in ... a little place! Sassafras is a one street town in the Dandenong Ranges.
The Sassafras Café has a great range of options for Coeliac's including ... SCONES that are actually tasty!
Zinc is very fancy and a little on the pricey side. There are a lot of gluten free options though and the service was very good.
This was by far the best place we found in Port Douglas that had a wide range of Gluten Free options.
The menu was very good. The staff knew what they were talking about and the food was delicious.
The only sad thing, like all the other places in Port Douglas we tried, the chips aren't gluten free. Probably because they are all fried in the same oil the other battered items are fried in.
Gone Banana's was a very nice little place on the main road leading into Port Douglas.
The interior is very cool. I wish we had taken some pictures. Lots of plants and mood lighting and even a water fall.
The prices aren't bad and the menu has a lot of gluten free options.