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Gluten Free Bali

Hello readers!

Today’s post is all about surviving gluten free on the little lovely island of Bali. Known for its beaches, rice terraces and black volcanic sands, Bali is great little island paradise that caters for many appetites.

I was fortunate to stay for 8 days during my Songkran ย holidays and discovered some interesting things when it comes to food and its customs:

  • Balinese people love to fry things
  • They cook with fish and soy sauce
  • Rice noodles and wrappers can be found in most restaurants
  • Fresh fruit juices are delicious
  • Black rice pudding is WAY TOO SWEET for even the most devout sweet tooths out there!
  • There are 2 major wine producers in Bali – Two Islands and Hagan. Both are quite nice (and cheaper if you purchase in shops instead of restaurants!)

Stay tuned for some Balinese recipes!

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What to do when you’ve been glutened….

gluten_is_the_enemy_rectangle_magnetThis post was originally a restaurant review of Indus on Sukhumvit Soi 26, however, the day after eating there, I experienced the worst stomach upset and brain fog that I’ve had in the last two years. I wasn’t hungry and barely ate anything, it felt like my head was full of cotton wool and I couldn’t remember a damn thing all day. Continue reading

Celiacs and the City

Celiacs and the City

Found this blog quite unexpectedly – but will refer back when/if I get down to Kuala Lumpur.

This is the ‘blurb’:

Daisy and Bubbles are trying to figure out gluten-free life, at home and in the world. This blog shares their two, different food and lifestyle philosophies, recipes made, reviews of tested restaurants and grocery shopping tips . Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, they focus on local spots in the city and their favourite holiday locales in the region and around the globe.