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I am allergic to corn, where I live there is a pub that has a gluten free menu to pick from as well as their regular menu. There are not many gluten free bakeries, I buy "Robin Hood Gluten free all purpose flour" as everything is added & you use it like regular flour without having to add "Guar Gum" etc. it is in it.

There is no corn, as stated I am allergic to corn products.

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sound good but would have to pass on the one that was made with corn, allergic to corn


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Sounds like good eating. Other countries offer more gluten free options. I think more restaurants are serving gluten free. I went to a mom and pop restaurant this week and all sandwiches were available on GF bread and I also went to a GF bakery. Slowly GF is becoming more commonplace. Eat good and clean!!

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I just wanted to share a couple of experiences I had while I was traveling in Victoria BC and Vancouver BC. I have to say that overall, gluten-free options are very easy to find in both places.

Victoria--Origin Bakery--dedicated gluten free bakery. They also have several products that are dairy free as well. They are open from Tuesday-Saturday 7:30-5:30 and have two locations. I visited the Pandora Street location very early in the morning. I bought a loaf of their oat bread, which had just come out of the oven and it was still warm. It was HEAVENLY. Soft, dark brown bread with just a hint of sweetness. I also bought a granola bar and cookies. The granola bar was fantastic, the cookies were just "OK".

Il Covo--Italian restaurant. Most of their pasta dishes can substituted with a gluten-free version. I didn't ask what the gluten-free pasta was made with, but it tasted like corn and my dish was very good. There are also plenty of gluten-free options and most of the menus I looked at will remind folks with allergies to ask about additional ingredients that are not listed.


Smak--100% Gluten-Free cafe. I had a green curry and a lovely green salad. Their bread (including croutons) is sourced from a bakery called Lemonade Gluten-Free Bakery, which is how I found Smak. They have fantastic coffee drinks and delicious juices and smoothies.

La Brasserie--French/German bistro--Many, many GF options and the waitstaff seem to be well-educated about cross contamination

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