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find a gluten free flour, i once had pncaakes with chestnut flour which were really nice, they had an unusual sweetness. if you need to make it rise, use baking powder or baking soda (i cant ever remember which is the right one lol). you may need to alter how much butter you use because a gluten free flour may be too dry or too sticky, so mix it up in your normal quantity then balance it up by adding flour or butter til it is the right consistency. you may want to add extra sugar; some gluten free flours are a little too savory. hope this helps!  Was this answer helpful?

By Nazli on 18/01/2013

From the entry 'Gluten Free Vendor Food Fair - Napier'.

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We have just introduced ‘Answers’. In this section you can ask questions regarding gluten free living and members can respond. So feel free to ask away and hopefully you can get the answers you are after, or if you think you can help someone else with their query, then please do so.

By Teresa on 21 April 2010 Read on ›

Gluten Free Vendor Food Fair - Napier ›

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The Hawkes Bay Region for Coeliac NZ are putting together a vendor food fair on Saturday 17th April, 12pm-4pm at Taradale Club, 55 Wharerangi Rd, Greenmeadows, Napier.
This is the first event of it’s kind in the region, and they are hoping for this to turn into an annual event. This is a free event to the public, so go along and sample or stock up on gluten free foods you are unable to source locally. For any further enquiries or if you would like to participate in the event, please phone 06 844 4589.

By Teresa on 06 April 2010 Read on ›

Healtheries new packaging ›

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Beware: same price but net weight reduced!

By Teresa on 30 September 2009 Read on ›

The Australian Women’s Weekly Gluten-Free and Allergy-Free Cookbook ›


Endorsed by the Coeliac Society of Australia, this cookbook features over 50 recipes that are all gluten-free. Recipes range from apple and ricotta fritters to rice noodle cakes and egg, bacon and parmesan pies. At only $16.95 and available from bookstores and supermarkets, there are no more excuses for you to feel isolated by your particular food allergy.

By Teresa on 22 April 2009 Read on ›

The Gluten Free Food and Allergy Show returns ›


The first Gluten Free Food & Allergy Show, held in Auckland in 2008, was a huge success. The 2009 show will be bigger and better with more exhibitors, more great products to sample, more expert seminars plus cooking demonstrations at the Fisher & Paykel Cooking Theatre. Shows will be in Auckland and Christchurch this year.

By Teresa on 07 April 2009 Read on ›

Gluten Free and Allergy Show 2008 ›


Two weeks ago on the 5th and 6th July, Auckland held it’s first Gluten Free and Allergy Show. Nearly 7500 people attended the show and with a success like that under their belt, the show will be returning to Auckland next year on the weekend of the 4th and 5th July 2009.

By Teresa on 17 July 2008 Read on ›

BurgerFuel Launches Gluten-Free Buns ›

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Kiwi gourmet burger company BurgerFuel has launched Gluten-Free buns across New Zealand.

By Teresa on 19 February 2008 Read on ›

Woolworths Free From Range is now available in New Zealand ›


Having just paid a visit to my local Countdown, I was happily surprised to find that they have recently made the decision to stock Woolworths Free From Products.

By Teresa on 14 February 2008 Read on ›

Website gets a makeover… ›


If you’re a regular visitor to Gluten Free Living, you’ll notice I’ve added some enhancements to the site, and changed the layout a little…

By Iain on 12 February 2008 Read on ›

Gluten Free Food and Allergy Show ›

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The Gluten Free Food and Allergy Show will be coming to New Zealand on 5-6 July 2008 at the ASB Showgrounds

By Teresa on 11 January 2008 Read on ›

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