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Tried and tasted: Tasty gluten-free dining

The words 'gluten-free' (GF) generally send a shiver down my spine. I'm a person who likes real butter on my scones, real sugar in my tea and real bread in my sandwich.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
25th May, 2013
One of Milano's gluten-free pizzas.

The words 'gluten-free' (GF) generally send a shiver down my spine. I'm a person who likes real butter on my scones, real sugar in my tea and real bread in my sandwich.

But for many genuine food allergy sufferers, wheat products are a no-go area because of the gluten content.

And while the availability and quality of GF products have improved in recent years, eating out in restaurants can still prove difficult for those who...

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