food that works


Hello. Welcome to gluten free fork. This blog is part of an assessment required for a summer unit I’m currently enrolled in at UTAS on communication and professional writing. I’m doing this elective unit as part of my social work degree.

I am Sylvia and I have being a diagnosed coeliac for almost 20 years. I’ve been searching and playing with gluten-free receipes a bit longer than that as prior to my diagnosis, 4 other members of my family were discovered to be ceoliac.

Information and blogs abound in this digital age but perhaps you will find something here that will become a favourite in your family too. With five children (3 grown and none yet with my coeliac gene) and a social sphere where restricted diets are common – it’s always fun to find another way/ another food to cook.

(If you’re wondering about the spelling – I’m Aussie!)


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