Kebabs at Ali Baba

Turkish is one of my favourite foods, but it’s an almost impossible challenge to find low-FODMAP Turkish food when dining out. Onion, garlic and wheat seem to be used generously in everything! Thanks to the many Ali Baba stores throughout Canberra though, I’ve been enjoying almost normal kebabs for dinner and out on shopping trips….

Curries at the Hungry Buddha

Good South Asian curries are one of the things I’ve missed most since starting the low-FODMAP diet. I’ve asked quite a few Indian restaurants in Canberra if they can make me something onion and garlic free, and so far I haven’t found one willing. However, the good folks at the Hungry Buddha Nepalese in Curtin were…

Buying low-FODMAP bread

December 2017 update: Check out my more recent post on the best low-FODMAP breads in Canberra too. If you’re not Coeliac too, you’re lucky, because you can eat spelt sourdough bread. Spelt sourdough still has gluten in it, but fructans, the real villain for low-FODMAPpers, has been broken down significantly during the fermentation process. This…

Bean & Grain

December 2017 update: The Dickson store recently closed its doors, but the Fyshwick Markets store is still ready and able to help you! Recently, I became hangry while moving house. I needed brunch, and I needed it stat. I decided to see what Bean & Grain Dickson had to offer. I went for the Eggs…