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Gluten-Free Supermarket Stuff
Thai Smile Rice Paper Roll Kit

Gluten free rice paper Found at Gourmet Market at Siam Paragon.

Helios Jams

Cheaper than the jams from the "Hero" brand. Found at Big C Pratunam, Tesco and Villa Market.

Zvof Cereal

In Bangkok you can buy these at the Tops super market in the Silom Complex. In Chiang Mai you can buy it at Rimping Supermarket.

Terra Blues

I had never tasted blue chips before so I was a bit hesitant to buy this but since the price was in promotion from 80 THB to 30 THB, I decided to try it. The taste is a bit weird to me but as soon as I got used to the strange taste I actually kinda like it. In my opinion it tastes better then most gluten-free chips. Still would not buy it for the full 80 THB, and will wait for another promotion again. I found these blue chips at Villa Market and Tops Supermarket.

Tastes better than it looks.

Prego Italian Sauce

According to my girlfriend, Prego tastes better than my homemade spaghetti sauce, and I agree. The tastes "Traditional" and "Fresh Mushroom" are labeled as gluten free. The taste "Italian sausage and garlic" is NOT labeled as gluten free so make sure you don't pick that one. They can be bought at almost every major supermarket.

Bin Bin Rice crackers

These “BinBin” ricecrackers are similar to the ricecrackers from the “Fantastic” brand but cheaper and I prefer the taste of these "Bin Bin" crackers also.

Found at: Villa Market.

Nature’s Path cornflakes

These cornflakes are sold at Home Fresh Mart and Gourmet Market. They are labeled as gluten-free but the same brand also makes wheat products. Every time i try the gluten-free cornflakes i still get bowel issues. But I am highly sensitive to gluten so others might be okay with it. As usual the gluten-free products are more expensive than “normal” products and at Home Fresh Mart these sell for 175 THB per box. Which would be okay if the taste wouldn’t be so bad. I used to eat normal cornflakes before i was diagnosed and those taste so much better.

glutenfree pudding
Well&good pudding in a mug

Found these at Rimping supermarket in Chiangmai. Did not see them in Bangkok yet.

Worldfoods authentic taste of Asia

Bought these 2 at Gourmet market at the Terminal21 shoppingmall because they were in promotion. Instantly regretted buying the basil-curry taste. According to the package it is “authentic Thai” taste but none of my Thai friends like it. I’ve never encountered this taste in Thai restaurants also which is a good thing because it taste just weird. The Galangal-lemongrass flavor is much better.

Gluten Free Pasta
Gluten Free Pasta: Orgran Brand

The shop Sense of World Taste has several gluten free pasta products of the Orgran brand. The shop is located at the intersection about 500 meters inside Sukhumvit 19 from the Asok BTS station.

Fantastic Rice crackers

Once and a while i buy some of these glutenfree crackers. They can be found at almost every supermarket. The barbeque and Cheese flavors taste great, but i would stay away from the Salt & Vinegar flavor. They are a bit more expensive than the "Bin Bin Rice crackers".

Found at: Almost everywhere.

Pad Thai Noodle Sauce

I found this gluten free sauce at Big C Pratunam. I don't think this is really a "Noodle sauce", and use it for grilled chicken instead.

Fountain Barbeque sauce

Found these barbeque sauces from the Fountain brand at Big C across Central World. The taste "Barbeque Sauce" is labeled gluten free, but they also have the taste "Smokey BBQ" which is NOT gluten-free so make sure you don't pick that one.

Brownie in a cup

Bought this at Gourmet Paragon out of curiousity. It’s not worth it.

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