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14 October 2011
A Bermondsey pizzeria will be one the first of its kind to add gluten-free pizzas to its menu next week, after a trial run which saw one lucky customer finally snacking on the Italian dish for the first time in twenty years.
The owner of Times Pizza in Southwark Park Road, Ersin Coskun, decided on making the special pizzas after speaking to his friend whose son was diagnosed with a condition that prevents him from eating food that contains gluten, found in flour based products.
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1. At 08:01 PM on 15 Oct 2011, eMMANUELE wrote:
I will definitely go and try. Up to now it's been a negative experience. Restaurants use pizza bases purchased from chemist or supermarket and charge huge sums. I can do better myself! The problem is that in my own city in Italy I go to very good and award winning pizza makers, so any one else must be veeeery good, and certainly not use precooked pizza bases. From your article I understand that this chap is having a good try, so I can only say well done. People with gluten intollerance are many,so if products are genuine and fairly priced there is a good chance tomake money out of it.
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