Free From Festival

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Free From Festival
Paradise Unbaker/Michael spring
Free From Festival
Michael spring

Time Out says

If your dietary requirements mean you spend a noticeable portion of your time squinting at ingredients lists this food festival will be a chance to let loose. A whole host of exhibitors will be on hand to introduce alternative ingredients for those intolerant to dairy, gluten or sugar. Naturally there'll also be plenty of 'free from' treats to tuck into, and specialist chefs will give demonstrations and share tips on making healthy, delicious dishes which even those with particular dietary requirements can enjoy. Be warned, not all all food vendors will accept card. 



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Worst food event I have been to EVER. Wasn't worth the money paid at all. Samples were tiny and many stands had had none. Best food was Indian but they had sold out of normal by 1.30pm and only had very spicy cold Samosas. They should have known that most people who eat GF have some form of IBS and cannot eat such spicy food. AND the Chick pea dish was cold as the flame under it was OFF.

I tried to buy a slice of Veg GF pizza but after queuing up I found they they refused to sell by the slice as was advertised on their board! Crazy.

With the sky high food prices and travel my day total spend was mental. We could have just gone to Pizza Express in my home town and eaten a meal for 2 for half the cost. Website Forced me to give 1 star above...LoL