Great article. But lets remember that gluten awareness is not new to Israel. Since the 1990ies, whenever I visit Israel, I have been able to purchase gluten-free flour for a lower price than regular flour. Most supermarkets carried it and the mix makes great breads and goodies. Where else can you find subsidized gf products! In other countries we pay three or four times more than regular flour and the mix results in a cardboard taste.
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from the article: Israel's restaurants climb slowly on to the gluten-free wagon