Gluten-free revolution

Rawsome owner Laila Gampfer with some of her products.
Rawsome owner Laila Gampfer with some of her products.

Ms Gampfer said it was hard to stay away from the gluten products that could make her sick.

Bread made with white flour, pasta, cakes, muffins, pizza, cereals, crackers, potato chips, dressing, gravy, and soy sauce were just some of the many foods that Ms Gampfer had to avoid if she wanted to stay healthy.

‘After being diagnosed with Coeliac disease, Rawsome evolved from passionate experimentation with raw ingredients and a strong interest in a gluten-free and paleo diet and with each creation came the desire to share the food with others,’ she said.

‘Rawsome makes decadent sweet treats made with raw ingredients that are gluten, grain, dairy, egg, soy and refined sugar free.’

With products such as carawmel slice, choc mint slice, lovebite slice, mini donuts and choc fudge brawnies, Ms Gampfer said the products catered for the sweet tooths who had to stay away from conventional supermarket products for their health.

‘The public has received Rawsome with great enthusiasm and we have received strong support and encouragement,’ she said.

Made in the North Fremantle kitchen owned by Anna Gare, Rawsome is not just available to locals, but has also expanded to Victoria.

For information on where to buy Rawsome food, visit www.rawsome.me.