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ImageHello November! Si ce mois s’annonce chargé en travail (ou recherche active de), pluie et autre température proche, voire au-delà de zéro (youhou !), je profite de ce lendemain d’Halloween pour écrire un petit post sucré.

Hello November! This month will mostly be about work (or trying hard to find one), rain and very cold weather (yay!). But since we just overcame Halloween’s night, I wanted to write a sweet little post.

Alors que cette nuit, des millions de petites mâchoires ont accueilli de nouvelles caries, il me semblait être de saison que de rappeler quelles étaient les douceurs sans gluten. Du côté des bonbons Haribo, bonne nouvelle : tous ceux qui n’ont pas de petite couche blanche moelleuse en dessous (comme les regrettés crocos rouges…) régaleront vos petites sessions regressives. En voici la liste exhaustive : Happy-Cola, Happy Cherries, Goldbären, ABC, Pêches, Sucettes, Grenouilles, Grapefruit, Berries, Fraises, Schtroumpfs, Cherry-Cola, Demi-Lunes, Tagada et Salinos (les rouleaux de réglisse).

During the night, a whole lot of brand new decayed teeth have appeared. Thus it felt very logical to remember what kinds of treats were easy to digest when you go gluten-free. In terms of Haribo candies, the good news is that all of them which don’t have the under white fluffy film (right, like in the red crocodiles I deeply miss…) will fulfill all your sugar needs. Here is the official list: Happy-Cola, Happy Cherries, Goldbären, ABC, Peaches, Lollypops, Frogs, Grapefruit, Berries, Strawberries, Smurfs, Cherry-Cola, Half-Moons, Tagada and Salinos (liquorice rolls).

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Parmi les autres gourmandises industrielles sans gluten, on trouve les barres chocolatées Mars, Nuts et Snickers, ainsi que les Kinders “classiques” (Chocolat, Maxi et Surprise). De quoi réduire le champ des plaisirs interdits ! A cet effet, je recommande chaudement à tous, intolérants ou non, le très chouette site Shopwise.fr (et l’appli mobile dédiée), qui permet d’analyser le contenu d’un produit. Le doute n’est plus permis ! Enfin, si l’envie de sucrerie vous prend au détour d’une boulangerie, deux alternatives possibles : meringues et macarons à foison !

Among other industrial gluten-free treats, one can enjoy Mars, Nuts and Snickers chocolate bars, as well as “traditional” Kinders (Chocolate, Maxis and Surprises Eggs). Isn’t that nice when you’re used to not eating everything that’s industrial and sugary? Speaking of which, here’s a great website (and related app) I highly recommend to all my readers: Shopwise.fr. It allows you to know what are the components in the industrial food. No doubts anymore! And if you happen to have a sugar rush nearby a bakery, you only have two tasty options: meringue and macaroons!

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Sur ces bonnes paroles à en faire saliver plus d’un, je vous souhaite une bonne journée non ouvrée, voire un bon week-end prolongé, et vous propose un petit florilège des plus belles performances Halloweenesques de cette année, croisées au détour de la Toile. Au pire, elles vont feront frémir, au mieux, elles vous feront sourire !

Now that you’re salivating in front of your computer, I’m wishing you a beautiful day or week-end off with some Halloween-related pics I found on the Web. Worst case scenario: they’ll scare you. In the best case, they’ll leave a smile on your face!

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