Paris has been home to countless bakeries over the centuries, producing some of the very best pastries across the globe. These delicacies are all amazing, and now, you can find gluten-free pastries in some of these fantastic bakeries.
The forerunner for this trend was pastry chef Marie Tagliaferro, who opened the Helmut Newcake in down town Paris. She developed the idea after being diagnosed with celiac disease, which prevents her from properly digesting gluten. This fostered a desire to provide her fellow French who also suffered from the disease with something sweet. But she’s not the only pastry chef in the city who’s switched to the still delicious alternative.
La Maison Kayser and the Chambelland have both also opened in the French capital, and they’ve only been inspiring more and more chefs to experiment with the process. Nathaniel Doboin of the Chambelland said, “With other grains, you can offer another experience… it’s another aroma, another texture, another shape.”
Learn more about the craze that’s sweeping Parisian bakeries, right here.
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