What could be more British than celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a spot of afternoon tea. But what does one do if one has specific dietary requirements?
Traditionally served between 3 and 5pm, afternoon tea has long been a royal affair, with Queen Elizabeth II reportedly opting for jam before cream on her scones – the order toppings are put on is a decades-long debate amongst Brits.
From the calming clink of china to dainty finger foods, it’s a quintessentially British tradition that offers a taste of regality. But all that cream, sugar and pastry can be rather unfriendly to those with different dietary needs, so here’s a list of
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