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These gluten free, spicy peanut butter potato cakes are a great recipe if you’ve got some leftover mashed potatoes that you fancy turning into something tasty. This dish makes a particularly yummy breakfast. I do realise that quite a few of my recent recipes have involved peanut butter in some way or another and that
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I’ve been a HUGE fan of peanut butter for a long time now but I’ve only recently been introduced to it’s lovely nutty cousin, almond butter and so far I’m very impressed. I’ve been using a lot of almond milk recently so it’s no surprise that I enjoy almond butter too.
Planning a city break or a long weekend somewhere new? Gluten free travelling to a location you haven’t yet explored can be stressful if you’re aren’t ready for it. Where will I eat? What will I eat? What if I get sick? What if I don’t speak the language? I’ve been on many gluten
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Amaranth is an exciting gluten free grain that I had been hearing about for a while but only very recently did I manage to get my hands on some. Since posting on Twitter and my Facebook page about this new discovery I’ve had a lot of questions. It appears that many of us in the
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I haven’t been eating oats much in the last two years. Whilst certified gluten free oats are meant to be safe for celiacs, I decided to keep oats from my diet until I was feeling 100% better. That way it would be obvious if I am one of the celiacs who aren’t able to tolerate
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Yabadabadoo!!!! The Flintstones don’t like gluten either. Post is following in the footsteps of General Mills, making the decision to re brand one of their top cereals as gluten free! Five different varieties of Â Chex have filled the shelves of many a gluten free household for a while but they now have a prehistoric companion…
I have been struggling to find gluten free cereal in Buenos Aires and when I came across something called Polenta in the supermarket, it looked like something that could make for a possible porridge substitute.
New York City was the first stop on my first big travelling adventure since being diagnosed. I came prepared with ‘just in case’ gluten free treats from home but I was in Manhattan and I wanted to see what fabulous gluten free delights this city had to offer. Despite being in the big apple, I
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Our rally (5000 miles from Scotland to Estonia in a Â£100 Ford Escort!)Â took us through the entirety of Norway and what an amazingly beautiful country it is. We spent time in Oslo, Trondheim, Fauske, Tromso and Nordkapp. I’m happy to report that Norway was very celiac friendly. Awareness and abundance of safe products is high
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