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Breakfast time is my favourite meal of the day. I should probably say that breakfast food is my favourite because no matter what time of day, I always consider a bowl, mug or cup of cereal a great idea! Recently I’ve been trying to vary my breakfast food a little and hot grains served with
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Could quinoa be unsuitable for some celiacs? Some folks think, possibly. I keep hearing about this quinoa possibly not being safe for celiacs malarky. There don’t seem to be any concrete findings on this issue as yet but I decided I was too intrigued by the possibility of quinoa being another dodgy grain for celiacs
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Gluten free dinner time for me tends to involve a lot of different veggies plus tofu, egg, beans, meat, fish or a combination. In terms of gluten free grains I like rice, quinoa and amaranth. My favourite gluten free dinner of all time is probably chilli con carne. I also love egg, veggie and kimchi
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What do celiacs eat for lunch? Last week I posted an article on what celiacs eat for breakfast for which I got some good feedback so I thought it would be interesting to ask some of you what you eat for lunch. I know I’m always looking for new ideas to try so hopefully you too
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I love quinoa and I love avocado so really how could any recipe which combines the two not be good? This very simple recipe is one of my lunchtime favourites.
Plant Cafe Organic is another option for gluten free travellers looking for somewhere safe to eat out when in San Francisco. The restaurant’s kitchen is not 100% gluten free but staff do all they can to prevent cross contamination. They have a bunch of gluten free options on their menu at three locations in the
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I spent a little over a week in Chile….what a beautiful country! However, they are definitely not as coeliac friendly as their Argentine neighbours! I only visited Valparaiso and San Pedro de Atacama so I can’t speak for the entire country but from speaking to Chilean people and from my research, Chile is not the
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