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Wheat-free Treats for Gluten Intolerant People

It’s Coeliac Awareness Week at the moment, you can find out a bit more on this post. I’m blogging a few recipes and ideas about how you can support friends and family who can’t have gluten. My sister Deborah is intolerant to wheat, and although that’s not anywhere near as bad as having coeliac disease, she does have to be careful about avoiding wheat. Here is her story. Oh, so what happens to you? The above question is one I am asked each time I admit to being on a  ...

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Simple gluten-free burgers 

This week, I’m trying a few gluten-free recipes, as it’s Coeliac Awareness Week. Find out more on my last post here. Last night, I made these gluten-free burgers, which I paired up with McCains oven chips – delish! I used normal rolls, but you’d obviously need to use gluten-free ones if you’re on a gluten-free diet. I adapted the recipe from this one from Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food, which, incidentally, I think is a great book – we use it all  ...

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Easy gluten-free ‘risotto’ that even my 4 year old liked!

Did you know that one in every 100 people in the UK suffer from coeliac disease? But, according to Coeliac UK, only 24% of these people have been diagnosed. Here is some more information about the causes and symptoms. This week, it’s Coeliac Awareness Week, and although I don’t suffer from the disease, I do know a couple of people who have it, and have seen how stressful it can be to find food that they can eat without triggering a whole lot of dreadful symptoms. My sister  ...

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