If you have just found out that gluten is now banned from your diet for one reason or another, you have my condolences. But do not fret. It’s not as bad as it sounds. It just takes a little adaptation. I’ve been through it, and I promise I lead a normal life. Sometimes, I even completely forget that I’m coeliac. (I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to run after the waiter at Pizza Express, having forgotten to specify that I needed the base to be GF.
The most important thing is not to let it define you. You don’t have a problem. Gluten does. Let me help you.
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It’s finally starting to look like Summer! And with it comes the perfect excuse to make my favourite – Gazpachooo (not that any excuse is needed).
It is a bit of a dangerous one though – every time I make gazpacho I remember how much I adore it and it becomes my meals for the next week until I force myself to eat something else – it’s too delicious! And now that everything’s in season, your gazpacho will taste like heaven.
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This is the ultimate Sprig / Summer salad for an easy light lunch or a quick healthy snack – and even though it doesn’t really require any work, it is 100% guaranteed to impress your friends and family with its beautiful natural colours. The beetroot in all its splendour.
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A bit of a mouthful, yes…
But now who doesn’t love a little something crispy?
This tangy, asian-inspired dish will restore any-one’s love for tofu. Also, it’s gluten-free, and us coeliac’s don’t have a whole lot of crispy-crunchy stuff on offer. Also, it’s beautiful and colourful. Also, it’s healthy. Nothing more to be said. I rest my case. <3
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Saffron is such a great addition to any porridge, bringing not only a gorgeous colour, but also a sweet depth of flavour that warms you right through to the soul. I hope you enjoy this simple yet wholesome porridge – the perfect way to start the day.
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For those who want to pimp up their hummus with big colour, little effort and extra veg!
And for the beetroot haters – the dreaded flavour really isn’t overwhealming, have a try – I guarantee you’ll love it!
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Rhubarb is truly one of my favourite fruits; it’s gorgeous in every way: aspect, colour, taste, versatility. I absolutely love it’s acidity that perfectly cuts through a creamy yoghurt or cake or pudding and adds an extra depth of flavour.
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A gorgeous exotic pudding that will, without a doubt, give you just enough zing to get the day going and put a big fat smile on your face 🙂
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A hearty little bowl of goodness that will warm you right up in this cold weather. And a great alternative use of quinoa! Its light texture and slightly nutty taste work wonders with the honey and cashew nut butter.
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A gorgeous granola with extra crispy twangs from the tiny buckwheat seeds, chewiness from the dried figs and Speculoos-style comfort from the intense muscovado – this is just such a heart-warming treat to have in the mornings (or any time of day as a matter of fact). Definitely something to try, not only with your breakfast yoghurt, but also as a salad topping or with as a garnish on your roasted chicken breast. Granola is such a versatile product and it’s just so quick to make a large batch which will last you for days.
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