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There are tons of gluten free recipes here, plus other stuff related to gluten free travel and generally being out and about as a coeliac. You'll also catch my updates at Twitter.

Spicy crispy polenta fish

Published 19 May, 2007

It's not a curry, but it's using thai curry spices, so it's going in the curry recipe section, OK?

Let me know if you have a favourite gluten free curry recipe that you think I should try. The hotter the better ;-)

Gut repair supplements - bugs, bugs, bugs

Published 23 April, 2007

After my first nutritionists appointment for food allergy and coeliac disease, I was sent the first round of supplements to help repair my gut and so moderate my over-active immune response.

The aim is to re-build the paste layer in the gut that has been damaged due to the immune response to... Continue Reading

Stomach acid test review (HCL test)

Published 19 April, 2007

As part of my first nutritionist appointment, I had to take a stomach acid test to test the levels of hydrochloric acid my stomach is producing. The reason for this is that if the stomach is producing too little acid, digestion does not take place properly and so passes under-digested food... Continue Reading

Secretory IgA Test (SIgA) Review

Published 19 April, 2007

As part of my first nutritionist appointment, I had to complete a secretory IgA test. Secretory IgA (part of the immune system) levels are often raised in people with coeliac disease, it says here.

Anyway, the SIgA test is pleasantly painless. All you do is avoid putting anything in your... Continue Reading

Nutritionist appointment 1 for coeliac and food allergy

Published 19 April, 2007

If you've been reading Gluten Free Food Freak for a while, you'll know I have other food allergies. Because of this, and because of my increasing sensitivity to gluten, I decided to consult a nutritionist.

I was recommended a nutritionist who specialises in the immune system and had my first... Continue Reading

Nutty Flapjacks - More Gluten Free Biscuits to Die For

Published 18 April, 2007

Oats replaced with seeds, nuts and buckwheat flakes make these a sustaining gluten free snack.

Apricot Slices - Gluten Free Biscuits to Die For

Published 18 April, 2007

Gluten free biscuits that are even quite good for you with loads of buckwheat flakes.

Gluten free glue to go

Published 9 April, 2007

Coeliacs often run into problems with burger, fishcake or other pattie recipes when they ask for flour. And if, like me, you have an egg allergy too, you may think a gluten free burger is an impossibility.

But no!

The Gluten Free Food Freak is here to tell you it's easy to stick stuff... Continue Reading

Starting as I mean to go on

Published 6 April, 2007

Hello again its Gluten Free Food Buddy here for a second time. This week, after nearly a month of going of the diet rails, I decided that I'm going to make a real effort. I'm not only going to try and stick to my strange new diet but I'm going to make a stand against large monopolising... Continue Reading

Chicken noodle soup

Published 8 March, 2007

If like us you often have a pot of chicken stock simmering on the stove, you might like to try this gluten free chicken noodle soup recipe. It's quick and easy enough to throw together for a last-minute lunch, and tasty enough to impress the vicar if he's round.

Gluten free chicken noodle... Continue Reading

Leftover lamb curry recipe

Published 6 March, 2007

I think there's nothing better in a curry than lamb, and roast lamb is the best. Which makes this one of my favourite gluten free curry recipes.

Quick gluten free lunch - Aduki bean salad

Published 3 March, 2007

Quick and easy, fresh and crunchy lunchy

Avocado and grape salad

Published 28 February, 2007

Howdy peeps, this is my first blog so bare with me!

I've fairly recently discovered I have a few (!) food intolerance's so have joined the food freak club. Which I have been very warmly welcomed in to (i don't know what I'd have done with out the Gluten free food freak and his lovely wife!)

... Continue Reading

Gluten free curry - blackeye bean and spinach

Published 27 February, 2007

Filling, hearty, healthy curry.

Gluten free salmon and caper pasta salad

Published 26 February, 2007

Super-tasty and good for you too.

Gluten free pasta salad - avocado & beans

Published 26 February, 2007

A really filling lunch if you need some protein to keep you going until the end of the day.

Crustless Gluten Free Quiche Recipe - a.k.a. Gluten Free Fritatta

Published 21 February, 2007

Crustless gluten free quiche - genius! Whether you need to eat gluten free food or not, it's a major time-waster making your own pastry, blind baking it, THEN, finally, cooking your quiche. That's bit too much of a time investment for me!

Anyway, onto the crustless gluten free quiche... Continue Reading

Gluten Free Cookie Recipe - Chewy Sultanna Cookies

Published 6 February, 2007

Oh these are good, but only if you can tolerate gluten free oats. They even freeze well.

Easier gluten free recipes!

Published 6 February, 2007

Just a quick note - our gluten free recipes page was getting a bit unwieldy so I've organised it into sections. Hope that makes finding an appropriate gluten free recipes a little easier!

Gluten Free Biscuit Recipe - No Sugar Banana and Maple Syrup Stars

Published 6 February, 2007

Oh-so good biccies, but without the white stuff.

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