Top Swaps for Gluten Free Food

Simple swaps for gluten free staples from Kirsty, our content manager who last year was diagnosed with coeliac disease. If you’ve been missing some of your old store cupboard essentials, try this handy list of swaps to help you mix up your menu without breaking the bank.  Tortilla wraps – taco shells Tortilla wraps are Read more about Top Swaps for Gluten Free Food[…]

managing student budget with allergies

Gluten-Free on a Budget: 5 Top tips for following a gluten free diet without breaking the bank.

As a student with coeliac disease our content manager Kirsty has been working hard to balance her student budget with her dietary needs. Here are Kirsty’s top tips she learnt from going gluten-free while living on a student budget: 1. Bulk Buy your faves like gluten free is going out of fashion:  If you pop into Read more about Gluten-Free on a Budget: 5 Top tips for following a gluten free diet without breaking the bank.[…]

International Student with Food Allergies

Managing Allergies as an International Student

Malavika is an International Student from India studying her Master’s Degree in the UK. This is challenging enough, but figuring out what is safe to eat in another country and a different language is a whole other level. With allergies to peanuts, mustard, citric fruit and shellfish, Malavika shares her story with us: 1. How Read more about Managing Allergies as an International Student[…]

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Veganism doesn’t have to be scary.

Amy is a plant-based food blogger, recipe developer, content creator, food stylist and photographer, creating and sharing vegan recipes to nourish your soul and body, alongside inspirational messages.  1. How long have you been a vegan for and what lead you to a vegan diet? I’ve been plant-based for almost 3 years now although it Read more about Veganism doesn’t have to be scary.[…]

Interview with Coeliac Disease Sufferer GlutenFreeRhii

“A crumb won’t hurt you” Unless you have Coeliac Disease

Rhianne was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease while studying at university when she was 21 years old. As a food lover this required a huge learning curve as it affected her health and social life dramatically. Rhianne decided to start her blog GlutenFreeRhii to create a guide to help fellow coeliacs adjust to this new way of Read more about “A crumb won’t hurt you” Unless you have Coeliac Disease[…]