Summer is finally on the horizon, and that means many of us will soon be heading abroad. If you’re travelling, whether it’s for work or play, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is gluten making its way into your food. We’ve put together some of our favourite tips on how to travel gluten free, so you can get on with the more important things.
Cutting gluten from your diet is a big step. We’ve put together a few small changes and tips that can help break up the transition, and stop it seeming too intimidating a task.
Trust us, it’s not a silly question! In fact, it’s one of the most common things we get asked at events. So, are oats gluten free, or not?
The (very) short answer to this is yes – technically, oats don’t contain gluten. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe for coeliacs or gluten-avoiders to eat…
We build on our Technical Director Imran’s explanation of what gluten is, and explain why it’s hard for some of us to eat.
Our Delicious Alchemy HQ is full of people living with coeliac disease, gluten allergies or gluten intolerances. Because of this, we really understand what it’s like going gluten free for health reasons, simply because we’ve done it ourselves.
To help you on your gluten free journey, we’ve pulled together our list of what we’ve learnt along the way…
After 4 weeks of campaigning, the #DACrowdfund has come to an end!
We want to say a huge thank you to everyone that supported us. Our final sum was £1,635 which will help us on our way to producing and publishing the ultimate gluten free guide book – “Goodbye Gluten, Hello Delicious”.
Although we did not reach our goal of £16,000, we are still looking to make this book. A reference of this kind would be such a huge helping hand to those who are starting out on a restricted diet, and could give new ideas to more experienced coeliacs.
Our Founder Emma Killilea went live on BBC Radio Sheffield this week to raise awareness of the The Delicious Alchemy Charitable Foundation.
As a coeliac, Emma is passionate about helping improve the lives of people on restricted diets – day by day. The Foundation will help to achieve this aim by donating gluten free food to UK food banks supported by the Trussell Trust, and helping research programmes and other charities improve the lives of those on free from diets.
Our first fundraising project for the Foundation is almost at its end – we are raising funds to create the ultimate gluten free guide book to help those on restricted diets adjust to their new lifestyle. ‘Goodbye Gluten, Hello Delicious’ is being written by Emma, and we need YOUR help to make it happen! Click here to find out more about the #DACrowdfund.
We are now one week into the #DACrowdfund! In our first week, we have received over £1,000 in donations – and we are absolutely thrilled! This milestone is a real achievement, and we are super grateful to all of you who have donated so far.
Our good friend Glutarama has put together a short video, explaining why she chose to support our project, and how it may have helped her if our book was available when her daughter was diagnosed coeliac, seven years ago.