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Gluten Free for You & Me

lynmynott
lynmynottAdministrator

Anne Pinner has just set up a new website called Gluten Free for You & Me which sells gluten free cake and biscuit mixes and a gluten free recipe book (which will be available to purchase from 6th September).

Anne started to suffer symptoms and was finally diagnosed with two autoimmune disorders in 2016.

She received some advice about going gluten free and found that she had less flareups of her conditions. This prompted her to create some gluten free foods that tasted as good as non-gluten free foods.

She then wrote her gluten free cookbook with recipes that had been tried out on unsuspecting gluten eaters who had no idea they were gluten free and really enjoyed them.

The cookbook has some delicious recipes in it including starters, mains, salads, desserts and cakes.

The cake and biscuit mixes include gingerbread, lemon drizzle cake and carrot cake and they all look amazing.

Anne is very kindly donating £1 to Thyroid UK for every cookbook purchased and 50p for every cake mix purchased.

In order for us to receive these donations, a code needs to be used. If you purchase the cookbook and/or any of the cake mixes, please enter HU2018 in the “Promotional Code” box and this will ensure that we receive donations from Gluten Free for You & Me.

For more information about Gluten Free for You & Me go to:

glutenfreeforyouandme.co.uk/

5 Replies
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are any of the recipes egg and dairy free as well?!

lynmynott
lynmynottAdministrator in reply to crimple

I'm afraid I don't know. I'll ask her.

lynmynott
lynmynottAdministrator in reply to crimple

Most of the cake mixes would need eggs but a lot of them are dairy free.

There are some savoury recipes in the book that do not need eggs or dairy.

I've got graves disease, would this book be good for me? And would it be easy to get ingredients as I've never tried going gluten-free?

lynmynott
lynmynottAdministrator in reply to Sweetpea1157

As far as I am aware, going gluten free is a good idea for anyone with thyroid antibodies. The ingredients are much easier to get now than they were before. I know a lot of supermarkets sell gluten free products.

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