Written by Lucy. In May of this year I was lucky enough to get to spend 5 days in the beautiful Polish city of Krakow. Renowned for its architecture, Krakow is a vibrant and exciting place with a rich... Continue Reading →
Written by Lucy. Let’s be honest, there are times when living on a gluten free diet completely sucks. If you’ve recently been diagnosed you may feel that your life has been turned upside down, and that your new diet... Continue Reading →
Enjoy our free content? Want to win gluten free food and prizes? See our Patreon for more info and exclusive content! Like us on Facebook for more content! By Lucy. Leggero is an entirely gluten free restaurant serving modern Italian cuisine on London’s vibrant... Continue Reading →
If you’ve been following our blog for a while you should know that we are not militant about vegetarianism – we adhere to a strict policy of live and let live (if you’re wondering why, or angered by this then please read here and read here before commenting). I was recently asked by a reader who is considering transitioning to vegetarianism for help with this and so I decided to compile my thoughts into a blog post. As I have been vegetarian all my life, Lucy is co-writing this post with me to bring both perspectives to our advice.
At the beginning of February, I had the pleasure of spending a long weekend in Manchester for the Roller Derby World Cup. Roller derby is a female-lead full contact team sport played on roller skates, and this was the first time the World Cup had been hosted anywhere outside of North America. Between watching hard hitting games played by my derby heroes, I had to take the time to explore Manchester, and see what gluten free food this exciting city had to offer.
For the past 3 years I have worked hard on this blog, built up a following, set a posting schedule and tried my best to campaign for better options for all of us. Lucy and I have done all of this without earning a penny, now we have set up a way to earn a little bit so that Lucy and I can travel further, campaign harder and create more. All of the money will be going right back into the blog. I would like to assure those of you who don't wish to donate that you will still be getting the same content - recipes every Monday and blog posts every Friday. We are not asking you to pay for the service that we are already providing.
Enjoy our free content? Want to win gluten free food and prizes? See our Patreon for more info and exclusive content! This recipe is inspired by holidays in Turkey, and the local dish Imam Bayildi (which translates to ‘fainted priest’).... Continue Reading →