Re UK Gluten Free Beer: from Dave on 2006-06-14
I am from the U.S. and would like to know if I am able to purchase this Gluten free beer here in the states or if I am able to buy and have it shipped here.
vegetarian and gluten free: from sarah on 2006-06-15
I have just been diagnosed with having Coeliacs. The idea of cutting out so much food that i love was bad enough, but thing is that Im also vegearian, as i have been since i was 10 (am 18 now). This isnt going to leave me with much choice. Any suggestions?
vegetarian and gluten free: from Peter on 2006-06-15
You must make sure that you get plenty of variety in your diet, and you don't eat the same things all the time.
I hope that you have learn't how to cook - because you will have to learn in order to get plenty of variety.
I hope also that you eat fish, eggs and dairy produce, otherwise you will have to think very carefully about keeping to the vegetarian aspect of your diet.
You can make a wide variety of meals from fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, rice, potato, sweetcorn / maize, sweet potato. Go out into the food supermarket and look at the range of fresh produce on the shelves.
Re UK Gluten Free Beer: from ann pinnegar on 2006-06-15
my name is margaret pinnegar i am a coeliac iwould like to find out where to get gluten free beer from i have been to my local co op but they did not have any they might have some in this weekend please could you help me thank you
Re Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from Liz Frater on 2006-06-20
I have heard that there is a company which makes gluten free oatmeal. I cannot find it on google. Can you e-mail me the information?
Re UK Gluten Free Beer: from forrest on 2006-06-22
i have had celiacs disease for over 35 years and am interested in a gluten free beer. i have heard that a beer named sappora from japan is a rice beer, have you heard of this ? i live in roanoke virginia,usa and have looked at all the major food chains and cannot find any gluten free beers. any help would be greatly appreciated
Re UK Gluten Free Beer: from Chris Atkinson on 2006-07-19
Nigerian Guinness now available at Tesco.
If you've never tried this, then worth a try. I've been registered coelic for the last 4 years, and have become quite partial to this. As it's brewed from sorghun instead of wheat, and has a sufficiently low gluten content my dietician has confirmed it is ok to drink.
I actually prefer the roasted taste to that of Irish Guinness...
Re UK Gluten Free Beer: from john on 2006-08-12
does anyone know of retailers who stock gf beer in inner London? thanks
Re Wheatfree = Gluten Free: from karen Jankavich on 2006-09-25
Did you get any responses for GF oatmeal? I am also looking for it and would be interested in finding who puts it out and where it can be purchased.
Gluten free suet: from John Chapman on 2006-11-05
My grandson who suffers with coeliac disease is visiting us at Christmas. Can anybody please help my wife souce Gluten Free Suet.