In which she trials a mostly-gluten-free diet

February 19, 2011 · 6 comments

Kinda.

Well, cutting out and finding replacements for all those OMG I’m just wheat products.

To see how I go. I’m not going stress too much if there isn’t a suitable option to fit with it. Because stressing about it will only make it worse.

I think it’s working for me.

It’s not not working.

(I also haven’t had diet coke in about 5 weeks. That must be good for me too, hey?)

Plus the bread from my bread maker tastes like the olive oil I put in it :) Bonus!

See how this goes. Looking for blogs of course to steal ideas from. ;)

(Oh and first time lucky, I liked the packet mix Orgran gluten free bread mix. Nice to start off well.)

Orgran Gluten Free Breadmix

Orgran Gluten Free Breadmix

Orgran Gluten Free Breadmix

{ 6 comments }

1 Hannah February 19, 2011 at 10:23 pm

Wow, that looks pretty impressive for gluten-free bread made at home! High five, m’dear! Oh, and I completely agree/support making a decision like this but knowing that getting obsessive about it won’t help at all. Here’s to easy-breezy approaches to life (something I need to work on myself too ;) )

2 Fiona February 19, 2011 at 10:35 pm

it was really esy to slice!!!

I have a brown one to try this week

3 Beet February 21, 2011 at 12:16 am

Looks good :)

4 Michelle February 21, 2011 at 8:35 pm

Deek’s Bakery is good for all things Gluten Free and the Country Life Bakery bread is good, if somewhat expensive.

http://intolerantchef.blogspot.com/
and
http://brazen20au.blogspot.com/search/label/gluten%20free
are two Canberra bloggers following a GF diet.

Good luck!

5 Fiona February 21, 2011 at 9:24 pm

Thanks for the links Michelle! Haven’t made it to Deeks, but will find myself there soon I’m sure

6 Fiona February 21, 2011 at 9:26 pm

Oh I yeah, liked the Country Life bread, but pricey! Might try to create my own fruit loaf.

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