In which she trials a mostly-gluten-free diet

February 19, 2011 · 6 comments


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


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 ;) )

Fiona February 19, 2011 at 10:35 pm

it was really esy to slice!!!

I have a brown one to try this week

Beet February 21, 2011 at 12:16 am

Looks good :)

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.
are two Canberra bloggers following a GF diet.

Good luck!

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

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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