Date: Monday 3rd November 2014
It's been unseasonably warm this year, with Halloween even being the warmest on record according to the BBC. But incase this mild weather isn't here to stay, we've compiled our 3 winning websites to help warm up coeliacs' November!
So before we lose ourselves in a whirr of wish-lists, late-night shopping and gluten free mince pies (recipe here), there's hopefully time to enjoy the unique delights of the season!
If you're already missing the sun and planning a tropical break (or just fancy a day's shopping in another town!). GlutenfreeRoads.com is a worldwide website which helps you find gluten free restaurants, hotels and supermarkets which stock gluten free foods, to help
you make the most of your trip.
The best thing at GlutenfreeRoads.com is that the locations are also rated by other gluten free visitors themselves! All this is available in a handy app for your phone, which is completely free to use. Download the app here.
At Glutafin we love vegetables, which are naturally gluten free. November is the season for the humble spud. So if you like comforting, home-style recipes with a twist, who's better to inspire you than ‘The Naked Chef’ himself?
Jamie Oliver's website has a recipe section dedicated to special diets for people with coeliac disease, food allergies and intolerances; none of which hold back on taste!
Theintolerantgourmet.com is a beautiful website dedicated to regaining the love and enjoyment found in knowing recipes are safe to eat, as well as being delicious!
Written by Pippa, an advocate for allergy-free food for everyone, this site combines heart-warming writing and beautiful, mouth-watering photography; a real feast for all the senses!
We hope these websites keep you entertained and well-fed as the cold nights set in. If we didn’t feature your favourite coeliac or gluten free website, please get in touch! Tweet us @glutafin, message us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Glutafin Team
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