Frankly, most gluten-free breads are grim, but a few years ago I discovered the Wheat Free Bakery Direct. Their breads are very good indeed...
Low FODMAP meals at home? No problem. Eating out? Possibly a different matter entirely, at least at the beginning.
It wasn't intentional, but personally I like the imagery that the title of this thread conjures up. But if you're feeling a bit queasy, then please be assured there are no tales of a terrible dietary incident on a winter holiday...
Perhaps not a natural pairing of topics, but there is a link. However, if you just want to look at the recipe for pork stew (which is lovely), please feel free to skip the waffle and scroll straight to the bottom of the page.
Admittedly, breakfast tends to be my least balanced meal of the day. I like something hot and reasonably filling when I wake up, it's just not a time of day when I generally enjoy fruit, vegetables or seeds. These are the breakfasts that work well for me.
I love a nice bowl of soup, especially in colder weather (which is 10 months of the year in northern England), and it's a great way to get a variety of different vegetables into a light meal. Each time I make soup, I cook up a big pot and freeze what isn't eaten right away... Continue Reading →
I was determined to stick to the low FODMAP diet while on a short break in Amsterdam. Here are some of the things that helped me stay on track.
I have a big pot of low FODMAP bolognese simmering away on the hob. Enough to make spaghetti bolognese, a lasagne and a moussaka, saving me cooking time on a couple of other days.