Grain Free Living is having some long delayed and much needed updates to the bits that work in the backend thats makes the front end all pretty. Its a big job. There is alot of website and only little old me to do it.
If you find a broken link, a 404 page not found error, a missing part that you would really like put back thanks, please send me an email or leave a note on the facebook page so I can follow it up.
How to cope when your diet is different to everyone else’s and it feels like you can’t eat anything.
Living with long term food sensitivities isn’t easy. It’s navigating your way in a mine-field where your body seems to betray you at every turn. It can be depressing and extremely frustrating. It can also be lonely, especially if you are surrounded by friends with apparently cast-iron guts who have absolutely no way of empathising or understanding your unique stance on food.
A nice loaf of bread that does not crumble and is not dry.
Suitable for children with a Salicylate allergy (yep, it's failsafe). Gluten Free, nut free, soy free, egg free and dairy free AND it still tastes good! You need an accurate pair of scales for this recipe.
The benefits of a grain-free diet has been proven through the personal experience of hundreds of people worldwide who have experienced significant relief from symptoms of crohn's disease (and many other illnesses of the digestive system) and also for chronic fatigue.
Our most recent articles with useful information relevant to those following a grain-free and gluten-free and otherwise limited diet.
Here are the most recent recipes added to Grain Free Living. Nearly all the recipes here have been made by me and tested (ie: eaten) by our family and friends, so I know they work. You can also browse our recipe's through the menu or use the search button to look for it by name or ingredient.
This website has been developed as a community resource for those who, due to health reasons or preference, are following a grain free lifestyle. We hope you find it helpful and inspiring!
COMMON SENSE REMINDER: The views expressed in this website are personal opinion only. We are not health practitioners. You should always check with your doctor or qualified health practitioner, and be prepared to take full responsibility for your own health, actions and choices in life.
General Recipe Notes
All recipes measurements are in METRIC. If you wish to convert to imperial please use the convertor tool supplied on each recipe page and use the same (either all metric or all imperial) for the whole recipe.
Some points for American readers on metric measurements are:
1 cup is 250ml which is slightly larger than the imperial 1 cup of an 8 oz measure. 1 tblspoon is 20 ml which again is slightly larger than the imperial tablespoon measure of 15ml. In most recipes this should not make too much of a difference, especially if you exchange all metric for all imperial. Cookie recipes need accuracy however so if your cookies are not turning out (either too soft or spreading too much) the problem will most likely be the measures.
Nearly all recipes are cooked in a moderate 180°C oven, which is 350 °F / Gas 4.