Ceoliac Awareness Week – Win The Comple Guide to Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Cooking

To highlight Ceoliac Awareness Week (10-16 May) I’ve got 5 copies of The Complete Guide to Gluten Free and Dairy Free Cooking to give away.

Inside there are 200 recipes to accompany advice on allergy sensitivity, nutrition and, of course, cooking yummy food.

I think the author, Glenis Lucas, has covered a wide range of cooking situations in this book. And this is your chance to do so too – so if you want to win send me an email (with your name and address) and I’ll put your name in the draw.

This year’s campaign is all about highlighting how restaurants and the catering sector will be effected by the new law concerning gluten-free food. If you eat gluten-free why not have a chat with your favourite restaurant chef about the challenges of cooking foods without gluten.

4 thoughts on “Ceoliac Awareness Week – Win The Comple Guide to Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Cooking

  1. Please can you put me in the draw for The Complete Guide to Gluten Free and Dairy Free Cooking.

    Thanks!

    Janet

  2. what is the new law? my friend is gluten intolerant and her 3 year old daughter is also on a gluten free diet, as well as a dairy free diet!

  3. The law states that only foods with less than 20 parts per million (ppm) gluten can be sold as “gluten-free”.

    This could now apply to food served in the catering sector where it is not straightforward to reach such a low level. And, when you’re choosing from a menu, it needs to be clear and simple in showing what a ceoliac can and can’t eat.

    So, as I understand it, the campaign is about getting everyone involved in arranging some simple guidelines.

    I’ll probably pick up some more information at the Allergy and Gluten Free Show in London next week.

    You can read more here: http://www.coeliac.org.uk/get-involved/awareness-week-2010/free-for-tea-this-years-awareness-week

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