Fodmap Diet

My Almond Tabbouleh Recipe and Why It Has No Wheat

Christopher James Clark | Posted 30.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Christopher James Clark

Tabbouleh, a traditional Middle Eastern dish, offers dense nutrition and bold, delicious flavors. For the millions of people avoiding wheat, however, tabbouleh's inclusion of bulgur spoils the fun. Omitting the bulgur is an option, but swapping in germinated almonds is far more interesting. We'll get to the recipe, but first let's briefly give wheat the benefit of the doubt.

Pancake Day: Free From Everything but Pancakes

Diane Taylor | Posted 21.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Diane Taylor

Unlike the modern day, rich foods in a traditional household would have consisted of sugar, fat, flour and eggs. Now I can't imagine in the 15th century (first records of pancake day and pancake tossing) they cared about intolerances or that a need for gluten and dairy free existed but, fast forward a few hundred years, or a wee bit more, and there is most definitely a need.

Fodmap Classics: Beef Ragu

Diane Taylor | Posted 25.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Diane Taylor

As a foodie, when I first started on a low Fodmap diet, panic set in that I would never again enjoy some of the gorgeous, classic dishes that I had be...

Fodmap: A Relief for a Right Pain in the Arse

Diane Taylor | Posted 15.02.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Diane Taylor

At times over the past 13 years poo has had much more than a second thought from me. That and the pain I was under on a daily basis, muted on good days, and so sharp and debilitating on bad days. I have gone home from nights out with friends, sat in the toilet for an hour at work and for the sake of emphasis and because I am not the only one, I have pooed my pants.