Hi all, and welcome back to week 3 of How to get free and discounted gluten and dairy-free food. You’ll see I’ve changed the title slightly this week as it includes other types of products including supplements, juice shots and protein powder. Either way, there’s still loads of bargains! A quick head’s up, week’s round-up is sponsored by Groupon, who asked me to share my top tips for finding bargains and discounts- whilst being gluten and dairy free.     Remember to have a read of  Week 1’s blog post(for  free gluten-free starter boxes, genius bread and Schar vouchers) and Week 2’s blog post ( for free cooking sauces, Hippeas, tuna fillers) (many offers are still valid) and keep up to date with my bargains my following my Facebook page, Instagram and my new gluten-free money saving weekly newsletter (where I’ll… View Post

This evening, I’ve got a really exciting new recipe to share- and a giveaway! I’ve finally got my hands on an Old El Paso’s Gluten Free Fajita kit! After looking on Ocado, Waitrose and Sainsburys (where it was all sold out), I finally managed to track it down in Tesco’s today. And what better way to celebrate being snowed-in than with a huge plate of fajitas. Stay tuned to the end of the post to see how you can win your own month’s supply of gluten-free fajitas!   So what do you get in the kit?   –8 Gluten Free Tortillas (these are bigger than the corn ones you can get in Sainsbury’s which is amazing as you feel as if it can properly hold a filling!) -1 gluten-free (and… View Post

 I can categorically, one-hundred percent say: I have had enough of eating out. Yes, me, the person who is a huge advocate of finding gluten-free restaurants. I’ve blogged about amazing gluten-free dining in London, Birmingham and Cambridge– and on the whole, my experiences have been really positive. But after three bad experiences over the last few months or so, I’ve decided to do something I thought I’d never do in a blog post: I’m going to name and shame. Why? Because in the past, I’ve tried complaining to the manager, explaining my point, or even tagging someone on Twitter. But an apology is futile-and what those of us who are gluten-free need is not an apology but information on places to avoid in the future; the chance not to make… View Post