Here are some links to some other helpful websites to help you out with a range of aspects of gluten free living. Happy clicking!
We have a very active Facebook page, so if you’re already on Facebook go check it out! We post about recipes, websites we’ve discovered and also great new products we have in store. Post your questions on the wall and we’ll do our best to answer them. Many of our other customers will happily lend a hand too.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Coeliac disease this is the first port of call for finding information on your illness. It’s also a great place to go to if you think you or someone you know may have Coeliac disease. The Coeliac Society are a not-for-profit organisation who help those diagnosed with Coeliac, or medically required to be on a gluten free diet for other reasons.
Allergy NZ are a great charity organisation to aid people dealing with a range of allergies – from gluten and wheat through to antibiotics and latex. They are a membership based, not-for-profit society providing information, education and support to many Kiwi’s affected by allergies.
This is a great place to go for product reviews and recipes. It’s also a forum where you can ask questions or help people out with information or ideas.
If you are looking for simple gluten free recipes that aren’t full of weird impossible-to-find ingredients, then this is the place to go. Just pop ‘gluten free recipes’ into the search field to get started. There are some great articles on gluten free living as well. Well worth checking out.
Jim is a nutritionist and chef based in West Auckland and offers information, tips and recipes through his website. If you’re just keen on the recipes, check out his blog: siciliankiwicooking.blogspot.com
If you just click on Gluten Free in the ‘Recipe Type’ box it will bring up a list of more than 50 easy gluten free recipes created in New Zealand for New Zealand families.
This is for the more experienced gluten free chefs out there. These recipes take time, patience and sometimes ingredients substitutions. Karina is from the US, and there are some ingredients in her recipes that you can’t easily get in NZ. A great place to visit for some inspiration.