Great to add to soups, when cooking rice, steaming veg, roasting veg. Gives a good flavour to whatever your cooking.
Soy sauce is a sneaky little thing, its often not suspected by non-coeliacs as containing the enemy. So here’s a great soy sauce that you can enjoy. It tastes yummy sprinkled on toasted sunflower seeds.
A paste made from ground sesame seeds this is essential for making home-made hummus and is an excellent spread for rice cakes. Most importantly it is a great source of calcium, something coeliacs need to be sure we’re getting enough off as we have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis. It is also a good source of protein and is easy to digest.
Add this nutritious spice to soups, curries or add a pinch to egg salad. It has a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties and studies show it can be used in a variety of cases medicinally.
Added to stir fry with lemon juice creates a tangy flavour, put in smoothies or slice it up, pop it in a cup and pour over some boiling water for some fresh ginger tea. Ginger tea assists digestion, helps improve the immune system and soothes tummy ache. Its great for cleansing.