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My top 5 low FODMAP foodie swaps

When first reading the endless  list of high FODMAP foods I was convinced I was going to be living a life of tasteless food forever. Previously throwing in as many cloves of garlic, onions and mushrooms into every dish I cooked I felt very overwhelmed and confused at what I actually could eat However, over the years I’ve learnt that being low in FODMAP doesn’t mean low in taste and with a few swaps and…

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Eating out with allergies and intolerances – how to!?

Eating out has always been one of my favourite treats in life, and even before menu research became a must I have always been obsessed with reading reviews and conducting daily check on the menu to reconfirm my excitement for my chosen dish. However, having IBS and food intolerances changes the vibe and it can be quite easy to let it take the fun out of eating out… How do you explain your needs to the…

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Choosing a FODMAP friendly restaurant

I recently wrote a blog post on how to safely eat out on a low FODMAP diet. The post includes a bit of a step-by-step guide, but I wanted to provide a bit more detail on step 1 “do your research”. Choosing the right place to eat can be quite time consuming, and sometimes frustrating. However if you get it right, you can avoid a lot of awkwardness when you actually get there, plus the…

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Chicken Satay Courgetti

Peanut butter is my absolute downfall (along with chocolate, cheese and pretty much everything else!). I’ve had to ban it from my desk and hide it on the top shelf at home to stop me shovelling it in at any given opportunity. However, I figured it is kinda acceptable if you eat it with your greens rather than by the tablespoon. Chicken satay has become one of my favourite go-to mid-week recipes, and since discovering…

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