Saturday, 27 October 2012

Allergy Show North. (Photo Heavy)

Today I've had a lovely day in sunny Liverpool. Wow it was cold, but the sun was shining and the skies were very blue. Thankfully I had my new Hollister coat on, I managed to persuade mammy and daddy to buy me my Winter coat for Christmas, so I was very snug! We went to Liverpool to go to the Allergy and Free From Show, as you all know I have a Gluten intolorence so I got a free ticket to go and try out lots of samples.

There were lots of brands I'd never heard of before, which were fab and great to see so many people in the same situation as me. It actually made me feel quite 'normal' as some people were suffering with lots of different allergies. I also got chance to try some gluten free brands that I've seen, but not got round to trying. I now have so favourite brands I'll be looking out for!

BT convention centre//Glutafin Stand//Pancake mix//Freebies
//Samples//GF Oats//DS Breakfast Rolls

Sorry for the photo heavyness, but I got a little excited.. I cant wait to make some flapjacks with those oats! I'm excited about the breakfast rolls too! It was nice to go around and know I could just try whatever I wanted as everything was GF. I've found a new brand of bread I'm in love with Glutafin white loaf - tastes EXACTLY like the real thing, with a bit of Lurpak, yum! I also discovered Fria a Swedish GF brand, but unfortunately it's only available online and the P&P is ridiculous!!

I hope I haven't bored you too much, but I know there is other people out there with food problems and IBS so this is for them! And anyone else that would like to give some GF stuff a try, I promise it isn't as bad as it sounds.

Katie xx



  1. I can't stand that bread! reminds me of plastic food! I like the Genius seeded loaf, when toasted I find it the same. I might go to one of these events one day, they seem useful! good post xx

  2. This is such a good idea! My cousin has an intolerance too and she's always stuck for stuff to get!

  3. I've been to the show a couple of times in London, it's always great to find new product you can eat, trouble is trying to find stockists where you live. Waitrose/Ocado always seem to be expanding their free from range.

  4. this looks like a great show, I've been wanting to get hold of Bob's Red Mill products over here for a while. x


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