Relieve bloating, wind, stomach pain and poor digestion with these simple exercises! Read More
Come say HI to me at the Sydney Gluten Free Expo this weekend 30th/31st August!
I’ll be the one in the silly (but awesome!) Thank Heavens’ T-shirt🙂
Can’t wait to meet you!
This is info that we can’t say enough times, and the photo literally says more than a thousand words!
…that if you follow Thank Heavens on Twitter and Instagram you’ll see things that never reaches the blog. Such as instant restaurant and product tweets, really cool info that I happen to come across, and the odd picture of something awesomely glutenfree -like that insanely delicious chocolate mud cake!
I got glutened last week. Again! And again it happened after what seemed like an endless conversation about pitfalls, followed by nodding and quite convincing agreeance. Never the less, somewhere between waitress and chef the message got lost. Why must it be so hard? Read More
Ever wished you had a little Gluten Free baking genie to turn to in the flour department?
GlutenFreeGus has made an absolutely delightful list of Gluten Free positives! I adore🙂
Could we really be drinking gluten every day?
I’m not a fan of spreading fear, and I don’t want you choking on your coffee right now. I do however believe in making information available so that each of us can form our own opinion. And why shouldn’t gluten find its way into my coffee? After all, it does have an uncanny way of popping up in the most inconvenient of places.. Read More
Keep a herb garden, it’s a very good idea. Sure the watering will drive you crazy, but you can pop out and collect fresh, flavorful herbs at any time for any meal.
I use it in hot food, salads, breads, drinks, desserts, decoration, you name it.
Not only will herbs lift the flavor of whatever you’re cooking, it will probably also lift your health. And maybe your mood. It works for me🙂 Read More
Just thought I’d mention that I found a good pasta brand.
I hate mushy, soggy, wet and overcooked pasta. Pasta that swells up and fills the pot, disappears through the strainer and dissolves when you try to stab at it with your fork.
San Remo does it better. I really like their fettuccine. Al dente, at last.