Where to eat gluten free: Mora

Mora, Italian Restaurant – 487 High Road Leytonstone, London E11 4PG Cuisine: Italian and Sardinian inspired dishes. Price: ££ – mains cost between £9 & £17. Location: Leytonstone, East London. Gluten-free: Two types of gf pasta available, gf starters and a couple of desserts. East London, my neck of the woods, recently got a new restaurant that is making…

What to buy gluten free: M&S salmon fishcakes

Marks & Spencer have quickly become my frontrunners for last minute, nothing in the fridge trolley-dash, mainly because of the gluten-free ready to cook range that they have rapidly expanded in recent months. Each time I visit the ‘made without’ aisles are growing, particularly the refrigerated section. If you need feeding but have no time to cook from…

Where to eat gluten free: Dishoom

Dishoom, Indian Restaurant – 12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane London WC2H 9FB Cuisine: Indian dishes inspired by the traditional ‘all-day’ cafes of Bombay. Price: ££ – individual dish prices between £8 to £11. Two to three dishes per person recommended! Gluten-free: GF menu with 15+ dishes plus five dessert options! Locations: Edinburgh & London – Shoreditch, Covent Garden, Carnaby…

Where to travel gluten free: Tromso, Norway

In March I had a very special holiday, chasing the Northern Lights in Norway. It was whilst in the mountains, surrounded by snow, miles from civilisation that my best friend became my husband-to-be. It was amazing and by far the best moment of my life! Lovey-dovey stuff aside, hubby-to-be picked the perfect place to propose…

Why I went gluten free…

If you’re reading this post, first and foremost – thank you for your interest! As Hashimoto’s (Hashimoto’s thyroiditis in full) has been the reason I went gluten-free, I thought it important to put a bit of a spotlight on it and do a quick lowdown on how it works. I’m guessing if you’ve come to…

Welcome to the blog!

Welcome to ‘A GFF GIRL’ – my blog about my quest for a gluten-free friendly life! I’ll be blogging about my experiences being gluten-free across every aspect of my everyday – from eating out, to hitting the supermarkets, travelling abroad & cooking at home. Living and working in London I’m lucky to have a lot…