Sometimes you just need some sort of reference and help on what to buy and ideas on tasty things to eat. Well Free From Heaven seems to have all the information you need. Packed with lots of dietary advice for all free from eaters whether you are gluten free, dairy free, sugar free, and vegetarian. There are some great recipes and hints on what to buy from the supermarkets.
I don't know about you but sometimes I get stuck in a bit of a rut and tend to eat the same things over and over. I feel the need to break free and cook or bake something different. When baking I like to move away from the traditional but classic Victoria Sandwich and this publication has so many varieties of recipes including very clear photographs that you feel you. could instantly take the food right off the page.
There are features regarding health and including following a free from diet for children. There is a lot to read and good value for money really. This edition pictured was £4.99 and included a supplement on mindful eating with a further 20 recipes. They do advertise some offers for subscription if you would like to receive it regular over a year or 2 years. As with a lot of things these days there is also an app to download so you can read from your device, it is available on the App Store, Google Play and Amazon for the kindle.
There is a Facebook page at:
On Twitter search for @Freefrommag
and for the main website go to: www.freefromheaven.com
What would we do without an app eh? Must admit I use them a lot, I always search for one associated with whatever in life I find myself doing. They are handy though, we tend to search for everything on our phones now. Recipes are so handy on a device, you can save them and just refer back to your favourites items when necessary and you don't have to worry about having space on your shelves for lots of books.
Anyway see what you think to this magazine, give it a go. It is very handy even if you just refer to it now and again. I like to know what new products are being released and what I can expect to find in the shops. I also like that it's not just gluten free and that it caters for everyone.
Hope this helps a little, thanks for reading and I will be back tomorrow for Autism Support Saturday.
Take care for now........