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Gluten Free Heaven March 2020

Gluten-Free Heaven brings you 101 carefully selected, seasonal, gluten-free recipes every issue. Whether you choose to eat gluten-free as part of a healthy diet, are gluten-intolerant or have coeliac disease, the great range of tempting and nutritious recipes in this beautiful magazine will help you enjoy varied and tasty meals every day of the week. And with a new issue every month, you'll never run short of new ideas, features and inspiration. Eating gluten-free can be a challenge - let Gluten-Free Heaven make your life just that little bit easier - and a whole lot tastier!

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It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating Christmas, which is great news as we can begin celebrating again in a few weeks as Easter is back on the table. What’s so great about Easter, food-wise, is it sees a real change from those winter-warming dishes to a more spring-themed menu. It is an opportunity to get baking in the kitchen. Gluten-free produce on the supermarket shelves is clearly getting much better and varied, but nothing quite beats homemade. We have a whole load of classic Easter recipes for you to try, such as hot cross buns, simnel cake, cookies, breads and much more. Turn to page 12 to begin your Easter cooking journey. Whether you are new to a gluten-free diet or are a lifelong pro, there are always questions…

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what’s cooking this march?

Delivered food boxes take the stress out of planning your weekly meals… Eating well is so important, but for people with busy lives this can be a challenge. Love Yourself does the hard work for you so you can enjoy healthy, lovingly-prepared meals daily. The refined calorie–controlled, weight–loss menus are designed to give you optimal nourishment. From the freshest seasonal ingredients, to the in-house baked artisan bread, each Love Yourself box includes 5 meals; one breakfast, lunch and dinner and two deliciously balanced snacks. Prices start from £21.00 daily. For more inf o, visit www.loveyourself.co.uk LABELLING KITCHENWARE STOPS CROSS-CONTAMINATION WORRIES Keep It Gluten Free specialises in products to help stop cross-contamination. After the founder’s daughter was diagnosed as a coeliac, she assumed it would be a simple transition, but it soon became clear that…

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in season

WILD MUSHROOMS Mycophagy, the act of consuming mushrooms, dates back to ancient times. Edible mushroom species have been found in association with 13,000-year-old archaeological sites in Chile. Ötzi, the mummy of a man who lived between 3400 and 3100 BC in Europe, was found with two types of mushroom. The Chinese value mushrooms for supposed medicinal properties as well as for food. Ancient Romans and Greeks, particularly the upper classes, used mushrooms for culinary purposes. Food tasters were employed by Roman emperors to ensure that mushrooms were safe to eat. Also in season… • Artichoke • Beetroot • Cabbage • Carrots • Cucumber • Leeks • Purple sprouting • Spring onions Cheesy leek and wild mushroom bake Serves 6 | Prep 20 mins | Cook 30 mins | Calories 415 (per serving) FOR THE BAKE 2 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for greasing3 small…

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easter heaven!

Chocolate simnel cake Serves 12 | Prep 30 mins | Cook 2-2½ hrs | Calories 618 (per serving) FOR THE CAKE 250g (9oz) marzipan250g (9oz) gluten-free plain flour mix1 tsp gluten-free baking powder1 tsp xanthan gum2 tsp ground allspice180g (6oz) butter, softened180g (6oz) caster sugar3 large free-range eggs175g (6oz) currants225g (8oz) sultanas50g (1¾oz) glacé cherries, chopped 50g (1¾oz) ground almonds50g (1¾oz) chopped candied peel, chopped3 tbsp milk finely grated zest of1 lemon finely grated zest of 1 orange TO DECORATE 300g (10½oz) marzipan150ml (5fl oz) double cream150g (5½oz) dark chocolate, at least 60% cocoa solids, chopped11 cocoa-dusted almonds 1 For the cake: Preheat the oven to 150°C/Gas Mark 2. Grease and line a 20cm (8in) round cake tin with greaseproof paper.2 Cut the marzipan into 1cm (½in) cubes. Toss in a bowl with 2 tbsp flour…

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your go-to gluten-free… q&a #2

“A common misconception of the gluten-free diet is that you’ll automatically find yourself shedding pounds and kilos of fat simply by eating more rice and less bread” # Q1: What exactly is gluten? A: Gluten is a protein which is found in certain grains including wheat, barley and rye. Gluten has a variety of functions in traditional cooking, from gelatinising (thickening) sauces and binding ingredients together in cakes, to creating a stretchy, doughy or aerated structure in traditional bread baking. Gluten can also be found in certain cosmetics and skincare products, which usually doesn’t cause issues or adverse reactions for those with a gluten intolerance (so long as the product is not ingested), but should be bought with caution if you are highly allergic. # Q2: Why are gluten-free foods, quite often, more…