Gluten Free Vegan Guide

Gluten free vegan

So I’ve recently adopted a gluten free vegan diet. Finding the basics, such as bread can be a real challenge!  Do you know that feeling when you excitedly find a yummy looking gluten free item in the ‘Free From’ section only to turn it over and see egg in the ingredients (so close darnit!). But fear not, there are some awesome gluten free, vegan options out there that need to get in your belly right now.

Gluten Free Vegan Guide

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Vegan Supermarkets

The Vegan Nutrition Store

The Vegan Nutrition Store .has a wide range of vegan goods including this Gluten free vegan hamper. Their fantastic product range includes the first and only dairy-free garlic bread in the UK and some yummy looking vegan pizza (review to follow!).

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Vegan Nutrition Store Voucher Codes:

10% off and free garlic bread use code: veganlife
Or
£10 discount when you spend £70 and free delivery use code: SuperSaver

The Vegan Kind Supermarket

The Vegan Kind has a huge online vegan supermarket and also has a subscription box.  They have a great selection of gluten free vegan foods and recipe books >>View Here

The Vegan Kind Voucher Codes:

5% off your full order use code:  HAPPY5

Get £5 off any of our Vegan Subscription Boxes use code: VEGAN

The Eco Collective: Online Vegan Supermarket and Buyers’ Club

The Eco Collective is a unique Buyers’ Club which combines the strength of community and the power of technology to bring thousands of the highest quality, healthiest and most natural products within easy and affordable reach to our Members. Members’ benefits get even better as the community grows!

As a Member, you’ll get brilliant discounts off the RRP on every item in the store, further Special Offers every month, Bonus Beans rewards on your shopping PLUS Refer-A-Friend Bonus Beans too! Head over to the Membership page to find out more.

If you don’t want to become a Member, that’s ok – you can still shop from over 8,500, 100% vegan products at retail prices. View >>HERE

Please use the AllEthical.com referral code 703 when you register.

Gluten Free Vegan Subscription Boxes

Subscription boxes are such a welcome treat when they come through the letterbox each month. Treat yourself to some self-care each month! All the boxes listed are gluten free

  1. SNAK PACK Snacks subscription box Find them >>HERE
  2. LifeBox Snacks subscription box Find them >>HERE
  3. Just Another Slice Delicious brownies and treats Find them >>HERE
  4. Simply Cook All the gluten free herbs, spices, stock and recipe cards you need Find them >>HERE

Gluten Free Vegan Bread & Cakes

I found this to be a particularly difficult item to find.  It may be worth investing in a breadmaker as gluten free bread can be expensive.  This bread maker is specifically designed for making gluten free loaves.  (available from Ebay or Amazon). A lot of modern bread making machines do have a gluten free setting, but you wouldn’t want to cross contaminate if you’re making both ordinary and gluten free bread in the same machine. 

Gluten free vegan bread available at Sainsbury’s These loaves are £3 each.

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Brown Seeded Loaf. Made with toasted sunflower seeds and golden linseeds. Wheat, gluten, dairy, egg, nut and soy free. High fibre. No added sugar. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians and coeliacs

 

Gluten free vegan white bread available at Ocado

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Check out the entire gluten free vegan range from Ocado >>HERE

Yumbles

Yumbles is a food marketplace committed to making the most delicious, healthy and all-natural food accessible to conscious food eaters across the UK. They have an amazing range of gluten free bread and cakes made by independent food makers. It’s like an Etsy for fantastic, healthy food. Have a browse >>HERE

Online Cooking Classes

Sharpen up your cooking skills with a cooking course from Udemy They are very good value at only £10.99 a course. Learn how to make gluten free vegan desserts, cheese & more! Udemy is the world’s largest marketplace for teaching and learning. Over 20 million students in 200+ countries are taking their online courses to advance their careers and pursue their passions. Over 45,000 courses available on-demand, 24/7, via the iPhone, iPad, Android and Web. We help anyone learn anything!

Find them >>HERE

Solo® Shakes

These are great for having alongside your breakfast or main meal. Solo® contains 100% of nutritionist recommended levels of fibre and all 26 essential vitamins and minerals that you require each day. As it’s plant based, it’s suitable for vegans, is gluten and dairy free and tastes delicious. Get a 20% off discount >>HERE

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Facebook Groups

I joined this lovely, welcoming Facebook group Gluten Free Vegans UK and it’s full of handy tips.

Pinterest

Our AllEthical.com Pinterest Gluten Free Vegan board is full of delicious recipes like this DELICIOUS GF BREAKFAST CEREAL WITH SEEDS, NUTS AND FRUIT

Collaborators on our board are welcome. Email or message us to be added.
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HypothyroidMom.com

In the article below HypothyroidMom.com list the common symptoms of gluten sensitivity. There is also a list of some autoimmune diseases known to be related to gluten sensitivity — Coeliac Disease, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Graves’ Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Vitiligo, Sjogren’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, and Type 1 Diabetes.

Despite taking medication for Hashimoto’s for years I haven’t really felt any benefit. I kept on reading that cutting out gluten (and coffee too!) may benefit me so I’ve decided it’s time to give this a try. I quickly realised that there’s quite a few gluten free items for sale in the supermarkets and some great vegan products too. However finding gluten free vegan was a bit more of a challenge but not impossible. So I will add any great resources I find to this list and feel free to add your own in the comments section.

 

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2 Comments

  1. I have always been very hesitant to get behind the gluten free ‘fad’ as I felt it overshadowed/took away from the very real problem people with severe gluten intolerance/allergies have (like celiac disease). I’m glad I read that article you posted to as it shows me there may be other reasons someone switches to GF, and I am happy that it has made these options much more readily available. thanks for sharing these resources.

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