Amazon – I know it’s a sell-out but you’ll be amazed at what you can find and they are good for buying things in bulk.
Big Oz – make a number of certified gluten-free cereals and flours. Their buckwheat flour and brown rice flour are my favourites.
Bob’s Red Mill – unfortunately this site doesn’t ship to the UK, but it is an interesting site to look around and there are recipes available. Some health food stores stock a small range of Bob’s Red Mill flours, or you can find them online.
Carotino – one of my favourite baking oils (when I don’t want to use coconut oil). High in omega 3 & 6 and you use a third less than other oils. Can also be used in salads and for cooking and frying. Available in supermarkets. Rapeseed oil is a good alternative.
Coeliac Society – useful information and advice for people with Coeliac Disease.
Dove’s Farm – suppliers of gram flour, gluten-free baking powder, gluten-free pasta, biscuits and breakfast cereals, as well as xanthan gum and ready blended gluten-free flour mixes, although they are rice flour based. Also supply buckwheat flour but it is not certified gluten-free due to storage methods.
Healthy Supplies – stock almost all types of gluten-free flour and much more besides! Not always the cheapest, but a great place to start.
Planet Organic – the UK’s largest on-line organic supermarket.
Favourite Foodie Blogs:
Edible Perspective – Ashley’s gorgeous photography is inspirational and her delicious recipes are vegetable based, dairy-free and gluten-free.
How Sweet Eats – definitely not a gluten-free (or dairy-free or vegetarian) blog, but Jessica makes me laugh so much with her writing, and she has one of the cutest baby boys on the planet.
Deliciously Ella – Ella’s story is inspiring and her plant-based and gluten-free recipes are quick and easy. A great place to start if you find things a little daunting.
Sprouted Kitchen – the clue is in the name : more vegetables!
Minimalist Baker – easy recipes that are often gluten-free, often dairy-free, always yummy looking.