You might already know that I’m originally from Finland and I love Finnish cardamom buns in whichever shape. I have been working on my own gluten-free sourdough cardamom bun recipe to make nice fluffy and flavoursome buns without rice, corn and also oats for in addition to coeliacs I have intolerances for them. Oats I… Continue reading Gluten-free Finnish cinnamon rolls with sourdough
This is a really strange time we are living in now isn’t it? In some parts of the world Covid19 is raging at full throttle and other parts have been able to return to almost business as usual, at least in some areas. Currently cases in continental Europe seem to be on the rise again… Continue reading A getaway to Whitstable- tweaks for staycation amidst Covid19
Over the past few weeks I’ve achieved a goal I set myself about a year ago. That was learning to bake gluten-free sourdough bread – the gorgeous types one sees on Instagram. I learned my new skill via Naomi Devlin’s online course, so I’m not at liberty to share the recipes I’ve used. Instead, I… Continue reading Getting started with baking GF sourdough
In the start of the Covid19 lockdown I wrote a post about what one might do to make it easier or more tolerable. Looking at traditional media and my social media feeds I get a feeling that we all have had trouble concentrating, focusing and have often felt that we are not making ‘good use’… Continue reading Things I’ve done during Covid19 lockdown
Are you feeling that your life is not quite what you want, or you feel constantly irritated, tired or low but are not really sure why or what you might do about it? Sometimes we might also feel that our life needs such a massive overhaul or that the matters are out of our hands… Continue reading A tweak for finding your focus
Even if you need to eat gluten-free having light and fluffy, lovely golden donuts are not out of your reach!
Make your own Finnish-style deep fried donuts gluten-free, without rice, corn or oats or use shop bought gluten-free flour mix if you wish!
In Finland, where I was born, there’s food tradition of pies with thin rye crust and filled with either rice porridge, mashed potato or a carrot&rice filling. These are typically had in family gatherings, parties etc. as small savoury bites or in larger size as a savoury snack or even lunch when you top with… Continue reading Gluten-free potato pies with buckwheat crust
So, the Covid19 pandemic has really hit us this past week in the UK, and also in mainland Europe and US measures to restrict the effects have had to be ramped up. In the UK we are now strictly told to stay in our homes other than for getting food and medicine. Exercising outdoors is… Continue reading 4 Tweaks for coping with Covid-19 self-isolation
Do you procrastinate? Personally I don’t like the word itself much, because to me it has a large amount of guilt attached to it. I prefer to say ‘avoiding things we find hard’. I feel recognising that we find something hard to do shows us that there’s something hidden underneath causing the avoidance. This empowers… Continue reading 4 Tweaks to get over procrastination
If you have recently been diagnosed with coeliacs disease, you might feel quite overwhelmed of all the potential hazards there are that could cause you to accidentally digest gluten. With coeliacs disease the diet is strictly no gluten and if you might get contradicting advice to the point of a frustrated meltdown, crumbs do matter.… Continue reading 5 Kitchen tweaks to avoid gluten cross-contamination (crumbs!)