So bread is like the number one thing to eat if your in Europe, its quick its easy and you can put cheese in the middle of it, so what happens when you cut gluten out and you cant eat bread?
There’s a couple of answers
- Buy some non gluten bread – but it’s kinda expensive and full of sugar but its a good way to get in an emergency loaf…
- Make it yourself, there’s loads of recipes online on how to make gluten free breads with all sorts of flours. I would suggest staying away from potato starches though, as white stuff (rice,potato,flour) is quite damaging for the psoratic.
- Some bakery’s or cafe’s bake it for you, just ask! Like The Scrumpy Willow and The Singing Kettle in Newcastle upon Tyne. That’s really handy when you can’t bake your own and you want some home made bread.The deal with healing your skin is that your trying not to simulate the unhealthy foods you were eating but replacing them with good ones.
If your craving chocolate then you probably need some nuts.
Your body does talk to you it’s just about listening and understand what you need.
Here’s a couple of recipe’s for gluten free bread, but there’s loads out there just go exploring!
Fork & Beans guide to gluten free flour blends. – http://www.forkandbeans.com/2013/12/30/guide-gluten-free-flours/
Lovely tortilla recipie – http://christinamichele.com/archives/2081
Amazing Bread Sticks – http://ifoodreal.com/cauliflower-breadsticks-recipe/
I would suggest replacing anything that had potato & corn starch with something else like tapioca starch or arrowroot and rice. This is a lot kinder for people with psoriasis and remember to avoid WHITE starches and grains.
Over and out 🙂