Due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak in the UK we have taken the decision to temporally close our
online shop effective immediately, 30th March 2020. Until now our shop has remained available, but the
orders we have been receiving have been significantly lower than normal.
While we are just a small, home business between myself and my fiancé, we have decided to take this decision now in the hope that we can help to remove some of the unnecessary work put into the postal service here in the UK and around the world.
We hope to resume normal service as soon as possible when the situation begins to return to normal. We hope all our customers, both old and new remain safe in this worrying time.
Coeliac Sanctuary began life on 7th August 2014 and has been continuously growing since. Initially the site started as a personal hobby to get Alison back into work after illness and anxiety and a place for her to list places who offered gluten free for future reference. However over the months Coeliac Sanctuary has become extremely popular with thousands of Coeliacs and has now turned into a place thousands of people come to looking for places to eat and gluten free recipes every week.
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Yes, we can, just let us know, where and what they are. Due to Alison's Fibromyalgia she writes the content (eventually) but misses details such as typing errors and grammatical mistakes so relies on a second person to proof read, however they aren't perfect and do miss errors sometimes too.
If you own or have been somewhere that cater to gluten free diets then please contact us with the name and the location and we will get them added as soon as possible.
We can remove a place if you contact us with which place no long caters or has ceased trading.
The vast majority of the places in our Where to Eat guide are recommended to us by our website visitors, when we receive a recommendation it gets added to our list to check, then at a later date we will choose a random selection to add to the website and we will then attempt to verify each place to make sure it exists and actually does Gluten Free food, we do this by looking at their own website or Facebook page, or looking for reviews online.
If you suggested a place for us to add to our guide but we haven't added it yet, its most likely because we haven't had chance to yet, we've got 100s of places to add listed and we only get to add a few a week, when we decide to add places we choose a random selection from the list and then verify each one to make sure they exist and offer Gluten Free food, we do this by checking their own website, Facebook page, or looking for reviews. Once we've checked the place does Gluten Free food it gets added to our guide.
If you own a Gluten Free eatery and you want it moving up the list we offer paid upgrade packages. Please see this page for more information.
A blog is basically an online log or diary, ours is mainly focused on Coeliac related subjects but Alison will go astray sometimes and talk about other things, but they are usually at least loosely based around Coeliac or gluten related subjects.
We put together a conversion chart just for you.
Here's a conversion chart if you need to change measurement units
|Food Item||Gram/Cup Equivalent|
|Granulated Sugar||200g/1 Cup|
|Ground Nuts||120g/1 Cup|
|Icing Sugar||100g/1 Cup|
Our nutritional info may not always be 100% accurate as we rely on My Fitness Pal to provide the information for us, most of the time it is accurate but the odd times it may be slightly off. The nutritional info will also depend on what brands you use, the brands we used in the recipes may have different nutritional details than what you are using, making them differ from what our info says.
For the most part, yes you can, on the majority of the dairy free recipes we have added a note for how you can alter it so it is not dairy free, these suggestions are usually as simple as margarine instead of soya spread, natural yogurt instead of soya yogurt etc
We travel round as and when we can, as you can probably tell we are located in North England so more reviews are in this area, however we try to review wherever we can get too, keep checking back to see if there has been any reviews in your area added as we are forever going to different places.
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