Author: aimeeoliver

Meet the brand: Kez’s Kitchen

As part of IBS Awareness Month, we spoke to low FODMAP brand Kez’s Kitchen about why they set up a brand to help those with dietary requirements.   Who are we? Kez’s Kitchen is a proud Australian family business that started in 1991 in Kez’s kitchen. Together with her mother Helen, Kez had a vision […]

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The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen competition

We know how hard it is to shop when you’re following a low FODMAP diet. As April is IBS Awareness Month, we’ve joined together with FODMAP Friendly to offer one lucky winner a low FODMAP hamper! The hamper contains: A signed copy of Emma Hatcher’s The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen Tea from The FODMAP Friendly Tea Company […]

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Your FODMAP Friendly Sunday lunch meal plan

If you’re looking for new recipes to cook this Easter weekend, we’ve got you covered. Taken from The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen by Emma Hatcher.   For me, Sunday lunch has always been a relaxed affair, served closer to 6pm after a long walk. This is a lovely menu to cook for a family get together – especially […]

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Living with IBS and the low FODMAP diet

To celebrate IBS Awareness Month, Aimee Oliver reveals her lifetime struggle with food and how the low FODMAP diet has changed her life.   I first properly noticed something was wrong when I was living abroad in France. I’d go out to the boulangerie to buy myself a baguette and a pain aux raisins and […]

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Meet the brand: FODMAPPED

To celebrate IBS Awareness Month, we’re talking all things FODMAP. Understanding around the low FODMAP diet is growing, and there are brands popping up dedicated to helping those with dietary requirements live happier and healthier lives. We asked FODMAPPED a few questions to find out more about the diet and their products.   Who are you? […]

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Three Tin Tomato, Turmeric and Coconut Dahl

Part of our IBS Awareness Month series. This dahl is my go-to recipe for evenings when there is almost nothing in the kitchen, the shops seem too far away, and I spent too much money the weekend before. Fresh herbs and spices transform the simple ingredients and take something quite humble to the next level. Serve with steamed kale […]

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