Quirky Story


Let us share some stories with you. Friends of ours quoted in this blog all used a foodintol® program to discover their food intolerances. . . and along with symptom relief there are always stories. If you have a funny, sad or quirky story about your adventures with food sensitivity we’d love to hear from you!

Deborah

‘These days gluten free bread looks and tastes pretty normal with lots of varieties – relatively light and toastable. But a very long time ago in the 1990s – when food manufacturers knew nothing about food intolerance – and my culinary skills were being sorely tested – I baked my very first two loaves of gluten free bread. A perfect pair they were – though a little heavy.

Being doughy and yeasty was one thing. But after struggling to slice the first loaf – I resorted to sharpening all my knives.

Then one of the kids dropped it – and it actually made a slight dent in the lino. Eventually I decided to stay with rice crackers and went to toss it in the bin.

But my teenage son took it – and weighing it in his hands said, ‘It’s ok Mum – I think it’ll make a good door stop’.

It held back the balcony door for the next two summers.

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