Good news fussy eaters, coeliacs, those of you intolerant to gluten and avoiding of wheat. Remember my piece a while back about the virtues of the gluten free lifestyle choice?
The team at Ilumi are back. We have joined forces to give away a hamper full of gluten free goodies.
Now even gluten-free fuss pots like moi can have hampers full of yum. All you eat-what-I-want-without-consequences people don’t know how lucky you have it, with your hampers full of stomach aches and heart burn.
But my co-gluten-freers will jump for joy at this. The hamper we’re giving away (Ilumi have done all the hard work here, all I’m doing is writing these sentences) is choc full of treats.
Such as… Green’s Gluten Free Beer, which I recently guzzled at a gluten free food festival and liked so much I bought two crates.
I’ve always told my beer-brewing friend that his beer was the only beer I actually liked. (More of a gin girl when it comes to intoxication.) But it’s no longer true. His beer now has competition from Green’s, which is brewed with the magical tummy-friendly ingredient: sorghum. I don’t know what sorghum is, but I like it.
Not only are these beers gluten free, they contain no “crustaceans, eggs, fish, peanuts, soya beans, milk, lactose, nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, sulphur dioxide and sulphites.” I didn’t know other beers contained fish, but I’m no expert. See previous statement about sorghum.
What else might your hamper contain? Wine, chutney, chocolate, cookies, biscuits. Ilumi curries, soups and sauces. Fret not, vegetables, there is a veggie option, just let Ilumi know your needs when you win.
All you have to do if you want to win this hamper is click this link and then fill out your deets. Job done, Christmas sorted.
And if you don’t win? Don’t worry. There’s a compensatory prize for all my readers. Everyone should win something, it is Christmas!
Follow this link to be directed to the Ilumi shop, where you can get any three £3.75 pouches for £9. That’s a saving of… calculator, where are you… Wait, I’m a mathematical genius, I’ll just do it in my head…
Sod it, I haven’t got all day. I asked Google. I’m no Rachel Riley. The answer is: £2.25
For the maths, the gluten free gifts and the, let’s face it, award winning writing skillz, you are welcome. Merry Christmas.
Isn’t Christmas marv? Here is a picture of a Christmas pug to prove my point: