Many of you old timers to Bariatric Cookery (and some of you new to the website) will know that I don’t make a fanfare of many products that come my way. Especially if they promise great taste with low calories, low fats, low sugar and ease of use (a very big ask). Coupled with
I’ve met many a WLS patient who claims to have trouble tolerating bread but can manage a small wholemeal wrap or pitta pocket. Light on carbs and fats they are often the modern and versatile way to enjoy high protein fillings for those with a busy lifestyle or who need to take a packed lunch
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Many bariatric patients say that they cannot eat bread in the usual sense and hanker after something or an alternative that they can. Well here might well be the answer – a high protein, gluten-free loaf that can be eaten sweet or savoury. It’s lovely with jam (why not try our raspberry chia jam