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BBQ Guide - Yeast Free Cooking

As we continue through our summer season temperatures have surpassed 25°C; we’ve found our summer shorts and we’ve located the nearest BBQ event. As the trend grows, more and more BBQ’s are hitting the scene (I would have one in the rain so I may be an exception..), but I thought for this time of the year, what better way to support your clients than a guide to a yeast intolerance free BBQ?

Many people suffer from yeast intolerance and it is not as well-known compared to other intolerances, such as gluten intolerance, milk intolerance and wheat intolerance.

Yeast is a living fungus which is used as an active ingredient in many of the foods and drinks we consume on a daily basis, especially baked goods and alcoholic drinks.

A yeast intolerance occurs when your body may produce an inflammatory response to the yeast proteins which are common in many BBQ staple foods. As a result, those who experience symptoms such as bloating, headaches and tiredness, just to name a few, may rule out attending a BBQ in fear that there might not be any free-from alternatives.

I have attached a social post and content below for you to post to educate your client base and followers even more about how they can have a yeast free BBQ with some top tips:

Your guide to a yeast-free BBQ

Here are 5 tips on how you can stay yeast free at your next summer barbecue:

Choose your meat option- avoid cured meats and processed meat. Instead check the labels for high percentage meat and avoid those fillers!

Ditch the bread- why not try a naked burger with a giant lettuce leaf?Avoid the condiments containing vinegar- instead use a sauce with white spirit vinegar

Avoid beer – Instead why not try Gin and vodka as the distilling and filtering removes most of the yeast.

Simply add soda water with a fresh lime or a low-sugar mixer?

Give a yeast-free BBQ a go – you might enjoy it! Let’s focus on the foods you can eat over those you have to avoid!


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