GF Guest Chef Series August: Vegan Lemon Cherry "Gâteau de Voyage"
Inspired by the traditional French Gâteau de Voyage, this perfectly-sized, deliciously-zesty gluten free “travel cake” will make even the shortest of outings feel like an adventure. Our August Guest Chef, Rémy Lefebvre presents this Vegan Lemon Cherry Cake, made using freshly juiced and zested lemons, seasonal cherries, and topped with toasted pumpkin seeds for an added bite.
Read our interview with Rémy here
We will be donating one meal per order to Foodbank.
Gluten Free Flour Mix (Potato Starch, Tapioca, Sorghum Flour), Brown Cane Sugar, Lemon Zest, Coconut Oil, Almond Milk, Almond Flour, Pumpkin Seeds, Cherry, Vegan Egg Replacer, Xanthan Gum, Baking Powder, Baking Soda, Sea Salt.
Made in a kitchen where sesame and peanuts are also handled.
Please select ONLY Friday and Saturday for fresh delivery.
Serving Suggestions: Best served warmed.
Store in the room temperature up to 3 days or fridge for up to 7 days.
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Gluten is a protein found in many grains including wheat, barley, spelt, rye, and sometimes in oats. We are consuming more gluten (and wheat) than ever before as it is found in so many of the processed and packaged foods we can buy these days, including breads, cakes, cereals, cookies, crackers, pasta, pizza, sauces and desserts.
Many people have a sensitivity/intolerance to gluten and suffer from an array of symptoms after consuming gluten, including stomach aches, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, fatigue or headaches. These symptoms may be severe or mild depending and many people don’t even know that these digestive issues they experience are linked to the gluten in their food. Even if you don't have a gluten sensitivity, most people generally feel better when they reduce the amount of gluten in their diet.
Our approach to gluten is simple - unless you have a diagnosed gluten intolerance or are celiac, we believe there is room for some gluten products in your diet in moderation. Lets be honest, there aren't many better things in life that the smells of a freshly baked baguette! But there are many foods we consume that don't need to contain gluten and this is where The Whole Kitchen products fit in. We are constantly challenging ourselves to get creative with new naturally gluten free ingredients that are pleasing on the palate and will substitute the gluten rich versions in our sweet treats, snacks and granolas without compromising on taste.