ibs, fodmap, looking for soya free gluten free rolls, bread, help please

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    Hi, I'm on the fodmap diet, I felt ok for the first week but then during the second week I felt worse and the only things I ate differently were plain crisps and things with soya in so I'm trying to cut out soya too but all the gluten free products seem to have soya in. Does anyone know of any rolls and possibly bread that are gluten free, soya free and dairy free please? Thank you
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    And I just realised I also didn't have salad every day but could that negate symptoms?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi, I'm on the fodmap diet, I felt ok for the first week but then during the second week I felt worse and the only things I ate differently were plain crisps and things with soya in so I'm trying to cut out soya too but all the gluten free products seem to have soya in. Does anyone know of any rolls and possibly bread that are gluten free, soya free and dairy free please? Thank you
    Just as a random thing I can't cope with crisps- really salty and fatty stuff seems to be a problem, don't know why.

    Bread I think you're going to struggle with that I'm afraid, hopefully someone else will reply though. Either cut out soya separately at another time, or have something instead of bread. Sorry!


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    Just as a random thing I can't cope with crisps- really salty and fatty stuff seems to be a problem, don't know why.

    Bread I think you're going to struggle with that I'm afraid, hopefully someone else will reply though. Either cut out soya separately at another time, or have something instead of bread. Sorry!


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    Wow that's strange, I was wondering if the crisps had any impact but I thought probably not as there's not many ingredients in them, but maybe. Thank you, I'm going to just try having soya and add more salad and then maybe in a while I'll try to cut out crisps.
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    Is there a particular reason you're cutting out soya? Did a dietician suggest it might be an idea or something? I think if you're planning on doing this longterm, you could splash out on a breadmaker and try making your own 'bread' - there's plenty of packet mixes out there now for all sorts of dietary needs so you don't even need to source the ingredients individually. It's so much easier to do it now than it used to be.
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    Check the 'free from' aisles in supermarkets, particularly Tesco. I know they do gluten, wheat, and dairy free bread. I'm not sure about soya, but it's definitely worth a look
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    Hi there,

    The Genius brand have a range of gluten-, dairy- and soya-free bread loafs and rolls. They are a bit expensive but gluten-free bread does tend to be, and it is definitely one of the nicer ones I've tried at least. You can find it in the free-from sections of some large supermarkets, e.g. there might be some in your local Tesco's or Sainsbury's, or you can order them online.
 
 
 
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