Alsace Baking is a dedicated Gluten Free Kitchen which has been created for all cake lovers by a ‘dairy free coeliac chef’ who understands the importance of a gluten free product. Alsace cakes are for everyone not just for people on restricted diets and are lovingly made with totally natural, fair trade and locally sourced ingredients.
Alsace can be found exclusively at the Gallery Café, Creek Creative, 1 Abbey Street, Faversham, Kent, ME13 7BE. We welcome commissions for every day cakes, deserts and special occasion cakes.
Saturday 26th November Alsace Baking will be hosting a Christmas Pudding Bake Off Fund raising event for Coeliac UK. Reserve your place to make your very own Christmas Pudding for just £12.00 all profits go to Coeliac UK. All ingredients and a recipe card are provided where we all bake together in a fun festive…Read More
We were delighted to have the guys from Burger Films in the Creek Creative Gallery Cafe here in Faversham last month. They shot this amazing short film showcasing the preparation of our gluten free cooking and baking. Music by Ross Bugden. https://youtu.be/jMi2hIdiy-YRead More
October guest speaker Dr Raj Burrows BDS London This was a fascinating forum on sugar and how it is slipped into our foods without us knowing this is even more relevant to us coeliacs and free from foodies as it is common practice in many processed foods to improve palatability to replace the ingredients we…Read More
Free From & Coeliac Community support group
Thursday May 26th
Margaret Shorland from the Osteoporosis Society
As a Consultant Nutritionist, I realised that there was something missing for Free From patients, and people who were diagnosed under the IBS umbrella: Support; this vital ingredient to being able to manage and alleviate symptoms was missing. Often people were given a diagnosis, but very little information. They were left stranded, feeling worried, fearful of food and very concerned about what choices too make. Time; It takes time and patience to work through the changes and adaptations when a food group is excluded. As questions arise I feel it is important that answers are found quickly, so patients don't flounder and potentially make their symptoms worse. Also, there is the cost element, as by making the right choices early on, food and therefore money, isn't wasted through the wrong choices. As there is the potential for creating serious health problems with excluding food groups, such as anemia, osteoporosis, arthritis and chronic fatigue, it is vital that individuals are steered and guided in a positive way. So the Eat To Live clinic has support and time in abundance, as they are the vital ingredients too success.
Victoria Shorland Nutritionist & Allergy Consultant.
Thursday June 30th
Neelam Chand Holistic Life Coach to help us with those notorious coeliac/free from negative times.
Hi I'm looking forwards to meeting you all and looking forward to showing you some powerful and effective techniques which can help you focus on your sense of wellbeing, stay positive and feel good ... It will be gently interactive and fun.
Neelam Chand - Mirror Holistic Life Coaching - www.mirrorholisticlifecoaching.co.uk
Saturday November 26th
Alsace Baking will be hosting a Christmas Pudding Bake Off as our next coeliac UK fundraising event.