special diets news

Whether it’s on social media, our comments section, our forum, or simply from our friends, we’re always being asked about recipes for those with special dietary requirements.

Well, after months of planning and hard work, the next six weeks are mostly dedicated to those of you that have had to cut things out of your diet, whether it’s for medical or ethical reasons. We’ve got lots of new recipes for people who are vegandairy freevegetarian and gluten free – all cooked up by Jamie and his amazing team of food stylists and nutritionists.

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And hand on our hearts, there’s been no compromise on flavour, and no corners cut; whether you have special dietary needs or not, you’re going to love all these dishes. Not only are these some of the best special-diets recipes on the web, they’re simply some of the best food recipes! If you don’t believe us, just take a look at our top fives – a selection of our favourite new Jamie recipes.

If you’re vegan, we’ve got some amazing new vegan recipes for things you never thought you’d be able to eat again. For those out there in need of dairy-free recipes, we’ve got some amazing sweet treats, which are always tricky without cream, and some gorgeous savoury dishes too. For coeliacs, Jamie’s awesome new gluten-free recipes include gluten-free bread and pasta, as well as some dynamite cookies. And last, but never least, our vegetarians are getting some more love too, with lots of new veggie ideas.

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On top of all those new dishes we’ve got loads of exciting features coming to help you manage your diet, get inspired to create magical food suitable for everyone, and debunk some of the many myths about diet-related intolerances. As always, our army of amazing feature writers will be writing up brilliant articles and delicious recipes all month too.

So, whatever your diet, tastes or location, this might just be the best month on JamieOliver.com yet.


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  • Kate Hardie

    Great to see this feature and that JO is embracing a variety of dietary requirements! As a family with a Coeliac child ourselves it is important to us to find recipes that we can all eat together with no-one feeling different. Similarly dining out with a Coeliac, (young or old) more than likely means that they are dining with several people…Maybe not such a small market after all.

    • Florence Burt

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  • Tuuli Reinsoo

    the only thing I really can´t eat is potato :-( ( don´t even know why, plain potato and I get an aweful stomach ache. But I like the taste. I wonder if there is anything similar in taste to potato, which I could eat?

    • Sheila Hill

      My daughter also can’t tolerate potato or even potato starch. She also can’t eat tomato. Both are members of the nightshade family.

      • Tuuli Reinsoo

        Oh? so I am not alone! My mom thinks it really weird and just my imagination :-( I can eat tomato fine though, but I mostly eat it cooked.

    • Kathy Irwin

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    • Belinda Lee

      I have recently realised that potato is a solanum, as are capsicum chilli & tomatoes, all of which I had eliminated from my diet but not spuds! Now that I realised I feel awful after eating potatoes, cooked or chips/crisps, I need to find a good GF substitute which is proving easier said than done? JAMIE???

  • Belinda Lee

    So where are these recipes? I can’t find them on here??