Best FreeFrom blogger of the year 2015

This is your chance to win £50 worth of vouchers and more… and for just a few seconds of your valuable #freefrom time you would be doing me a huge favour. Read on to find out how you can reward all the hard work of a humble freefrom blogger (that’s me!) for a lot of hard work raising awareness and blogging about all things freefrom, allergy and anaphylaxis.

You could help What Allergy make history and become The Best Freefrom Blog 2015. Simply click here to vote:

And like I said, not only will you get a lovely warm feeling for having voted for your bestest most favouritest freefrom blogger (me again!), there are also some GREAT prizes to be had.

Please vote for What Allergy for Best FreeFrom blogger of the year award 2015

Please vote for What Allergy for Best FreeFrom blogger of the year award 2015

The Foods You Can Free-From Awards™ are chosen by popular vote* via the free from food community. It doesn’t matter who you are, you can place your vote and help to decide which brands deserve to be the WINNERS. This year we’re expecting thousands of you to take part and cast your votes. Each person only has one vote so get involved and make it count. By getting involved and casting your vote, you’ll also have a chance to WIN a range of fantastic free from prizes. Each person that votes can** be entered into a free prize draw to win one of three prizes.

Prizes are as follows –

  • A £50 food shopping gift voucher for the supermarket of your choice.
  • A gluten-free baking and living cookery course in the north or south of England
  • free-from food hamper with goodies worth up to £50.

VOTING is now open and has been extended to 20th of November 2015.

*Only one vote can be placed per person.
**Voters can opt out of being entered for the competition.

Best FreeFrom Blogger 2014 - People's choice awards by Foods You CanI won this award last year. Can I defend my coveted #bestfreefromblogger title? Can I win this for a second year running?

Vote today for What Allergy in the Foods you Can FreeFrom Food Awards – best freefrom blogger of the year

Please don’t assume that just because this is such an awesome blog that I won’t need your help… I’m up against some pretty brilliant fellow bloggers. I would vote for some of them if I wasn’t so competitive myself. The line up of FreeFrom bloggers is pretty impressive this year so the competition is going to tough.

I’m going to the awards ceremony this year too to present one of the other awards so it would the icing on the #totallyfreefrom cake to win again.

I’m counting on you!

How do I vote for What Allergy?

  • To vote simple click on this link:
  • Scroll down the page to the bottom right, where it says Best FreeFrom blogger
  • Select What Allergy from the the list – very important that bit!
  • Then add your email a bit lower down
  • Finally click Submit

Voting closes on the 20th November so you have a few weeks to make your vote count.

And if you love freefrom food and actually do eat it yourself, you can also vote for your favourite #freefrom pasta, cake, biscuit, food on the go, restaurant etc. to name just a few. However if you don’t have any interest in the other categories you can just ignore that part. You can just vote for best blog and leave it at that.

It’s just an honour to even get shortlisted so every company here has been vetted and analysed by the Foods You Can panel of judges.

Good luck to you all – hope you win a prize. And good luck to me! #fingerscrossed #defendingmytitle #bestfreefromblogger #secondtimerunning #bloggersrock #MayTheBestBlogWin #thankyou

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About Ruth

Ruth works freelance as a copywriter and writes the What Allergy blog to share information with people who have allergies, eczema, asthma and food intolerances. was voted in the top 5 allergy blogs and Ruth also judges regularly for the FreeFrom Food Awards and FreeFrom Skincare Awards. She also won the Foods You Can People's choice Best FreeFrom blogger award 2014.


  1. I enjoy yr blogs,though sadly due to sulphite,salicylates and wheat allergies also suspected oral allergies their is little I can choose.
    Rice products are sledem mentioned ie rice vinegar,rice noodles and rice cereal.
    Even. Then the additives to these things are sometimes making them unedibly to me.
    So just keep reading ingredients lists and asking manufacturers questions.

    • Thanks so much C. I’m glad you enjoy my blogs. I find I am better on an almost totally processed food free diet myself. Many freefrom products contain additives and other ingredients that over time give me problems with eczema and digestion. It’s all about seeing food differently – looking at all the wonderful foods you CAN eat and experimenting with home cooking. I’m making a beef casserole in the slow cooker today.

  2. Yes I do beef in slow cooker with just spuds, no onions or root veg,with just a touch of coffee to colour gravy. No stock cubes.
    Same with chicken though sometimes peeled golden delicious apple.Enjoy the boredom factoo

    • I love the idea of using coffee to colour! Inspired. I’m going to try that one. I didn’t add any stock cubes but I add sweet potato which goes into a kind of mush and helps thicken the meat juices. I added bit of watered arrowroot two hours before the end of cooking and some mushrooms – really enjoyed coming home to that on Saturday evening.

  3. I use arrowroot a lot,sometimes dip chicken pieces in fresh cream then in arrowroot with salt in
    Then dip fry or enough shallow fry in sunflower or rice brand oil

    • Oh I like that idea. I guess I could use my own dairy free cream to do this? I use it mainly to thicken sauces but it works better than cornflour I think.

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