Are you aware it is made in Ireland and imported frozen? I was loving them until I realised the food miles it was cranking up. I morally object to it.
For the NZers here, I always thought your New World and our Coles are the same - ours used to be Coles new World (a long time ago) and they dropped the NW part. I've visited NZ twice and found the products pretty much the same.
I am a self diagnosed Coeliac as I went gluten free - via a very low carb diet - for a few weeks and realised I had lost all my horrid symptoms. I suffered:
Gastrointestinal Symptoms - constipation, nausea, flatulence, cramping, bloating, abdominal pain
Infertility (I never had children and there were plenty of opportunities)
Fatigue, weakness and lethargy
Easy bruising of the skin
Recurrent mouth ulcers and/or swelling of mouth or tongue
Dermatitis herpetiformis - very badly
Altered mental alertness and irritability
Bone and joint pains
Failure to thrive in children
Delayed growth or delayed puberty in children
Migraine headaches - 2-3 a week
At first I thought I was just very intolerant, but as time goes by and I eat less gluten my symptoms get worse. The culmination was last Sunday when I was tempted by a small piece of Turkish bread and had it in a steak sandwich (home made) After 3 hours of agonising cramping and griping pains, which were so bad my partner wanted to take me to the hospital, I have sworn off it for life. I loosely follow a Primal lifestyle and am trying to give up all grains. I saw on another forum that rice and corn have a type of gluten too and can give problems.
I am also trying to follow the 5:2 fasting lifestyle to lose some weight, at 115kgs I need to lose 40-50 kgs. My joint pain is horrendous. Look forward to joining in here and getting some tips on managing this.