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Thursday, March 20, 2014

What you can eat while going Vegan and gluten-free - Chapter One - Chocolate

As you may (or may not) know, I went Vegan five years ago, I have celiac disease and since 2010 I am in an on-off relationship with raw food, while being on a 70-80% raw food diet most of the time these days. 
Because of it, and because of another couple of things, one of the questions people ask me the most - together with "Where are you from?", but this is another story, stay tuned for it - is "What do you eat?".

Since yesterday I told you that I consider a good strategy eating chocolate while feeling down, I decided to write a little about this topic in the next weeks.

Chocolate is a sweet beginning, don't you think?
In the next days I will let you know which options you have regarding chocolate while living Vegan and gluten-free, but we can already say that a good percentage of bitter chocolate kinds are Vegan and gluten-free anyway, even if not every kind of bitter chocolate is Vegan, though.



If you prefer something special, let me introduce you the Dutch brand Choco Delic, famous in Germany for the delicious chocolate bars Raw-Bite and Lovechock and now also for choco bon-bons, like Choco Goji Berries and Choco Hazelnuts.
My favourite product? Choco Almonds, of course.

What about you? Did you already know Choco Delic?
Feel free to let me know in the comments and see you soon with another "sweet" post!

Further information:
Choco Delic official website [in Dutch/German]

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Tags: Vegan diet, Gluten-free, Raw food, Chocolate, Choco Delic

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