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Monday, October 01, 2007

LI Celebrity Alert: Terence Stamp

Veteran British actor Terence Stamp not only has intolerances to wheat and dairy, he's done something about it.



He and Elizabeth Buxton have written a cookbook, The Stamp Collection Cookbook, available from Amazon.com.





UK readers might want to get it under the original title The Wheat and Dairy Free Cookbook, available from Amazon.co.uk.




The two of them also started The Stamp Collection, a line of wheat- and dairy-free breads in the UK.

THE STAMP COLLECTION™

Actor, writer Terence Stamp and Elizabeth Buxton launched the STAMP COLLECTION™ range of products in 1994.

Their aim was to bring delicious, wheat-free and dairy-free products to people who, like Terence, have an intolerance to wheat and dairy products made from cow’s milk.

We produce a variety of award-winning organic products which are suitable for vegetarians and are free from GMOs.

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