Gluten-Free Food Shopping
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Gluten-Free Food List - What You CAN Eat
Which foods are gluten-free, and which are not? Use this gluten-free food list to find out.
The Gluten-Free Diet
If you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance (also known as gluten sensitivity), you need to follow a gluten-free diet. Find out exactly what that means and how to start it.
Save Money on Gluten-Free Food: 35 Basic Ingredients You Can Make at Home
If you're on a gluten-free diet, save money on gluten free food by stocking your pantry with these 35 low-cost do-it-yourself substitutes for basic ingredients.
Where to Shop for Gluten-Free Food
More and more grocery stores now allocate space to gluten-free products. Health food stores are another good place to shop. But don’t forget: local stores are not your only option. Dozens of mail-order companies will send gluten-free products directly to your door.
At the Grocery Store
Guidelines for gluten-free grocery shopping.
The Gluten-Free Shopping List: What You CAN Eat
In addition to carefully avoiding gluten, it's good to focus on the rich assortment of food that IS available to people on a gluten-free diet. All of the items on this shopping list are available in gluten-free forms.
Challah is the traditional egg bread eaten by Jews on the Sabbath and holidays. With a soft crust on the outside, on the inside it’s fluffy and soft, sweet and chewy. There’s no other bread like it. If I could wave a magic wand and have one gluten-filled item become safe for me, it would be challah. Fortunately, some of the best chefs in the celiac community have turned their attention to d…
The Jewish Holiday of Passover: A Gluten-Free Bonanza
Supermarkets often carry special products that are available only during the Passover season. Because wheat, oats, barley, rye and spelt in any form other than matzoh is prohibited, many of these once-a-year products are gluten-free.
What Is Gluten?
What is gluten and why is it so difficult to avoid on a gluten-free diet?
Gluten-Free Soy Sauce
If you're looking for gluten-free soy sauce, here's a list of the brands available.
Are potatoes gluten-free, or do they have gluten in them?
Are potatoes gluten-free or do potatoes contain gluten? Potatoes themselves are gluten-free, but their preparation can introduce gluten.
Gluten-Free Soups, Updated October 2012
Wondering which soups are gluten-free? Here's the latest list of soups whose manufacturers consider them to be gluten-free.
Is Sugar Gluten-Free?
Most sugar is gluten-free, but there are still some situations involving sugar that call for caution on the gluten-free diet.
Are eggs gluten-free, or do they sometimes contain gluten?
Are eggs safe on the gluten-free diet? Here's what you need to know about eggs and gluten.
Are mushrooms gluten-free?
Mushrooms are legally gluten-free, but your level of sensitivity to trace gluten will determine whether or not you can eat them.