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Does anyone know of a great website or Hubber that/who specializes in gluten free alternatives?
I was recently told that I can't eat gluten, and because I am already allergic/intolerant to a lot of other things, and I am finding it hard to adapt without.
I just wanted to see if anyone new of a Hubber or great website that has a lot of recipes with gluten free in mind?
There are a lot of Hubbers on here with some terrific recipes. I've learned a lot myself from reading what others write. I am also new to gluten-free.
Here are some tricks I've learned already.:
1) Nuts such as peanuts, almonds, cashews and dried fruit make a nice healthy trail mix. But read the labels. Some nuts are made in a factory that processes wheat products. Sunflower seeds are also a good source of Vitamin E that I like to add to my trail mix.
2) Fritos are made from corn, oil and salt.
3) Corn taco shells/tortillas do not have gluten in them, but you have to read the labels on the packages to make sure you are getting a truly gluten-free product.
4) Eggs are great. If you like deviled eggs, add a little mustard to the egg, and make mock deviled eggs to go with a tossed salad.
5) A lot of lunch meats are gluten free, but some are not. I found that a natural turkey breast from the deli is a good lunch meat that's gluten-free.
6) Rice is another great alternative. As well as potatoes.
I hope this is helpful!
I'm also soy intolerant because I have thyroid issues. So, I can't eat vegetable oil, soy sauce, and some butters which contain soy products.
Thanks! I never even thought to check lunch meats, now I'll have to be more alert.
Soy allergies are just horrible, my brother has an allergy to them as well, and so many things have soy in them these days.
Thanks again for the helpful advice
Oh and I thought of one other thing that seems random. Gravy. I made mashed potatoes for dinner, and noticed all of the gravy in my pantry is made with wheat flour.
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