Even when you have to avoid gluten, there is no reason not to eat foods that are delicious and that are just as appetizing as any other food types. Moreover, there are many such foods that are based on gluten free recipes that you can prepare at home. So, let’s [...]
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Many people are finding that a gluten free diet is required for their health or the health of their loved one and this news can seem like a burdensome additional restriction when it comes to cooking for the whole family. The good news is that there are wonderful recipes for [...]Read more ›
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Don’t skip the delicious pasta dishes just because you need to eliminate wheat from your diet. It is possible to make pasta without using grains that are harmful to people with celiac disease, a digestive disorder in those who cannot digest the proteins in certain grains. These grains include all types of wheat, rye, barley and triticale (a wheat/rye hybrid), according to the Celiac Disease Foundation.
Shopping for Ingredients
Find many of the ingredients for gluten-free pasta at the supermarket. Some of the ingredients such as xanthan gum and potato starch can be found at a health food store.