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Actually Gluten Free Foods List

All fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry, fish and seafood, dairy, beans, legumes, and nuts. In addition, the following products, although high in starch, are also gluten-free: rice, corn / maize, potato, cassava, soy, tapioca, sorghum, quinoa, millet, buckwheat groats, arrowroot, amaranth, teff, flax, chia, yucca, gluten-free oats and nut flours.

Actually Gluten Free Recipes and Advice

Gluten Foods to Avoid

Gluten is found in all wheat products made with white flour, or wheat flour, wholegrain or durum wheat, wheat germ or wheat brand. Therefore, you need avoid all of the following types of foods: Pasta, couscous, bread, cookies, cakes, muffins, pastries, cereal, crackers, biscuits, beer, oats, gravy, dressings, sauces. Be careful about the hidden gluten in a lot of ready meals and supermarket foods such as: soups, stock cubes, breadcrumbs and croutons, sweets, fried foods, vegetarian meals, modified food starch, chips and other flavoured snacks, salad dressings, soy sauce and ready rice and pasta mixes.

Is it gluten free?Is it actually gluten-free?

As you’re beginning an actually gluten free diet, you may occasionally find yourself eating uncommon foods and asking yourself, “wait, is this gluten free?”  This can be a frustrating experience, but we’ll try to set the record straight here and now on the following twelve foods. Read more on our Gluten Free Frequently Asked Questions page.


Is Buckwheat gluten-free?
Is Wine gluten-free?
Is Beer gluten-free?
Is Barley gluten-free?
Is Rice gluten-free?
Is Couscous gluten-free?
Is Oatmeal gluten-free?
Is Cheese gluten-free?
Is Meat gluten-free?
Is Mustard gluten-free?
Is Maltodextrin gluten-free?
Is Marshmallows gluten-free?

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