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Best Gluten-Free Eats

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Gluten seems to be in just about everything these days: beer, whiskey, processed food, soy sauce, sausages, deli meat, tea, freaking envelopes... the list goes on. Going gluten-free while eating out is even harder — if you don't stick to plain, undressed salad, you have no idea what you're getting...
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Best Gluten-Free Eats

P.F. Chang's

What do you get when you combine 24 gluten-free menu items with one of the most popular Chinese chain restaurants in the U.S.? Very happy celiacs. P.F. Chang's recognized the demand for gluten-free menu items long before other big restaurants hopped onboard. A spokeswoman for the chain says the gluten-free...
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Best Gluten-Free Eats

At's-A-Pizza

Pizza is one of dining's great pleasures. Unfortunately, its traditional form is built on a foundation of gluten as its crust. For those who can't eat wheat, At's-A-Pizza provides a tasty and remarkably chewy alternative built with a rice flour crust. For the same price as a gluten-based pie, the...
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Your Gluten-Free Beer Might Not Be Gluten-Free

3 years ago by Devin Desjarlais
Scientists published a finding that all celiacs or gluten-intolerant individuals should pay attention to.In late-2011, the American Chemical Society released a report in which they broke down the ingredients in beer, specifically focusing on hordein, prolamin glycoprotein present in barley and some other cereals.What's significant about this specific element? Like...
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Fresh First: 100% Gluten Free in Fort Lauderdale

1 year ago by Sara Ventiera
Once upon a time people ate meat and potatoes, and were absolutely fine with it. Then we learned about heart disease, celiacs, dairy-allergies, the industrial farming system, and all the other issues stemming from our "standard American diet." (SAD) While awareness of dietary issues still has a way to go,...
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