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You Can Attend Parties and Events while Eating Gluten-Free

You don’t have to avoid your gluten-eating friends or starve when enjoying your college party scene. Here are some simple ideas for surviving social gatherings: [more…]

How to Travel on a Gluten-Free Diet

Planes, trains, and automobiles can all offer successful travel fare — even for the gluten-free! In fact, most cruise lines have great gluten-free choices now. So do some research before a trip and find [more…]

How to Shop for Gluten-Free Products from Local Stores

If you need gluten-free products, buying them from a local grocery store may be the most cost-effective way to go. But you can save a ton of money by preparing meals on your own and forgoing some of the [more…]

How to Shop for Gluten-Free Products Online

Shopping online may be a good solution for getting that great gluten-free bread you read about. Maybe you’re in a spot where stores that carry gluten-free goods are hard to come by. Or maybe you tried [more…]

How to Check Food Labels for Gluten

If you’re gluten-free due to a medical condition, then you need to be extra vigilant about avoiding every bit of gluten. Knowing what to look for on a food label is huge. [more…]

Contamination of Gluten-Free Foods

At this point, companies can say their products are gluten-free even if they contain significant amounts of gluten due to contamination in processing. Gluten-free labeling is currently unregulated in the [more…]

How Someone Eating Gluten-Free Can Share a Kitchen with Gluten

In your shared-housing situation, a totally gluten-free kitchen may not be possible, so you need to take some precautions to ensure that you don’t accidentally consume gluten. If you’re gluten-free for [more…]

How to Equip Your Gluten-Free Kitchen

With a few well-chosen resources and tools, you can safely feed yourself gluten-free and create your own recipes. Following are the essentials — and a few nice-to-have items — to get you started. [more…]

How to Bake with Gluten-Free Mixes

Gluten-free baking has come a long way. Your results can be far tastier and less gritty and crumbly than in the past. Mixes differ from gluten-free flour blends in that they have many of the ingredients [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: No-Cook Breakfasts

If you think only of grain-based foods like cereal, donuts, pancakes, toast, oatmeal, and bagels when you envision breakfast, you may wonder what a gluten-free soul can eat. The truth is you don’t have [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Breakfast Beverages

Whipping up a high-protein, gluten-free breakfast on your way out the door is easy and takes almost no time at all! Make a satisfying smoothie with fruit juice or milk — or try coconut, rice, or almond [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Quick Breakfast Options

Five minutes is all you need to throw together a quick, warm, and gluten-free breakfast using a toaster, microwave, toaster oven, or oven broiler. These recipes also make fabulous late-night study snacks [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Sweet Comfort Breakfast Fare

Many people enjoy a bit of sweetness in the morning, and the following breakfasts provide a dose of sweet to satisfy your taste buds while offering lasting nutrition. Find recipes here for morning favorites [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Savory Breakfasts

A high-protein, gluten-free breakfast helps you feel full longer, causing you to eat less throughout the day. So although a breakfast of meat and eggs may feel like a splurge, it can help you curb your [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: No-Cook Lunches

As a student eating gluten-free, don’t fall into the trap of grabbing a bag of chips or swinging through the drive-through when you’re short on time. When you hear “no-cook lunch,” you may instantly think [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Quick Heat-and-Eat Meals

Even if you only have a few minutes for lunch, resist grabbing one of the many unhealthy or unsatisfying gluten-free options available to you. Instead, take a few minutes to heat and eat something great [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Lunches Featuring Salads and Vegetables

Munching on meal-sized salads can be super satisfying for those on a gluten-free diet, and these meals are really fast to prepare, especially if you use precooked meat. Leave out the meat altogether to [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Burgers and Sandwiches

No need to settle for a PB&J or a takeout burger when you want a great gluten-free sandwich. With a few extra minutes and ingredients, you can make a restaurant-quality burger or sandwich in your apartment [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Tacos

Gluten-free diners are always looking for a good tortilla. Corn tortillas and taco shells are usually a safe gluten-free bet. But really, you can bundle taco fillings with just about anything. Aside from [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Stir-Fries

Stir-fry is a simple dish of vegetables and usually meat that’s quickly cooked over high heat. Ingredients consist of a variety of vegetables, some protein, and a good gluten-free sauce. You need only [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Pasta Dishes

Yes, you can still have pasta on a gluten-free diet! You just need to look for alternatives to the old standard wheat pasta. Noodles made from rice and corn are usually gluten-free, and there’s a wide [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Grill with Gusto

Grilling is an easy way to create a healthy, gluten-free meal with very little effort. Believe it or not, you don’t even need a traditional grill. A simple grill pan on a stove burner or an electric grill/panini [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Casseroles

Feeling homesick? Is your friend feeling down in the dumps? Is it your night to cook for the roommates? Invited to a potluck? A gluten-free casserole may be the answer. One-dish meals are an awesome way [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Soups

Many soups — both the brothy, clear variety and the thick and creamy kind — are traditionally made with gluten-containing ingredients. But you can make some tasty gluten-free varieties as well. [more…]

Gluten-Free Recipes: Sophisticated Sides

When starting to cook gluten-free, simpler is often better — after all, just deciphering ingredients takes some work. You may stick with one-ingredient main dishes such as grilled meats and fish and very [more…]

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