How to Go Gluten Free

By Robin Hilmantel | Last Updated September 27, 2014
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Switching to a gluten-free diet doesn’t have to mean giving up all your favorite foods.

Gluten is the general name for the proteins found in wheat, rye and barley; it helps many foods, like pasta, bread and other baked goods, hold their shape. Therefore, gluten can be hard to avoid—but eliminating it, without letting food restrictions rule one’s life, is becoming easier to do. Gluten-free breads and baking ingredients are popping up in mainstream grocery stores, and cooks and pastry chefs are now serving gluten-free dishes that taste indistinguishable from traditional versions. Get their tips here.  

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