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Ossie-Sharon 7 years ago

Hi, reenied. Most of our recipes are gluten-free, even if not labeled as such. If there are particular recipes in which you are interested but are not gluten-free, please repost, and I will help you. If you don’t like seeds, you can have nuts instead (same amount).

reenied 7 years ago

I am gluten free and diary free. I don’t know about eating pumpkin seed or any seeds. Anything else I could replace for that item? Where do I find more Gluten free recipes on website?

Ossie-Sharon 8 years ago

White Basmati is still a white rice, meaning it is refined. While Basmati is better than regular rice, it is still recommended to go for the brown, unrefined type.

noelled 8 years ago

I am brand new here and I have a question about rice. Is it ok to have basmati white rice?

Ossie-Sharon 8 years ago

Hi, Sandrae. Most of the items in the Menu Planner are or can be gluten-free. In addition to the inherently gluten-free ones (quinoa, rice, rice bread, amaranth, etc.), note the many grain products listed as 100% whole GRAIN – you can choose whatever grain you want. For the other products, you can get the gluten-free versions. They are intentionally listed quite loosely.

sandrae 8 years ago

I ossie I would like to see gluten-free foods in my menu planner can you please help thank you

Ossie-Sharon 9 years ago

Hello there and welcome! Since you choose the foods for the Menu Planner, you will find this program to be very gluten-free-friendly. Plus, since so many people are going your direction (even people without Celiac!), more and more healthy gluten-free products are showing up in grocery stores. If you would like a list of gluten-free foods in the Menu Planner, please let us know here, and we will provide it.

Barb 9 years ago

Just started this, but I\’m gluten free…any suggestions or receipe fo that

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