Gluten Free Info

How To Eat Gluten Free and Love it!

Sensitivities differ from person to person and ingredients differ from brand to brand. Always check the label’s fine print. This is an abbreviated list of some of the most commonly used items.

Red Light (contains gluten)

barley, beer, blue cheese, bulgur, cereal, commercial baked goods, coucous, durum, graham, gravies and sauces, imitation seafood, malt, malt flavoring and malt vinegar, oats, pizza, pretzels, rye, seitan, semolina, spelt, wheat

Yellow Light ( check ingredients)

flavorings and fillers, frozen vegetables with sauces/seasonings, marinades, mustard, salad dressing, soups, soy sauce

Green Light ( no gluten)

beans, buckwheat, cellophane noodles, chickpea four, corn, dairy, eggs, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, lentils, meat and poultry, millet, nuts, potatoes, quinoa, rice, rice noodles, seafood, soy, tapioca, tofu

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