Top Ten Gluten Free Snacks
May 15, 2012 11 Comments
This photo made me giggle. Yes, a sign usually reserved for construction sites is on bread.
Many people have started following a gluten-free diet because they find that they can't tolerate gluten or are allergic to it. Also, some bread tastes a bit like concrete so this sign clearly makes sense.
In case you didn't know, gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, kamut, and spelt. Gluten is also a food additive and can be hidden under the names "maltodextrine" and "dextrine".
Why are so many people choosing gluten free? I think that people feel better when they don't eat the many processed foods that use gluten.
Think about it. Start your day without toast or a donut, then don't eat a sandwich for lunch, and then skip the pizza for dinner. So, what did you eat?
You probably made much better choices by going gluten-free. Maybe you had my yogurt, walnut, and maple syrup breakfast, a salad for lunch, and a lovely stew with carrots, potatoes, and peas for dinner.
Hey, what about your snacks? I have chosen 10 of the most popular gluten free options on Snack Girl.
Here is the complete list of gluten free snacks on (over 140):
Have you tried going gluten-free? Please share.
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