Here are some of the most popular drinks and whether they contain gluten
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Sometimes recipes you find on the internet may not be what they seem...
Why is butter better than margarine..or is it? Find out all you need to know about these two fats and what is best to use in your baking
Learn the tips to make gluten free shopping easy and an enjoyable experience (yes it can be!)
For those that want to sweeten their foods without added calories, or don’t like using refined white sugar, sugar substitutes can be used
Coconut oil has been found to be a healthy fat to consume, and with its antibacterial, antiviral properties, and health-protecting properties, its ideal to use on your skin as well
Coconut oil can be used in everything from cakes, fudge, frying, and even on your body as a moisturizer!
Are alcoholic drinks gluten free? Do beer, wine, mixed drinks or spirits contain gluten? The answer is yes... and no.
On August 2, 2013, the FDA finally made a ruling about how and when food can be labeled gluten free
Oats have proteins that are similar in structure to the gliadins in wheat gluten