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    what are gluten free ingredients?

    Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:54 pm Groupie
    I already have an idea of what ingredients contain gluten and what don't. However there are a few I'm unsure about. These are: cornmeal, polenta, and rice (any kind of rice).

    I have Aspberger's and it was recommended to me that
    should have a low-gluten/gluten free diet as a result.

    Do any dairy products contain glutinous ingredients? If so, what are they?
    Sat May 01, 2010 2:31 am
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    wave.gif Hi Kawaiineko32

    Dry polenta and cornmeal are both from corn and gluten-free

    All varieties of rice are gluten-free .....including glutinous rice varieties.

    All plain, unflavored dairy that is not thickened will be gluten-free.
    Plain milk- all varieties are gluten-free. You will need to check the ingredients list if you are buying flavored milk.
    Cheese- all are naturally gluten-free......but dont purchase the ready grated cheeses as they often use flours to keep them from clumping. Be careful also of cheese that have added ingredients. Cream cheese is also gluten-free
    Soy/Rice and nut milks- mostly gluten-free but you will need to check the ingredient lists. Again-be careful of the flavored varieties
    Ice-cream- You can get gluten-free ice-cream, though you will need to check each time you purchase.
    Sorbets- mostly gluten-free....check labels
    Yogurt- Yogurt can be gluten-free. Again check labels. Many are thickened with flours.
    Crean- plain cream is gluten-free. Check 'thickened' creams as they can be thickened with flours,gums or gelatin/gelatine. (gelatin and agar are gluten-free)

    Hope this helps you

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