Removing gluten from the diet is a challenge, but if you have celiac / coeliac disease, eating gluten is not an option. Even if you have not been diagnosed with celiac disease, there are many people who have gluten or wheat intolerances, and who feel much better when they cut these ingredients out of their diet.
Gluten is the protein part of wheat, rye, barley, oats, and other related grains. These grains are used in the preparation of many foods, and go by many different names, so it is often hard to tell whether your food is gluten-free or not. So what are the options? Give up breads, cakes and cookies? Or try cooking with Expert Foods?
We suggest that you give our products a try! Our Wise Choice Cake-ability Baking Aid works with ground nuts to make a variety of baked goods, that as well as being good for you, actually taste good. Plus, since you bake them yourself, you’ll know exactly what’s in them. Try these Gluten-free Recipes
- Lemon poppy-seed muffins
- Pistachio and raisin biscotti
- ‘Rye’ bread
- Chocolate-almond cake
Here’s what Mary Schluckebier, executive director of the CSA (Celiac Sprue Association) had to say about our products:
“The ingredients and functions of the products fit well with the requirements of a celiac diet. We tried them and found them to be excellent and very consistent with the needs of those in our association.”