RULES FOR POSTING RECIPES

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Please do not post any recipes containing any forms of grain.  This includes:

  • wheat
  • barley
  • rye
  • oats
  • millet
  • sorghum
  • teff
  • corn
  • rice (wild rice is ok)
  • triticale
  • spelt

We have different topics for gluten free recipes that are also casein free, soy free, and free of other common diet allergens.  Please post by the topic to help people find them easier.Smile

By posting your recipe, you are giving Gluten Free Society permission to use it in print format.  It is our purpose to collect all recipes submitted and use them in book formats to help those going gluten free. If you leave your information with the recipe, we will credit you in any future print releases or books.

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Why is wild rice okay?

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Wild Rice is a marsh grass.  Typically grown in Canada and North America.  It is not a grain.

Tastes very similar to brown rice if you cook it long enoughSmile

 

All the best,

GFS

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I would love to buy this wild rice! Where can I get it?

If you buy wild rice will it specifically say on the ingredients ‘wild rice’? I ask this because I bought some organic ‘gluten free’ rice that looks pretty wild but who knows what it really is?

Also, is wild rice ever used as an ingredient in processed food such as pasta? Or do they typically use gluten rice in those cases?

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Yay! Laugh I found wild rice!! It’s in the natural food section at the grocery store. They keep it in the bins where you serve yourself. Just hope it’s not cross-contaminated! Surprised

 

MichelleKiss

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Michelle,

You can buy it online direct from the farmers without the risk of cross contaminationSmile

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What about amaranth, arrowroot, quinoa, or montina (indian rice grass)?

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From what we’ve discussed on other topics, the psuedo cereals/grains (amaranth, buckwheat, quinoa) are okay as long as they are not cross-contaminated. They are actually a seed and not a grain and therefore contain no gluten. That goes for wild grass rice as well. But finding a reputable sorce without cross-contimation might be tricking especially with traditional gluten free diet contaminants (ie. corn, rice, sorghum, millet, etc.).

 

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Hi! I am pretty new to this! I am also very confused about what is a grain and what isn't.  Does this website have a list of grains with gluten and an ok list?  I am getting little tidbits here and there but still confused.  My 2 year old and I are on the grain free diet, but if I could add something to make life a bit easier I would love to. Right now we are staying away from ANYTHING that I think is a grain…. which is pretty much everything. Thanks to anyone who could offer me some info!

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I feel silly I mean I do see the list up top, is this all of them?

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Little Pig,

Look at the recipe section there are some really good recipes and also Elanaspantry.com and many other sites will be helpful.  Put grainfree recipes in your search engine (google) and you will be surprised with all of the recipes you find! Any questions you have just ask away!

 

Good for you teaching your little one to eat healthy now!!!!!

Lori

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Gluten Free Society said:

Please do not post any recipes containing any forms of grain.  This includes:

  • wheat
  • barley
  • rye
  • oats
  • millet
  • sorghum
  • teff
  • corn
  • rice (wild rice is ok)
  • triticale
  • spelt

We have different topics for gluten free recipes that are also casein free, soy free, and free of other common diet allergens.  Please post by the topic to help people find them easier.Smile

By posting your recipe, you are giving Gluten Free Society permission to use it in print format.  It is our purpose to collect all recipes submitted and use them in book formats to help those going gluten free. If you leave your information with the recipe, we will credit you in any future print releases or books.


 

HI I was wondering if it is ok to post the name of the products used in some receipes for example “McCormicks spices” or Jennie O meats?SmileSmile

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Yes.  You can post name brands.Smile

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Dr. Osborne, could you please comment on hemp? I have found a very tantalizing breakfast cereal containing hemp and chia seeds, available for purchase at RuthsHempFoods dot com. From the home page, point to “products” then click on Chia Goodness.

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I believeSmile hemp is a seed not a grain so as long as your source is good you should be fine to ear it.

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