94 Foods You Wouldn’t Expect To Contain Gluten

Dear Beautiful People! Even though GLUTEN has become the curse word of the century, many people are not quite aware which foods or ingredients contain gluten and which ones are GF (gluten free). I am sharing this excellent list with you that I found on a great and very informative site https://jumpinwellness.com. Use it in good health!

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Welcome to The Big List of Foods That You Wouldn’t Expect To Contain Gluten. This list will always be expanding and upgrading, so if you have a suggestion for a food just comment and it will be added shortly. Click on the hot links to buy the gluten-free version or recipe listed.

Amaranth- Amaranth usually does not contain gluten but has a small chance of cross-contamination. Here you can buy specifically made gluten-free Amaranth Flour.

Asparagus- Asparagus is naturally gluten-free but sometimes seasoned or topped with a substance that contains gluten.

Bagels- Bagels are made with wheat causing a high gluten content. Here you can buy gluten-free bagels ODoughs Original Gluten-Free Bagel.

Baked Goods- Most baked goods are made with wheat or flour as a key ingredient so it does contain gluten. Here you can buy gluten-free recipes Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes.

Barley- Barley contains gluten anyway it…

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28 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you Dolly, this is always good to know. 👍

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    1. My pleasure – it’s a great reference resource.

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  2. [ Smiles ] Helpful information for those who gluten intolerance.

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Renard.

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      1. [ Smiles ] You are most welcome.

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  3. Hey, thank you for the very informative posting! Hope you had a nice, sunny beginning of May. 😉 Michael

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    1. Thank you, Michael! It’s always sunny here, and the day is getting better by the minute.

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      1. Yes! 😉 Sorry, I forget, its South Florida! 😉

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      2. Nothing to be sorry about, but to hop on the plane and come here!

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      3. OMG, sometimes in future i surely will do.;-) Michael

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      4. You have a standing invitation for sailing and dinner. Even when my kitchen is on the boat, it is still my kitchen!

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      5. Thank you for the honor! I will report in good time when I am in the country. 😉

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      6. The honor will be ours!

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      7. You are so kind. thx 😉 Michael

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    1. Thank you, and thank you for visiting my blog. I love your blog; I am glad I found you!

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      1. Megala says:

        Thanks for your kind words!

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      2. My pleasure, dear Megala!

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  4. Joëlle says:

    Very helpful, thank you!

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    1. You are most welcome, dear Joelle; I thought you would like it!

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  5. Sumith says:

    Very informative post.

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    1. Thank you, Sumith!

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    1. I certainly believe in it, and have three years worth of data collected in my school to support it. However, spelt serves this purpose, as it has a different type of gluten that is water soluble, destroyed by heat, and broken down by mixing or kneading. Unless one is allergic to gluten or suffers from celiac disorder, spelt could be included in a GF menu beneficial for ADD/ADHD and ASD.

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