This post, Is Wheatgrass Gluten-Free?, contains affiliate links. As someone with celiac disease, we know we cannot eat anything with gluten in it. This includes products made from wheat, barley and rye and all derivatives of these ingredients. There are two food products that include the word “wheat” in their names, which make gluten-free people […]
Is It Gluten-Free?
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This post about the Nima Sensor contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures and disclaimers. The Nima Sensor has won over my celiac heart. In case you’re not familiar with it, the Nima Sensor is a portable gluten detecting device that allows you to test your food for gluten. If you’ve ever wondered if that […]
The Nima Sensor giveaway has ended. This post contains affiliate links and coupons. Ok, if you’ve been following this blog for awhile, you’ve likely heard about the Nima Sensor. The Nima Sensor is a nifty little pocket-sized device that tests a sample-sized amount of your food for gluten. Nima offers the transparency us gluten-free eaters […]
You may be wondering, “Are Rice Krispie Treats Gluten-Free?” The answer is yes and no. I’m baffled that a cereal made from rice contains gluten, but it does. Yep, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies contain malt flavoring, which is derived from a barley grain. Barley is not gluten-free and therefore Kellogg’s Rice Krispies are not gluten-free. Shocking, right? I include […]
Understanding whether or not something is certified gluten-free can be confusing for someone new to the gluten-free diet. In fact, the world of gluten-free eating can be very confusing in general and there is little regulation of the industry. Some brands even create their own official-looking certified gluten-free seals that often confuse even the most educated […]