Gluten-Free Shopping: Grains & Pastas
There are a variety of grain, flour and starch alternatives that naturallycontain gluten and thus can be consumed by those on a gluten-free diet. Here are some of our favorites from Amazon.com!
All grains are considered “high risk” for cross-contact because they are often grown, milled and manufactured near gluten-containing grains. Whenever possible, purchase naturally gluten-free grains that are labeled gluten-free or certified gluten-free by a third party.
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