What food has gluten?


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2012-03-31 01:17:57
2012-03-31 01:17:57

That's a difficult question.

Anything made from wheat, barley, or rye, and any product containing ingredients made from these is going to contain gluten. So of course bread, cakes, crackers, and pasta all contain gluten. But there are many products like salad dressing, soy sauce, beer, bleu cheese, malts, or most breakfast cereals that we don't think of as necessarily containing wheat, which are no-nos on a gluten free diet.

A shorter answer is "most foods." Particularly processed and packaged foods. Wheat and barley are hiding all over the place.

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