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The term “ancient grains” has no official definition, but it’s quickly become a catchphrase among food manufacturers for cereal grains (seeds of grasses) and pseudograins (seeds of non-grass plants) that have remained unchanged for millennia.
It is well known that oats can be cross-contaminated with the gluten-containing grains wheat, rye and barley. But what about other, naturally gluten-free grains, flours and starches?
Gluten-free food choices are a great thing, but now we need nutrition along with taste.
Q. I’ve been diagnosed with dermatitis herpetiformis. How is it related to celiac disease?
Q: I’ve heard that quinoa is a good gluten alternative. But what is it, and what kind of dishes would I use it in?
Q: I have been hearing more about celiac disease, and wonder if I may have it. What exactly is celiac, and how is it diagnosed?
Q: I’ve heard many people on a gluten-free diet don’t get enough vitamins, minerals and fiber. How do you avoid this?