For to many people a gluten free diet is difficult to follow regularly. However if you are allergic to gluten, then a gluten free diet is a must and cannot be ignored. Gluten is a substance that is commonly found in wheat flour. Most of the items that you eat daily like breads, pastries, pizzas and pastas have gluten in them. Since most of the food items eaten frequently are made from wheat, it is difficult to follow a gluten free diet.
Rice and rice products are an alternative to those who wish to be on gluten free diet. In fact, there are plenty of rice flour gluten free recipes available online and in cookbooks. In many parts of the world, rice is the staple food. There are many delicious and mouth watering dishes that you can make with rice. Rice is so versatile that you can create different types of food with it for whole year! You can have whole rice like how it is had in countries like China, India and Korea or use the rice flour to make different types of food items.
The limitation of using rice as the major ingredient for gluten free diet is that you cannot bake breads with rice flour. The best way to get started is to make rice as the base for the gluten free diet and try to supplement it with other gluten free foods. There are many different types of packaged foods also available that are gluten free. If you do not like to have rice on a daily basis, you can try the packaged foods for a change. Ensure that you check the labels for the gluten free tag.
Gluten free diet is healthy and is a must for those suffering from celiac disease. You can also mix rice flour with other gluten free flours and bake bread though it may not be as tasty as the wheat bread. By experimenting a little, you can have a tasty and nutritious gluten free diet with rice as the base.
Emily Williams says
me and my sister are both allergic to Gluten and we were always on a gluten-free diet ever since we were teenagers. *
im always on a Gluten Free diet. i really hate my allergy to gluten because i love the taste of wheat bread. oh well, you just got to live with it.