Despite what many people might think, a gluten-free diet can be just as unhealthy as the standard American diet (also known as SAD). This is due to the fact that most store-bought gluten-free itemsaas well as many recipes in gluten-free cookbooksainclude refined sugar, starches, fillers, and other nutrient-dead foods. Youare likely familiar with some of these ingredients already: White rice flour Potato starch Xantham gum Cornstarch Tapioca flour Guar gum DIV /divDIVHealthier Gluten-Free is a unique cookbook that educates the reader on how to cook without nutritionally deficient ingredients like xanathan gum and starchy flours and instead prepare recipes and meals that focus on flavorful, health-full, naturally gluten-free ingredients, such as: /div Healthy whole grains (brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat, etc.aall of which are gluten-free) Healthy flours (almond flour, coconut flour, millet flour) Healthy fats and binding agents (coconut oil, nut butters, eggs, avocado) Healthy sweeteners (maple syrup, molasses, honey) An abundance of produce and lean meats DIV/divDIVItas clean eating, gluten-free style. /divFood Gluten-Free Tweak Nut balls Protein-rich and satisfying nut balls are a toothsome combination of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit and contain no gluten. ... Dumplings Use starchier flours such as potato, sticky rice, and plantain to create soft and sticky dough for dumplings. bread ... and potato flours make wonderfully flavorful crusts. beer More and more gluten-free beers are hitting the market; most areanbsp;...
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