There are many promoted alternatives for those with celiac disease or those unable to digest gluten. The gluten-free products at the grocery store are made with starch ingredients which is just another harmful ingredient to the body. Here are some gluten-free alternatives while using the electric food list.
The gluten-free ingredients on the electric food list that can replace common flour uses are,
- Chickpea/Garbanzo bean flour
- Walnut meal (ground walnuts)
- Wild Rice
Bread - flatbread or tortillas can be made with chickpea flour, Teff flour can also be used to make a bread called injera. These breads also do not require an leavening agents nor yeast.
See recipe for chickpea tortillas.
See recipe for injera made with teff flour.
Chips - Kale chips
See recipe for kale chips.
Oatmeal - Amaranth grain is an excellent alternative to oatmeal. It is cooked very similar to oat meal as a porridge or hot cereal. Quinoa grain is also good substitute.
Pasta - 100% quinoa dried pasta is an option as well as spaghetti swirling zucchini or king oyster mushroom. Spaghetti squash is also a great alternative.
See recipe for homemade chickpea/garbanzo flour.
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