Since my blog began, I’ve received comments about readers wanting to go gluten-free. There are multiple reasons to make this choice. If you’re unfamiliar with how Gluten-Free Spirited started, here’s a quick review: my sister is on doctor’s orders to be gluten-, dairy-, & soy-free because of IBS. She also follows the FODMAP diet. For a more in-depth look at what GFS is & aims to be, read my first blog entry here. If you want to get started on incorporating items that are gluten-, soy-, & dairy-free, I can help you get started with a beginner’s guide.Get your FREE Guide to Dietary-Restriction Friendly Essentials Checklist Click To Tweet
In the months since my sister became more dietary conscious, we’ve done a lot of research (e.g.-trial & error). We’ve discovered some great food, mediocre food, & nasty food. Here is our list of GFS-approved items in the beginner’s guide. (Just a reminder: these foods may contain other allergens and may also not be approved for those with Celiac; we urge you to do further research.)
This list does not contain affiliate links. They are Gluten-Free Spirited approved and suggestions we genuinely think you’ll like.
Here’s a few GFS approved items.
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Once you try the items from the beginner’s guide, I’d love to know what you think! Please leave me feedback with your thoughts. If there’s an item that you like that’s not on this list, leave me a comment. We always want to try new things!