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Let’s turn your kitchen into a battlefield against gluten.

Going and staying gluten-free isn’t the easiest thing in the world, it involves extreme preparations and carefully analyzing what products you can use that doesn’t contain gluten or isn’t cross-contaminated during processing and various other tedious problems that come with the lifestyle. So being able to navigate around your kitchen without worrying whether something is allowed to make cooking as easy as possible is our end goal.

From various flours to seasonings, we’ll go over the most important ingredients that you’ll need to take your cooking to the next level and making a gluten-free diet successful, even with all its challenges.

 Additives and Cooking Flours

When it comes to flours and additives, there’s quite an amount of variety in the market, but the ones we’ll mention below are the most used in our kitchen.


 Nuts and Seeds

Nuts and seeds all have nutrients we need; they offer a great variety of vitamins, minerals, healthy fats and so forth that work together to keep our mind and body healthy.

Hunting down nuts and seeds that haven’t been cross-contaminated can be a pain, took trying out various companies before we found the right one, and the ones below are the ones we buy.


Fats and Oils

Choosing the right oil for cooking or general use can be tricky, especially since the consumption of healthy fats is crucial on a gluten-free diet. These are the ones used in our kitchen for optimum health.