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Eating gluten-free is not always an easy or fun diet change. However, for some people, eating gluten-free is a necessary adjustment for their health. Even if you have been gluten-free for years or just a few days, finding great replacements for old favorites is not always an easy task. Instead of thinking that you must give up your favorite foods altogether, many brands and companies have found ways to create gluten-free options that taste similar to their original counterparts and can be found on most grocery store shelves nowadays. Here are three gluten-free replacements that will have your mouth watering for more.

 

Soy Sauce Replacement

Those who love oriental food, know that soy sauce is a commodity at the table. This sauce is usually produced with wheat, which is a negative ingredient for gluten-free eaters. Two of the best replacements for soy sauce is coconut aminos and tamari. These give you that delicious flavor that soy sauce is known for, but they are wheat and gluten free. The best bet is to check the label on the options since some tamari can contain traces of wheat. You can even look for a few major brands that now offer a gluten-free option that is certified by the Gluten-Free Intolerance Group. Many oriental restaurants are beginning to offer gluten-free sauce options as well.

 

Pasta Replacement

For many people, pasta is a difficult thing to give up when first going gluten-free. However, gluten-free pasta is easy and simple to find nowadays. These replacements are made with healthy grains like rice and vegetable noodle options. You can cook them the same way you would wheat noodles, topping them with your favorite gluten-free sauces or cheeses. The best part about gluten-free pasta options is that they taste virtually the same in both flavor and texture as their wheat noodle siblings. Most grocery store chains have several brands and noodle options to choose from so you can choose the best option for your taste and needs.

 

Flour Replacement

Whether you like to bake bread, cake, pie crusts, or other items, flour is a necessary commodity in the kitchen. Gravy, roux, and other things are made with flour to thicken them for consumption. Those who are on a gluten-free diet are steering clear of wheat flours, which might make it seem like an impossible task in the kitchen. However, there are several gluten-free flour options out there now that make it easy to keep up your normal cooking and baking habits. Some of the best are rice flour, almond flour, coconut flour, and buckwheat flour, among others. These flours usually come in blends that mix in tapioca starch or potato starch to help bind the flour together for better baking.

 

Conclusion

Whether you’ve been gluten-free eating for an awhile or you are just starting down this journey, finding gluten-free replacements is beginning to get easier and easier. Many companies are starting to produce food items for gluten-free eaters everywhere, making labels easier to read. Still, some companies are getting their gluten-free options certified with notations on the packaging that let people like you and I know their product is safe for consumption. Eating gluten-free used to be difficult and scary, but the many replacement options out there today make it easier than ever to get delicious food that is safe to eat.

 

While we only mentioned a few items on this list, there are hundreds of gluten-free replacement foods out there. Even restaurants are getting on board by providing safe and healthy options for those on a gluten-free diet. With a little time research, you can create a kitchen full of gluten-free replacements that taste much like the original, and you don’t have to stress too much to find what you are looking for. Gone are the days when you can’t enjoy cakes, bread, or pasta because the replacements are just as tasty but safe for those who need to eat gluten-free.

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