Yes, when i switched to the Gluten-Free diet i didn’t know much, so i went to the Gluten -Free section at my grocery store and bought some Biscuits, shortbreads, some other snacks etc etc, but very soon i realised the biscuits were nothing but a butter and sugar with some flavouring agents in it. I tried many other brands but they all tasted very greasy and odd. The namkeens again had a weird ‘oil’ like flavour to them. I read the packets and realised almost all these products were high on Sodium, Sugar and Fat. Health may not have been what the manufacturers of those products had in mind, especially when the related ingredient lists often contain various forms of sugar, fat, sodium and other less desirable ingredients. So my suggestion would be to read the packaging label very carefully when you are making a purchase. You should know what you are eating. Also i would highly recommend that you try cooking instead of buying.
Hi! I am Khushboo. I am gluten intolerant and this is my Gluten-free food diary – not necessarily fancy recipes, just what I eat on a day to day basis as well as my food discoveries, to give you some inspiration. I try to make gluten-free food enjoyable & affordable. If they can make it with gluten, we can make it without.
This is a blog for anyone who wants to eat healthy and delicious food, my recipes are not complicated, i have kept it simple so that anyone can cook. If you can make tea then you should be able to make these dishes too.
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