Gluten is the naturally occurring protein found in wheat, barley, rye and similar grains like triticale, a cross between wheat and rye. The typical American pantry is loaded with foods that contain gluten, including breads, cereals, pastas, wheat flour and beer. Individuals typically avoid gluten because they have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, or as part of a weight-loss diet.
Whether you’re celiac or wheat-sensitive, it’s easy to eat clean and gluten-free with one of our one- or two-week meal plans that are completely wheat-free.
Eating for a gluten-free lifestyle means you have to be prepared. In just 1 afternoon, you can make all 5 of these wheat-free recipes to yield a week’s worth of meals to keep you satisfied and on track.