It’s not unusual to see a “GF” label on grocery shelves and restaurant menus to denote products are gluten-free, but what exactly does that mean? Wednesday, Jan. 13, is National Gluten-Free Day, the perfect opportunity to learn.
Gluten is a group of various proteins found in certain grains like wheat, barley and rye. Some individuals have a sensitivity to these proteins or cannot tolerate them at all (celiac disease).
Chances are, you most likely have met someone in your life who is gluten-free. To commemorate this day, try one of these 77 delicious recipes and invite them over to enjoy.
– Katie Householder, On 3 Public Relations