Vegan Gluten-free Diet Food List
If you are intolerant or completely allergic to gluten, you might be scratching your head to figure out how to combine your gluten-free diet with a vegan diet. Does your favorite flour contain gluten? Does rice have gluten? This vegan gluten-free shopping list will help answer all your questions and pick the foods that can tick both the vegan and the gluten-free boxes.
Here you will find your ultimate vegan gluten-free food list to start a vegan and gluten-free diet. The list is non-exhaustive but contains all the basics ingredients you need to live cook delicious vegan gluten-free recipes.
Does your flour contain gluten? Does rice contain gluten? if you have a gluten intolerance or celiac disease you may ask yourself all these questions and that makes sense. It is surprising to see much common food containing gluten.
Does rice have gluten?
No, rice is a gluten-free grain. It’s true of all sorts of rice: white rice, brown rice, black rice, jasmine rice, sticky rice.
Does flour have gluten?
Luckily, not all flours contain gluten. Obviously, all-purpose wheat flour and whole-wheat flour contain gluten. However, there’s a wide list of gluten-free flour to help you create vegan gluten-free baking goods. See the picture above to find the gluten-free flour list. Some of the most popular gluten-free flours are:
- Almond flour
- Amaranth flour
- Buckwheat flour – yes, buckwheat may have wheat in its name, but it is a gluten-free flour.
- Brown rice flour
- Chestnuts flour
- Coconut flour
- Corn flour
- White rice flour
- Tapioca flour
- Sorghum flour
What are the unexpected sources of gluten for a vegan?
The list below gathers the high gluten foods that you should avoid on a vegan gluten-free diet. It includes the food that actually contains wheat and the ones that surprisingly contain hidden sources of gluten.
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