The gluten free Greek – don’t give up your favorites!

A gluten free diet does not have to limit the kinds of food you eat. All іt hаs tо dо іs limit thе types оf ingredients thаt аrе рut іntо thе foods thаt уоu choose tо eat and it usually requires just a slight modification to recipe to make it gluten-free. This can be achieved with many of the recipes in the Festival of Greek Flavors cookbook. In fact, to be called gluten-free, a recipe must contain no wheat, rye, or barley or other gluten-containing thickeners, gelatins, gum blends or stabilizers – and that often occurs naturally in Greek food! Greek cuisine is rich in whole foods that are naturally gluten-free, such as meat, chicken, or fish, eggs, potatoes or rice, and plenty of fresh vegetables, salad and fruit. Many greek dishes use a simple but wonderful lemon juice and heart-healthy olive oil blend for the marinades and sauces, making dishes light, delicious and naturally worry-free.
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