Celiacs Disease (Gluten Free)

Those with celiacs disease cannot digest gluten. If you like to eat a lot of vegan alternatives, I can see how that would be a problem.

Luckily, most whole vegan foods are naturally gluten free: fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, and nuts.

Additionally, cassava, corn, soy, potato, tapioca, beans, sorghum, quinoa, millet, buckwheat groats, arrowroot, amaranth, teff, flax, chia, yucca, gluten-free oats, and nut flours are all gluten free. (Although they may have cross contact with gluten depending on where you purchase them from).

– Gluten free foods from celiac.org

If you don’t want to stick to fruits, vegetables, legumes and those grains, however. There are some gluten free vegan alternatives!

As always, I’ll add more as I see them or as they’re suggested.

Meat Alternatives

Gardein

Garden veggie burger

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Black bean burger

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Beefless ground

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Chick’n scallopini

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Beyond Meat

Beast burger

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Chick’n tenders

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Butler

Soy curls

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Upton

Jackfruit carnitas

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Praegers

Veggie burger (Also comes in Kale)

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Amy’s

Veggie loaf

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Gluten free non-dairy burrito

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Organic chocolate cakes

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Mac & Cheese

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* To make it easier, here are all of Amy’s vegan + gluten free foods (There are 89 including a lot of their Pad Tai, Teriyaki Bowl, Tamales, Curry, Lentil Soups, I ce Creams and more)

Other

Here are some foods that are not labeled gluten free but don’t appear to have any gluten in them:

Simply Balanced Korean Barbeque Meatless Chicken

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Simply Balanced Smoky Chipotle Meatless Chicken

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Simply Balanced Mushroom Miso Meatless Turkey

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Here are some unprocessed whole foods that are gluten free that can act as meat substitutes:

Tofu

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A lot of people don’t like tofu, but I find a lot of them just make it wrong. Try this vegan Tofu Fried Rice

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Tempeh

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It may look a little weird, but once you get the hang of it you can start creating recipes like this one: Tempeh Bacon Sweet Potato Hash

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Textured Soy Protein

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It’s usually very cheap and you’ve probably seen it a lot in your local grocery store, once it’s hydrated you can use it to make ground beef, burgers and more including vegan tacos

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Jackfruit

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It may not look like much, but Jackfruit can be used to make carnitas, burgers and more, including this BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich

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By-Product Alternatives

So Delicious

Coconut milk cookies and cream

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Coconut milk cookie dough

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Soy milk cookie dough

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Almond milk cookies and cream

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Yogurt alternatives (All yogurt alternatives including greek varieties are certified Gluten-Free)

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All their beverages including their holiday nogs are Gluten-Free certified (but seemingly none of their creamers, bummer)

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Good Karma

Organic Rice Divine- Carrot Cake, Very Vanilla, Very Cherry, Key Lime Pie, Chocolate, Chocolate Chip, Mudd Pie, Mint Chocolate Swirl, Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge, Banana Fudge, Coconut Mango.

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Purely Decadent

Cookie Dough

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Larry & Luna’s Coconut Bliss

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Bee Free Honee

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Agave Nectar (I know it’s controversial but I just listed it dor reference)

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Other

Here are some home made recipes for gluten free vegan friendly milk (dairy)/egg replacements

Rice milk recipe (Raw)

Almond milk recipe (Raw)

Hemp milk (Raw)

Cashew milk recipe (+ Cashew cheese recipes) (All Raw)

Soy milk recipe

Flax seed egg replacement: 1tbsp ground flax + 3 tbsp water = 1 egg

Agar agar egg replacement: 1 tbsp agar agar + 1 tbsp water = 1 egg

Banana egg replacement: 1/2 mashed banana = 1 egg

Chia seed egg replacement: 1tbsp chia seeds + 1/3rd cup water = 1 egg

Peanut butter egg replacement: 3tbsp peanut butter = 1 egg

Applesauce egg replacement: 1/4th cup unsweetened applesauce = 1 egg

Soy protein egg replacement: 1 tbsp soy protein = 1 egg

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