How to Use the Library to Live Gluten Free on a Budget

gluten free on a budget

Has it ever occurred to you that you can use the library to live gluten free on a budget? It doesn’t for many people, but you can actually find a lot of useful and free resources on how to live gluten free at your local public library. Watch the video below where I share how to use the library to live gluten free on a budget.

Learn how to use the app flipster to access free magazines and newspapers at your public library.

Should You Be Gluten Free?

Should you really be gluten free? Watch my video below to learn about what to consider when deciding whether or not to be gluten free. The decision to be gluten free is more complicated than some people think.

Free Wellness Consultation to get help with going gluten free or anything else you want help with.

101 Best Gluten Free Foods

What are the 101 best gluten free foods? Are there really such a think as the best gluten free foods? The reality is that yes there are, the book 101 Best Gluten-Free Foods. I found this book originally in the clearance section at Barnes and Noble for about $4 but recently noticed from the link above that Amazon has it for only $3. It is well worth your money especially if you have to be gluten free for the rest of your life.

Just like the title of the book, 101 Gluten Free Foods has information about 101 of the best gluten free foods. For each food there is a description of the food, health benefits of the food, selection and storage, preparation and recipe suggestions. Examples of some of the best gluten free foods talked about in this book include:

Amaranth
Apples
Arborio Rice
Arrowroot
Brown Rice Flour
Buckwheat
Chickpeas
Cornstarch
Gelatin
Honey
Lettuce
Millet

and many more.

101 Best Gluten-Free Foods also has over 80 recipes you can make with this great gluten free foods.

I’ve read a lot of gluten free books and a lot of books with gluten free recipes and honestly if you have only one book on gluten free cooking and living, this would be it. It really is that helpful. The pictures are great as well and this book also has a helpful introduction on implementing a gluten free diet although with some basic recipes for gluten free flours.