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Maltodextrin

Is maltodextrin gluten free?

Is maltodextrin gluten free? Maltodextrin is made from partially hydrolyzed starch. In the US, this starch is usually corn. In Europe, it is commonly wheat. However, the processing of maltodextrin removes the protein, making it gluten free. In case you are still concerned about your maltodextrin’s ancestral origins, if wheat is used, it should be […]

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Milk

Milk

Is milk gluten free? Is milk gluten free? Plain milk, whether from cows, goats, sheep, or even raccoons, is gluten free. Regular milk, 2% milk, 1% milk, skim milk, half-and-half, and even heavy whipping cream are safe to eat on a gluten free diet. However, flavored milks and coffee creamers may not be safe. Always […]

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