Ghergich & Co teamed up with ZeroCater to provide 8 key tips on how to order gluten-free meals. You can find apps, such as Find Me Gluten Free and iEatOut Gluten Free, to find cafes, restaurants, and even food carts.
People eat gluten free for a variety of reasons. Some may have a medical condition such as celiac that prevents them from absorbing gluten. Others may feel leading a life without gluten—or even just limiting gluten—offers them a healthful remedy for daily eating.
Whatever the reason, when you’re eating gluten free at home things can usually be under your control. But what about when you’re out and about, such as at your office? Then you might want to put a little more thought into it, whether you’re hoping to eat gluten free yourself or have those in your office who need to pursue a gluten-free diet.
One way to do an interesting office meal that’s gluten free is to look to other cuisines. Americans may rely on the sandwich, but there are lots of salad and other menu options for global recipes. What are some other ideas?
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