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May 30, 2018
Going organic or eating with dietary restrictions can be a tough aspect of day-to-day life, especially when you want to try new things. While gluten free meal options are becoming more widely accessible in today’s marketplace, changing up a gluten free diet can still be a hassle when looking for delicious food that packs a flavorful kick while cooking for the family.
Explore Cuisine creates simple to prepare gluten-free vegan noodles and pastas using organic ingredients. Meal options range from bean, lentil and chickpea, and rice pastas plus brown or red rice Pad Thai noodle options. This is a great alternative for anyone trying to decrease meat in their diet, as Explore Cuisine uses ingredients that are largely plant-based proteins and fibers. As an added bonus, when ordering through Explore Cuisine, free two day shipping is available through your Amazon Prime account! explorecuisine.com
Developed by a founder with Celiac Disease, Mom’s Place Gluten-Free provides make-at-home mixes that cater to those with food allergies. While all of their products are gluten, egg, peanut, and tree nut free, their website also provides an allergen search tool that makes finding delectable healthy meals as easy as their Key Lime pie. The online store offers pages of products that include mixes for individual soups, breads, desserts, and breakfast favorites in addition to full meals such as corn dogs, pizzas, mac n cheese, and so much more. The varieties of options are matched by Mom’s Place’s prices, which range from just under $4.00 to $30.00+ depending the product and serving size. momsplaceglutenfree.com
In a hurry? Stock up on premade meals from Café Spice. All of their Indian Cuisine to-go meals are gluten-free, clearly marked with bold allergen warnings and spice intensity scales. Try the Vegetable Bhajias with Chutneys, gold winner for the gluten-free category of the 2018 Special Food Association SOFI awards. Café Spice meals can be found at Tampa’s Duckweed Urban Market, Clearwater’s Nature’s Food Patch, and Earth Origins Market in St. Petersburg. cafespice.com
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