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It is unfortunately quite common to hear people say they can’t eat any product containing gluten because they have coeliac disease. Gluten is a protein that is found in some grains, such as wheat, rye and barley. Coeliac disease is also known as coeliac sprue or gluten sensitive enteropathy.

When food containing gluten is eaten by people with coeliac disease, their body will have an immune response that will damage the small intestine.

The antibodies in gluten formed by the immune system can lead to damage in the villi, which are small fingerlike projections that line the small intestine. Nutrient absorption is normally promoted by the villi. If the villi get damaged, nutrients cannot be absorbed properly into the body, and the person will end becoming malnourished, no matter how much he or she eats.

Unfortunately, coeliac disease is much more common than we can imagine. It is a hereditary disease, that means that the risk for people with an immediate relative – parent or child or sibling- with coeliac disease has the possibility of 1 out of 10 of developing the same disease. Coeliac disease can develop at any age.

For people with coeliac disease it is absolutely important not to eat anything containing gluten, not even products that have been in contact with gluten, as the gluten-free diet is the only treatment for coeliac disease.

The gluten-free diet includes naturally gluten-free foods, such as meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, rice, potatoes, legumes and some cereals such as corn, rice, sorghum.

As the number of people with this disease has increased a lot, there are also a lot of gluten-free substitute foods that are now available, such as bread, flour, pasta, crackers and biscuits that are specially made gluten-free.
In Italy we really pay attention to the quality of what we eat: there are several gluten free options of excellent quality and taste.

There are different kinds of pasta, prepared with different ingredients. For example, there is pasta that is made with rice and white or yellow corn flour, but there is also pasta prepared with rice four, quinoa and amaranth.

The brands that produce gluten free pastas normally suggest a cooking time on the package, but they recommend to taste the pasta a few minutes before in order to discover how you prefer it.

During cooking, gluten free pasta normally turns the water into a white colour. Don’t be afraid when you prepare it for the first time!

It is possible to find not only good gluten free pasta, but also biscuits, cookies, cakes, crackers, toasts, breads, and also ham and salami. People without coeliac disease don’t understand how serious the problem is and that you can find gluten in almost everything!

gluten free buy onlineMost of the gluten free products have a special label on them. The Society for the Celiac Disease, AIC, in Italian called Associazione Italiana Celiachia, has a registered symbol for the products without gluten: it is a red ear crossed on a white circle.

 

 

Recipes Gluten free

Dosage of Saffron

Dosage of Saffron

The dosage of saffron to put in a recipe obviously depend on what you have to do and the chef's inspiration...If you are making the classic Milanese risotto we generally recommend a dose of 12/15 threads per serving (80-90 grams of rice), or 0.15 grams for a risotto...

Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan

Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan

There is this Easter Muffin Recipe with Parmesan that is used every year in Italy as a way to celebrate the holiday. The ingredients are connected to the history of easter, sacrality and christianity. Bread is Christ bread of life, wine and his blood, meat is his...

Balsamic Vinegar PGI

Balsamic Vinegar PGI of Modena is produced in the territories of the province of Modena and, although the name does not suggest it, also in those of the province of Reggio Emilia. It is a lower quality vinegar than PDO. More widespread, cheaper, but also less pure. As...

Pizzoccheri Pasta

Pizzoccheri Pasta

Pizzoccheri Pasta are a type of pasta which is very fresh and its shape is made with a mixture of buckwheat flour, strong flour and water.The history of pizzoccheri takes us to Valtellina, to be precise to Teglio, a splendid village in the province of Sondrio. Teglio...

History of Saffron

History of Saffron

The history of saffron starts since ancient times, it is mentioned in Greek myths and in the Bible. For centuries our Crocus Sativus has been appreciated in the kitchen and has always been considered precious, so much so that it is a symbol of wealth.   About Saffron...

Saffron in Pistils

Saffron in Pistils

Using pure saffron is very simple, we will explain in 3 steps how to use saffron pistils (or more correctly stigmas) for your recipes. The spice called saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the Crocus sativus flower, belonging to the Iridaceae family. Successfully...

Healthy Foods for Fitness

Healthy Foods for Fitness

Healthy foods for fitness are incredibly important and crucial for the proper rigeneration of the muscle tissue and in order to have the perfect energy to train.     Micro and Macronutrients A healthy and varied diet is able to provide all the macro and...

Giusti Balsamic Vinegar: Giuseppe Giusti

Giusti Balsamic Vinegar: Giuseppe Giusti

Balsamic vinegar, to be perfect has to have salient parameters such as the dark brown color, full and bright, the intense smell, which hides grape aromas and hints of wood wines, the agro resulting from the slow acetification, and the complexity of the aromas...

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Balsamic vinegar of Modena, thanks to its unmistakable bitter-sweet flavor that lend itself to the most varied combinations in the kitchen, to its velvety density, which is a real pleasure for the palate, has distinguished itself all over the world, soon becoming...

Cheese Pairings With Prosciutto

Cheese Pairings With Prosciutto

Cheese pairings with prosciutto play an important role when creating the perfect prosciutto board. And depending on the type of meats - prosciutto, coppa, speck, porchetta - one can pair different types of cheese. So we gathered some suggestions: • Among all the nice...

Parmesan aged: Different Types

Parmesan aged: Different Types

  A Parmesan aged (Parmigiano Reggiano) has at least 12 months, the highest among cheeses: at that point only the forms deemed suitable for the selection examination can continue aging for 24 months or more. Only the forms that have the essential characteristics...

Balsamic Vinegar Composition

Knowing what is balsamic vinegar composition is a very common curiosity. The fundamental difference between every other vinegar and balsamic vinegar consists of the raw material: grape must. Photo credit: wikipedia According to experts, three factors are fundamental...

Tagliatelle

Many types of pasta exist and today we are going to talk about tagliatelle! According to legend, tagliatelle was invented in 1487 by Mastro Zafirano, on the occasion of the marriage of Lucrezia Borgia with the Duke of Ferrara. Allegedly the cook was inspired by the...

Tagliolini: History, Tradition and Recepie

Tagliolini: History, Tradition and Recepie

Tagliolini (also named Tajarin) are one of many fresh egg types of pasta from the Piedmontese culinary tradition widespread especially in the Langhe area. Long, thin, and of a deep yellow color due to the presence of abundant yolk, tagliolini are eaten with rich...

Fisherman-style Piadina recipe

Fisherman-style Piadina recipe

Taste the Loriana Sfogliatissima piadina (flat Italian bread) with prawns, avocado, vegetables, parsley, and lemon: in few minutes and incredible snack! Ingredients 1 Piadina Sfogliatissima 4 prawns 1 slice of yellow pepper 1 slice of red pepper 1 small tomato Half...

Carasau bread history

Carasau bread history

Its history starts all the way back to before 1000 BC. The women prepared it for their men who were working as shepherds in the fields. The bread was made in such a way it wouldn’t lose its flavor and texture and was able to be stored for a long period of time.

Types of Balsamic Vinegar

Three types of balsamic vinegar have been on the market for some years: traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena, traditional balsamic vinegar of Reggio Emilia, balsamic vinegar of Modena. All three flaunt the adjective Balsamic on the label of the glass container. The...

Ways to enjoy Prosciutto in Italy

Ways to enjoy Prosciutto in Italy

Prosciutto is a staple in Italian cuisine, and many Italian regions have their own way to enjoy it. Either with bread, wine and special pans the recipes are many.

How to cook dried mushroom

How to cook dried mushroom

Dried mushrooms are a great pantry solution to create amazing and tasty recipes but how to cook the dried mushroom?.In Italy, the most famous are the porcini Italian mushrooms that grow naturally in the Italian mountains, the Alps and the Apennines, and which are...