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    I found a knock-off recipe for Hooter’s fried chicken wings a few weeks ago. Now, if you’ve ever had them, you know Hooter’s wings are absolutely delicious! This is the one food that I crave at least twice a week and it pains me that I can no longer have them.

    Unfortunately, people suffering from gluten intolerance can’t just run out to the nearest Hooters and order a plate of wings. And, of course, many of you may not live anywhere near a Hooter’s restaurant to begin with. If you’ve never had these wings you don’t know what you’re missing! For those of you who have been searching for a great gluten free fried chicken wings recipe, you have finally find it!

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    If you live with people who eat products containing gluten you should be especially cautious about cross-contaminating. Gluten can often be found on cooking utensils, pots and pans, counter tops and more. Here are some tips to follow in order to avoid gluten cross-contamination in your kitchen.

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    Gluten is often used as an additive in processed foods. Gluten serves many roles – it can be a thickener, an emulsifier, or a stabilizer in many packaged foods.

    Our guide to finding hidden gluten in prepared foods will get you well on your way to learning what to avoid. Please note, however, than gluten can be found hidden in the most curious of places. So if you are not absolutely certain what is in a particular food, contact the food manufacturer to determine whether it is gluten free.

    Fortunately, new food labeling statutes regarding allergens will make detecting gluten in prepared foods much easier for gluten-free cooks.

    Beware of the following words on food labels. Any mention of these is an indication the food contains gluten:

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    If you are new to the whole gluten free concept and want to learn more about gluten free cooking, there are four basic steps you’ll need to follow in preparing yourself to begin creating gluten free meals.

    In my four-part series on getting started on a journey to gluten free living, I’ll share each one of these steps in-depth. Be patient with yourself as you’re learning. A lot of your previous eating habits must be discarded.

    Now, if you’re already stressing about how you’ll cope without pizza, pasta, cake and beer, don’t! There are some very creative ways to have your cake gluten free and still enjoy it!

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    We all know that just about every yummy recipe in the world calls for flour. It’s a shame that people living gluten free can’t just go to the store and pick up any old flour; but that’s just not how a gluten free diet works!

    Here is a great gluten free mix flour replacement to use as a substitute in any recipe calling for flour:

    • 1 c. tapioca flour
    • 2 c. potato starch or potato flour
    • 6 c. white or brown rice flour

    Combine ingredients and mix thoroughly. This can be used in recipes that call for flour.

    Note: If you have never mixed flours, be sure there are no streaks or clumps of the individual flours. When you’re finished it should appear to be only one kind of flour.

    Another ingredient you’ll often find in recipes is cream of soup. Of course, most of the store-bought varieties are not gluten free and are loaded with sodium. Here’s a simple gluten free mix cream of soup replacement to add to your gluten free arsenal:

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