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Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide [Paperback]



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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must Have Guide for Someone New to a Gluten Free Diet 4 May 2012
By Nino - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I had been interested in a Gluten Free Diet, with all the benefits I have been hearing and reading about lately. I found the idea of shopping completely overwhelming, but this book is the perfect, easy to use guide for anyone. It is catagorized clearly and simply, with items easy to locate. The symbols and definitions are so helpful, and clear up any questions regarding the processing of food. This is a must have guide for anyone on a gluten free diet!!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So...what CAN you eat? This book helps answer that question. 30 April 2012
By Cristina Deptula - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Designed for those who must avoid gluten products for allergic as well as other dietary reasons, this guide provides a readable and handy reference manual to bring to the grocery store. The latest version includes more common products people will likely find in their supermarkets, and is clearly organized by type of product (salad dressings, condiments, meats, side dishes, etc.) Good resource for ordinary people living regular lives without gluten!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great resource for the gluten-free grocery shopper 30 Aug 2013
By Marisa Bode - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I believe this grocery guide most definitely IS essential for anyone eating gluten-free, or those who may be shopping for someone gluten-free. I cannot wait to share this with my companion, who often does get stuck picking up groceries for us, only to find at least one of his purchases is not going to meet my dietary restrictions.

I am actually in shock that something like this exists. I suppose I knew it existed. But the skeptic in me had already convinced myself that nobody could possibly be as obsessively detailed as myself, and therefore how could there be anything out there which could provide me with much more information than I had already been digging for, and attempting to document. I was wrong. The folks who created this grocery guide have gone to great lengths, and in turn, they have "one upped" my own personal archives of gluten-free food lists in a big way.

This guide is incredibly thorough. And it actually puts into use some key things I love, which I personally find make navigating life and all things signage or information related to be more efficient. Those key things are the use of colors, categories, and symbols.

I have been that person at the grocery store, dumbfounded and overwhelmed. Fast forward a few years being gluten-free, and while I am not that person anymore, I still find myself spending way more time searching, and even sometimes, if something is not clear, I have walked out empty handed almost in tears. It just becomes too much sometimes. In the first 10 minutes of reading through the guide, I had already located three specific items that I had previously been unsure of, and a few that I had been meaning to send emails to specific companies about, inquiring as to the gluten free status of their products.

The information is listed by brand, then product, and then coded in such a way that you can recognize if the product meets your personal standards for what you require in a gluten-free product. If your personal criteria will not tolerate even a possibility of cross contamination, there is a symbol for that. The different levels of "gluten-free" in regards to the practices of the company, the facility the food is processed in, as well as any gluten-free information that has been provided or marked, each have a symbol within the guide. And the entire book is broken down into categories, in the fashion that you would be locating them in the grocery store. And to add an extra appeal for me, each of these are color coded as well.

I am already impressed enough to write this review. And I have even started a new list on my grocery store phone app. I now have a handful of items I can add to my list, that the guide has deemed safe (meeting my personal criteria), which I was uncertain about during my recent shopping trips.

NOTE: This is a GROCERY Guide. It breaks things down that you would buy at the store, specifically referencing certain brands and products. So if you are looking beyond those specific products, keep in mind, you may still need to educate yourself on which ingredients are gluten-free. But in my opinion, if you are gluten-free for health reasons, learning those things should be a way of life, and mandatory for survival. Having the grocery guide is a nice way to seek out brands and products. And if you are ever asking someone else to pick something up FOR you at the store, I feel that having this guide would come in extra handy, so that you aren't placing the responsibility on someone else to read the labels.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected 9 Jun 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I expected a far more detailed approach to identifying which "gluten-free" products are safe. This book seems to focus on the kind of products you can buy in grocery stores like Winn-Dixie and Publix, not the specialized health food stores that I have to go to. But I have used it. It does have information about where to go to get information.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must have tool! 19 May 2014
By Paula at PaulaMS' Giveaways, Reviews, & Freebies - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
My Sister made the decision to remove gluten from her diet after a long history of illnesses. Switching to a gluten-free diet is a big change and, like anything new, it takes some getting used to. Since she has her husband has been left lost and confused as to what foods are okay. When I saw the opportunity to review The Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide I knew it would be perfect for them both. I was approved and The Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide arrived quickly and well packaged.

My Sister was impressed with how many products are covered. She was excited to discover some of her favorite foods were offered in a gluten-free version. I loved how organized the layout of the guide is. The color coded pages make it easy to locate the different sections.

The Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide is an invaluable time-saving resource that will make her commitment to going gluten-free much easier and successful. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a quick and easy reference for what gluten-free choices are available at the supermarket.
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