I vividly remember the first grocery shop I did after being diagnosed with celiac disease. I was in utter amazement at my options and at the fact that there seemed to be replacements for everything that I thought I would really miss.
Now that I’ve gone through this a few years, though, I’ve found a few ways to have fun and keep eating tasty, nutritious, gluten-free meals while holding on to my hard-earned cash.
Look for foods that are naturally gluten-free. Shopping the gluten-free section is not the budget way to avoid gluten. There are plenty of foods that are gluten-free in their natural state, and you don’t have to search for a costly replacement. Fruits, veggies, meat, fish, dairy products, beans, rice, quinoa, lentils, potatoes and eggs are all gluten-free and can be combined to make delicious, inexpensive meals.
And here are some additional tricks you may want to consider:
Saving money on a gluten-free diet can take some extra creativity, but you’ll eventually get there.
By Giliah Nagar at Celiact.com