- Go for variety. Gluten-free breads, cookies, cakes, flours and other foods are available using chickpeas, corn, potato flour, buckwheat, teff (a nutty-flavored grain), and tapioca, among others. Read the back panel nutrition label carefully when a product says “gluten-free."
- You can reduce the trace amounts of arsenic in rice when cooking it at home. Rinse the raw rice thoroughly in water, then cook it the same way as pasta: Use a large amount of water and drain when done (for 1 cup of raw rice, this means boiling in at least 5-6 cups of water).
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