Eating and cooking gluten-free food isn’t as complicated as it may seem. Try changing your recipes by replacing all the ingredients containing gluten with gluten-free alternatives. This usually works fine. Instead of wheat flour, sauces can be prepared using corn starch. And regular breadcrumbs can be replaced with a gluten-free alternative. With gluten-free staples such as bread, pasta, and flour mixes, you can easily adapt most meals.

Keep in mind that other people’s knowledge of gluten and a gluten-free diet may vary. When visiting cafes and restaurants, always tell staff that you cannot eat products that contain gluten. Don’t be scared to ask twice about gluten content and cooking practices.