Choosing to follow a gluten-free diet requires you to make considerable adjustments to avoid gluten, which is a protein found in many types of grain. If you enjoy sprinkling vinegar over your french fries or on salads, doing so requires that you carefully check the label of the vinegar you use.
Not All Vinegar is Safe
Regular distilled vinegar doesn't contain gluten, according to "Gluten-Free Living" magazine. Not all types of vinegar, however, are devoid of gluten. The magazine warns that malt vinegar, which is notable for its brown color, uses barley in the malting process.
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