Cheese confounds many followers of the gluten-free diet. Most cheese doesn’t have gluten, yet it is important to read labels of all packaged or handled cheese before eating it.
Aside from wheat, barley and rye, you also want to make sure the cheese doesn’t contain wheat starch or altered nourishment starch made from wheat. In the event that you go to a store counter to purchase cheese, not exclusively should the cheese itself be gluten-free, yet the machine used to cut the cheese should also be cleaned to counteract cross-contact.
- Blue cheese is usually gluten-free. Some propose that form societies of cheese may be grown on wheat or rye bread, so read the fixings label. Generally, except if the fixings label incorporates wheat, barley, rye or their derivatives, cheese ought to be safe. Tricia Thompson at Gluten Free Dietitian has more information on gluten in blue cheese.
- Brie is gluten-free. Read increasingly about brie in Answers from a Dietitian.
- Cheddar cheese is gluten-free.
- Cottage cheese is usually gluten-free, however a few brands may contain wheat starch or altered nourishment starch made from wheat. Check the fixing rundown to make sure. Read progressively about “changed nourishment starch” in Answers from a Dietitian.
- Cream cheese is gluten-free.
- Feta cheese is gluten-free.
- Goat cheese is gluten-free.
- Parmesan cheese is gluten-free.
- Provolone is gluten-free.
- Ricotta cheese is gluten-free.
- Swiss cheese is gluten-free.
- Destroyed cheese is usually gluten-free, however may utilize a gluten-containing starch to keep the shreds from staying together, so make sure to read the fixings list.
- Cheese whiz is usually gluten-free. Read increasingly about cheese whiz in Answers from a Dietitian.
- Dairy-free cheese may not be gluten-free. Some dairy-free cheeses are made with flour, so read the fixings label before eating dairy-free cheese.
- String cheese or cheese sticks are usually gluten-free.
- Cheese powder is usually gluten-free, however check the label.
- Cheese spreads are usually gluten-free, however make sure to read the label, as there may be gluten in the fixings used to create the spread’s consistency.
Nourishments Containing Cheese
While most cheeses independent from anyone else don’t contain gluten, nourishments that contain cheese as one fixing may not be gluten-free, so you should always read the label.
- Cheesecake isn’t gluten-free (except if determined on the label) because the outside layer is made with wheat flour.
- Mozzarella sticks are not gluten-free (except if determined on the label) because they are coated in breadcrumbs. Additionally, mozzarella sticks from a restaurant are probably going to be singed in the same oil utilized for gluten-containing nourishments.