“When I started baking vegan/gluten-free, I thought it could never be as good as the real thing, and would be really hard to produce. Not being able to use the basics like eggs, butter, cream, regular granulated sugar or even flour was a challenge. Now I use all kinds of different soy products, such as milk, butter and cream cheese, tofu, egg replacer, rice, tapioca and garbanzo bean flours. After testing dozens of recipes over and over again I finally came up with vegan/gluten-free* baked goods I really enjoy!” – Jasmin
About Vegan products
Being vegan means avoiding foods that contain animal products or byproducts. This includes meat, eggs, butter, shellfish, honey, dairy products of any kind and even some sugars. But being vegan is not just about eating; it influences other choices in everyday life, such as what types of shoes, clothes and cosmetics to wear. People who choose to live the vegan lifestyle do so for many reasons, including religion, moral values, health and devotion to animals. For more information, visit: www.goveg.com or www.vegan.org.
Celiac disease, also known as gluten allergy, is a genetic disorder that causes gas and severe pain in the stomach and intestines. Those affected are not able to break down gluten, a protein that’s in wheat flour, oats, and barley. The only treatment for this disorder is to totally avoid foods with gluten. Our regular products are made with wheat flour and have gluten. On our Green Label we use our own custom mix of starches and non-gluten flours.Recipes may contain: potato starch, brown rice flour, garbanzo bean flour, rice flour, sweet rice flour or tapioca flour.
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*Our gluten-free products contain no gluten of any kind, but are baked in a gluten environment. Prices subject to change without notice.