Grain-Free Recipes are made for people following a diet without any grains such as wheat, spelt, or rice.
Grains are the small and hard seeds of grasses.
As a result, a grain-free diet is more restrictive than a gluten-free diet.
However, most people on a grain-free diet don’t do it for allergy reasons but for health reasons.
As a result, cross-contamination is often less of a worry for grain-free dieters.
Grains are the dried seeds of common grass-type cereal.
No, a grain-free diet is more restrictive than a gluten-free diet while often being less strict.
Grain-free is more restrictive because it not only removes wheat (and wheat-based ingredients) from the diet but also all similar dry seeds such as rice.
However, a grain-free diet is also often less strict because cross-contamination is generally not a concern for people not following the diet for allergy reasons.
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