8 Gifts for Your Gluten-Free Friend – Everything They’ll Need!

Do you have a gluten-free friend?! Are you trying to make a newbie feel welcomed in this gluten-free world?! Here are some gift options that are sure to make anyone feel welcomed and equipped to handle the gluten-free lifestyle!

Skinny Southern Cookbook by Lara Lyn Carter

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This cookbook offers a lighter take on southern cooking without the guilt. It also offers gluten-free and paleo options This will give some guidance on what your newly gluten-free friend can make for dinner!

SnackSack Subscription Box

A box of gluten-free snacks for your gluten-free friend.

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SnackSack is the answer to all of your gluten-free snacking needs. Easy to gift and full of options for whatever tickles your fancy.

Güten Beer

Two gluten free beer cans on the outside of two mason jars filled with an amber lager.

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After taking gold in the 2018 World Beer Cup, this is an easy decision. A tasty, 100% gluten-free amber lager is exactly what the doctor ordered. Check out our store locator to see where you can find us!

Traeger Rubs

Gluten-Free rub sampler

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Something every newbie will learn is that rubs and sauces are FILLED with gluten. Luckily for us, Traeger has a bunch of wonderful rubs and sauces that are delicious and gluten-free!

Travel Sized Tamari (Gluten-free Soy Sauce)

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Imagine sitting down to enjoy some sushi only to realize you can’t use any of the soy sauce available…that can ruin the meal! Travel sized gluten-free soy sauce is something you can keep on your person at all times (because you never know when the sushi will call your name) or grab a few packets on your way out to dinner. This is a game changer.

Gluten-Free Living Magazine

Gluten-Free Living magazines stacked on top of one another.

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This magazine is the “all-in-one resource for practical, no-nonsense advice for living a happy, healthy, gluten-free life!” Need we say more?

Digestive Enzymes

A bottle of digestive enzymes in front of a green background.

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Some people with celiac’s disease take these when dining out. They can help speed up the breakdown of the gluten protein.

Activated Charcoal

A bottle of Activated Charcoal.

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This is said to bind to toxins and help reduce the gas and bloating often associated with “being glutened.” These are a last resort.

If you have any other MUSTS for those new to the gluten-free life, please comment below! We would love to hear what you guys think!