What do I keep in my cabinet / refrigerator at all times?

These are the brands I use and a link to their website or to accompanying sites to show GF safety in the products. These links should help if you have any questions about these items. These products are commercially available in almost every grocery store so no need to find a specialty shop.

This list will get updated as products change or I find a better brand to use.

Please note, that although these work for me, you may find that a different brand works for you. Always, always, always use what you are comfortable with!

Anything with an asterix * next to it has a corresponding email from the manufacturer at the bottom of the list to help clarify gluten free status.

ItemBrandNotesBaking PowderRumford / Clabber GirlN/ABaking SodaBob’s Red MillI’ll be honest, I use Arm & Hammer as well, but there is no supporting documentation on it being gluten free, but it is single ingredient. ButterAnyButter is naturally gluten free when it is real butter. Spreads, or softened butters need an ingredient check. Cooking SprayPam – OriginalPam Original Cooking Spray has no wheat ingredients. Some people are sensitive however to the propellants so just be aware. Corn StarchArgoCorn starch is a great GF thickening agent for gravy and sauces.EggsAnyEggs are gluten free as long as they are still in the shell. Liquid egg products would need to be validated for ingredients. FlourKing Arthur Gluten Free Measure for MeasureI use this in almost all of my baking. I buy this at BJ’s as it is cheaper than the grocery store. 6/4/2020 $8.99 / 5lbsMargarineImperialI use a GF Brand called Imperial. For some reason I cannot find a website for them, but their product is labeled Gluten Free. Oil(s)AnyAlmost all oils are gluten free. Canola Oil, Peanut Oil, and Vegetable oils are all gluten free and I typically buy the store brand. SaltAnySalt is salt, just don’t use a salt blend without checking ingredients. ShorteningCriscoStandard and Butter Flavor are both Gluten Free.Soy SauceSan J TamariKikomen also makes a GF Soy sauce, but this one tastes better to me. SpicesMcCormickJust about any single ingredient spice is safe. I use McCormick or the store brand. Sugar (Brown)*DominoSugar is sugar for the most part. I use Domino as it is readily available in my area, but store brands are likely safe too. Sugar (Granulated)*DominoSugar is sugar for the most part. I use Domino as it is readily available in my area, but store brands are likely safe too.Sugar (Powdered)*DominoSugar is sugar for the most part. I use Domino as it is readily available in my area, but store brands are likely safe too.VanillaMcCormickMake sure you use PURE vanilla extract not imitation. Xanthan GumBob’s Red MillXanthan gum helps with the consistency of GF baked goods. You will use it in everything. * See email belowEmail from Domino Sugar to clarify gluten free status

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