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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Does Yeast Have Gluten In It?
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I noticed the pizza I ate yesterday contained "gluten-free yeast". Uh...yeast doesn't ever have gluten, does it????

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No, it doesn't.

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Liquid brewer's yeast can have gluten in it, as it's often started with beer as the nutrient, but that's only an issue if you want to make your own beer, wine or cider. Regular baking yeast (and, I believe, dry brewing yeast) is gluten-free.

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Brewer's yeast, the spent yeast from fermenting beer, can not be labeled as simply "yeast." It must say "brewer's yeast." It is used for flavoring, not leavening.

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OK that's what I thought. Thanks!

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