I live in the UK and I have also heard that popcorn ceiling has asbestos in. We covered ours up by screwing a wooden cross section into it and then putting plastic cladding on with sunken lights (It looks way better than it sounds). The only other way to cover popcorn ceiling (we call popcorn ceiling artex) is to skim it,which basically is plastering the ceiling (which yes, does contain gluten as it's wheat based), and I understand in order for that to stick, it needs to be coated with PVA glue first.
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