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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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just a quick question...

what cooking oils are gluten-free?

i saw on the list here that canola oil is safe, but what about olive, vegtable, etc.

i used to cook with the basic crisco vegtable oil (sue me... im a single bachelor hehe)

ive looked at some other resources, and i cant find an answer (yes or no) about cooking oils.


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Crisco oils and shortening is supposed to be gluten-free.

others are:

Olive Oils are naturally gluten-free, so as long as they are plain they are fine

Spectrum Organic Shortening

Grapeseed oil is good too

Butter and most margarines are gluten-free, but if you are avoiding dairy be very careful as butter is out and so are most brands of margarine

I don't like the chemical taste of the sprays,

but these are gluten-free if you are interested:

Pam cooking spray

Mazola non-stick cooking sprays

I'm sure there are more, but this should get you started.

God bless,


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Guest aramgard

As an afterthought, most Australian and UK cookbooks call for sunflower oil which has a wonderful taste. Also coconut oil (very expensive) is supposed to be good. Shirley

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great info! thanks for the replies :)

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