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  1. 10/02/2019 - The Impossible Burger is a gluten-free veggie burger made from potato and soy protein. What sets the Impossible Burger from other veggie burgers is that it is made from a plant version of heme, a shorter name for leghemoglobin. Heme is an iron-containing molecule found in blood, and it's part of what makes meat taste meaty. However, the plant-based heme that helps give the Impossible Burger patty its beefy taste comes from the roots of a soy plant, instead of animal blood. According to many reviewers, when cooked, the Impossible Burger can deliver what meat-lovers are looking for in a vegetarian burger patty -- the big beef flavor, the slightly pink center, the charred outer crust, and the juiciness. The Impossible Burger patty is crafted from potato and soy protein, methylcellulose as a binder, flavoring from plant based leghemoglobin, and fat from sunflower and coconut oils to help the patty sizzle on the grill, and deliver the charred crust. The great news for people with celiac disease is that the Impossible Burger is certified gluten-free. FDA-approved, and free of artificial and other questionable ingredients. Coconut, soy, or sunflower, are the only allergens. Learn more at ImpossibleFoods.com
  2. Celiac.com 10/03/2019 - Fresh for fall, here are ten of America's top gluten-free veggie burger brands. Remember, not all brands label their veggie burgers as gluten-free, and brands not labeled gluten-free may be made on equipment that processes wheat, rye or barley. That's not necessarily a big deal, but some people like to play it safe. These brands go the extra mile to make sure their veggie burgers are labeled "Gluten-Free." That means that you can confidently serve them to people with celiac disease. Did we miss a favorite of yours? Let us know in the comment section below. Amy's Kitchen Classic All American Veggie Burger Organic Black Bean Veggie Burger Organic Sonoma Veggie Burger Organic Summer Harvest Veggie Burger Organic California Veggie Burger Quarter Pound Veggie Burger Beyond Meat Beyond Burger Dr. Praeger's All American Veggie Burgers Black Bean Quinoa Veggie Burgers California Veggie Burger Gluten Free Veggie Burgers Gluten Free California Veggie Burger Gluten Free Veggie Burgers Heirloom Bean Burger Jumbo Kale Veggie Burger Kale Veggie Burgers Korean Veggie Burger Mushroom Risotto Veggie Burgers Organic California Style Veggie Burgers Organic California Veggie Burgers Organic Heirloom Bean Veggie Burgers Organic Kale & Quinoa Veggie Burgers Organic Veggie Burgers Pea`K Performance Veggie Burgers Earth Grown Lentil Veggie Burger Mushroom Risotto Veggie Burger Gardein Black bean burger Ground beef substitute Veggie burger Hillary's Eat Well Adzuki Bean Burger Black Rice Burger Black Rice & Greens Burger Caribbean Spice Millet Medley Curry Burger Hemp & Greens Burger Kimchi Burger Root Veggie Burger World`s Best Veggie Burger Impossible Foods Impossible Burger Sunshine Burgers Barbecue Black Bean South West Falafel Garden Herb Hemp Sage Breakfast Loco Chipotle Quarter Pound Original Shitake Mushroom Tofurky Veggie Burger Hearty Hemp Veggie Burger Hearty Hemp Food Service Veggie Burger Hearty Hemp Slider Veggie Burger Mighty Mushroom Veggie Burger Mighty Mushroom Cash Carry Veggie Burger Mighty Mushroom Slider Veggie Burger Spicy Anasazi Veggie Burger Spicy Black Bean Veggie Burger White Quinoa Veggie Burger Wholesome Harvest Turtle Island Foods Veggie Burger Marie`s Homestyle
  3. Hi there, I'm a newly diagnosed Celiac, and can't seem to find gluten free soya burgers anywhere, or frozen soya mince. They all have barley or wheat :-( Has anybody managed to find any, or other veggie burgers (I'm also allergic to nuts). If not, how about starting a petition to one of the big supermarkets to produce some? If anybody is interested, let's do it :-) Have a great day everybody!
  4. This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2003 edition of Celiac.com's Journal of Gluten-Sensitivity. Celiac.com 09/18/2014 - Right now, it is considered the “in” thing to be on a low carbohydrate diet. Dr. Atkins has become a household word. Try this great low carb recipe for your gluten-free and low carb diet. Dairy-free: Omit the cheese. Vegetarian: Substitute crumbled gluten-free veggie burgers for the lamb. Vegan: Substitute crumbled gluten-free veggie burgers for the lamb. Omit the cheese. Ingredients: 3 green onions, sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 Tablespoon olive oil ¾ lb. ground lamb 2 teaspoons oregano ½ teaspoon cumin ½ teaspoon dill ½ teaspoon mint ¼ teaspoon pepper 2 Tablespoons parsley, chopped 1 tomato, minced 3 Tablespoons low-salt feta cheese, crumbled 2 teaspoons lemon juice Directions: In a small pan, sauté onions and garlic in oil over medium heat until tender but not browned; transfer to a medium bowl. Add remaining ingredients to bowl and mix well. Form into 4 patties. Grill or broil patties about 4 minutes per side or until cooked through. Serves 4. Calories: 305; Total fat: 25g; Saturated fat: 10.1g; Cholesterol: 68.1mg; Sodium: 135.6mg; Carbohydrates: 4.4g; Fiber: 0.7g; Sugar: 1.1g; Protein: 15.7
  5. Amy's recently came out with their "Sonoma" Veggie Burger, which is not only gluten free, but soy and dairy free as well. The Sonoma veggie burger is packed with organic whole ingredients so there was a level of comfort knowing exactly what I would be putting into my body. I am not a vegetarian, but I am trying to eat more health consciously, so I thought I would give them a try. I wanted to toss them on the grill, but the weather was not cooperating, so I just popped them in the oven for about 5 minutes each side and "ta-da," they were done. The Sonoma Veggie Burger was well-seasoned and had a nice nutty quality that is usually found in veggie/grain-based patties. The outside of the patty was firm and slightly crisp, with a semi-soft interior. I piled on the fixings and was about to dig in when the smell had lured my two non-celiac, meat-eating children into the kitchen (despite the fact that they had just eaten). I gave them each a bite and both girls said it was good. My youngest actually requested that I make Amy's veggie burgers next time it's burger night – no lie! Visit their site for more info: www.amys.com. Note:Articles thatappearin the "Gluten-Free Food & SpecialtyProduct Companies" section ofthis site are paid advertisements. Formoreinformation about this seeour AdvertisingPage.
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