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Wheat Free Cake Ideas
by: Linda Peace

Many individuals who have never heard the term wheat intolerance will likely not understand what it means. But those who suffer from its effects know just how much of a burden it is, part of which is the dietary modifications that must be made so that your body can function as normal.

What it doesn't mean though is that you can't enjoy the foods you once loved before. By making a few simple changes to foods such as cake, you can still continue to enjoy your share.

Unlike the past, in modern times we find it feasible to use flour substitutes when baking a cake, and obviously this kind of substitute does not include any wheat. This means you also have a healthier option to enjoy.

Millet for example is a very easily digested grain and you will find you have less of a chance to have an allergy from it. Sorghum, a cereal grain, is comparable, and so is amaranth. Both of them are utilized in baking. These substitutes also consist of large amounts of magnesium, silica and calcium. You may be interested to learn that amaranth grain has been utilized in Mexico as a method to combat malnutrition.

Even though there are many alternatives you can use when you bake a cake, certain flours should also be avoided because of their wheat content. These include:

- Brown, graham and self-raising flour

- Durum, semolina and bulgar

- Kamut, granary and triticale flour

Now, for most individuals, substituting wheat based flour with other flours isn’t an issue. The biggest challenge is attempting to locate a store that sells these substitutes. You'll most likely need to go to natural health outlets, Asian foods markets, or else you might have to purchase them on the internet. With that stated, several grocery locations are stocking wheat substitutes as they are now gaining in popularity.

Nowadays, even people who are not intolerant to wheat are beginning to look for healthier and more wholesome alternatives. It's important for individuals to realize the differences between wheat intolerance and gluten intolerance.

For instance, if you're intolerant to gluten, you will not be capable of consuming anything which contains gluten. What this actually means is that you won't be capable to consume wheat, barley, rye, or any other cereals which may consist of gluten.

If you’re wheat intolerant, you can consume meals made up of barley and rye, in that these cereals do not include any traces of wheat, and your intolerance is to wheat instead of gluten. Contrary to what anybody may have told you, you should be aware that you will notice a difference in the taste of your wheat free cakes, as it has been created with a non-wheat flour substitute. Even the texture will different, keeping in mind that it's the gluten that's present in wheat that's responsible for the cake rising when it is baked.

One should also bear in mind that food intolerances tend to become more severe as you grow older, and such food intolerances can also aggravate existing health conditions such as lung problems, heart disease, kidney disease, and etc. Studies have also shown that food allergies tend to run in the family, so the chances are, if one parent has a certain food allergy, one of their offspring is bound to have it as well.

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