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Gluten Free Products We’ve Tried and Recommend

Gluten-Free Products We Recommend

Gluten Free Regina is a not for profit group out of Regina, Saskatchewan. We are happy to help with any questions you may have and also recommend products and restaurants in and around the city. In this post, we recommend products that we have a tried and enjoyed.

1) Bisquick™ Gluten Free Pancake & Baking Mix

These are easy to make, and taste delicious warm with butter. They can also be used as a great sandwich bun. They are a nice little treat for your gluten-free family member or friend at Christmas, Easter or any gathering.
  • BAKING MIX: Make a delicious meal with this gluten-free pancake mix that makes fluffy, mouth-watering pancakes, waffles, and more
  • GLUTEN FREE: Gluten-free baking mix with all the same great taste; made in a gluten-free processing facility
  • SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: Wholesome pancake mix contains no artificial flavors and no preservatives
  • ENDLESS OPTIONS: Use as waffle mix or pancake mix to create a variety of gluten-free foods the whole family will love; perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert
  • BOX CONTAINS: 454g gluten-free baking mix; An everyday pantry staple
  • Gluten-Free

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2) Only Oats Gluten-Free Rolled Oats, 1 Kg

I’ve written about them before in a blog, I have to admit because they are from Regina I feel like I should be giving them an extra little push! You don’t need to give up your oats! you can have the and several oat based mixes from Avena Foods.


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  • Certified by Avena Foods to test to less than 5ppm of gluten
  • Processed in pure oat dedicated plant
  • Excellent source of iron and fiber
  • Non-GMO
  • Free of major allergens
  • Free from wheat, barely and rye
  • Kosher

I like to make Chocolate Haystacks, Chocolate Oat Bars with them or use them in Apple Crisp!

3) Annie’s Homegrown Gluten Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese, 170 Gram

Are you missing your Kraft Dinner? We all get cravings. Enjoy Annie’s gluten-free version!

  • Gluten-free version of our beloved pasta and cheddar
  • Vegetarian, good source of calcium and vitamin B6
  • No Artificial Flavors, Synthetic Colors or Preservatives

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4) KIND Bars Almond and Coconut 12ct, Gluten Free, 40g

On the run? I find these bars awesome for a quick snack. I also, usually have a handful of them if I’m flying. They are delicious and come in a variety of flavours. They also do not taste like meal supplement bars. They are quite tasty!

  • ingredients you can see and pronounce®

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5) Kinnikinnick Graham Style Cracker Crumbs, 300 Gram

These cookie crumbs are perfect for crumbles and pie crusts. I’ve used them in several deserts.

  • Just the solution for a gluten-free pie crust, ice cream topping or cheesecake
  • Incredibly easy
  • Gluten free has never tasted so good

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For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

Only Oats

100% Pure Oats. Uncontaminated. Celiac Safe!

Dedicated gluten-free facility. Produced through Purity Protocol.

Guaranteed less than 10 parts per million (ppm) of gluten*

Avena Foods Limited is the industry’s leading producer of pure, uncontaminated, organic certified gluten-free oats through its Purity Protocol farm to table production model. 

Avena Foods Limited has an established network of over 90 gluten-free and Organic oat growers across the Canadian prairies and a dedicated gluten-free and allergen-free milling facility in Regina, SK.

The Purity Protocol is an industry benchmark process that is based on “Start Clean, Stay Clean” principles proven to produce certified gluten-free oats consistently at or below 5 ppm level that meet and surpass the gluten-free standards of the GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization), GFCP (Gluten-Free Certification Program), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and Health Canada.

 * relative to Health Canada’s gluten-free threshold of 20 ppm 

All ONLYOATS products are produced through Avena Foods’ Purity Protocol, a unique ‘Farm to Table’ industry benchmark process that achieves consistent and superior quality gluten-free oats.

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For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.


316 1st Avenue East

Regina, Saskatchewan

S4N 5H2, Canada


P: 306-757-3663

Italian Star Deli

You know them for their sandwich’s but did you know the Italian Star Deli carries gluten-free items as well?


When you visit the Italian Star Deli, you are truly parte della famiglia! So drop by anytime and we’ll help you find whatever your heart (and palate) may desire. Whether you’re looking for olive oil, speciality meats and cheeses, pasta, sea salt, vinegar, canned tomatoes or one of our famous mouth-watering paninis, you’re sure to find it and so much more at the Italian Star Deli.

At Italian Star Deli, we proudly offer a wide variety of ethnic speciality products. Italian, Greek, Polish, South African and Eastern European items pepper our shelves; if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, we’ll surely help you find it. Whether you’re seeking olive oils, speciality meats and cheeses, sea salts, kinds of vinegar, spices, pasta, canned goods, fresh artesian bread or a delicious handmade panini, you’re sure to find it all right here at the Italian Star.

Providing quality products since 1966.

(306) 757-6733
fax:(306) 757-7457
location:1611 Victoria Avenue,
Regina, SK S4P 0P8

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For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.

Kristen’s Cultures

Nature’s Best Market is now carrying Kristen’s Cultures’ spicy Kombucha Mustard!

And they have samples. 😋

friendly, gut-healing bacteria and yeast which:
-fight off the growth of harmful bacteria and yeast
-promote a healthy digestive system
-strengthen the immune system
-heal the gut by restoring gut flora (especially important after taking antibiotics!)

-detoxify your body, ridding it of toxins
-prevent and treat diseases

Fermented foods/drinks are superior to probiotic pills because they:

-cost less: generally, 1-2 bites/sips contain as many probiotics as a whole pill

-are more easily assimilated into your body because of their Real Food form

-contain plenty of vitamins, enzymes and healing acids as well as probiotics

Did you know that your body actually contains more bacterial cells than it does human cells?  Amazing!

Your gut contains about 3lb of bacterial cells, all of which are extremely important to your body’s overall physical, mental and emotional well-being!

According to Hippocrates, father of modern medicine, “All disease begins in the gut.”

You need tons of probiotics to keep your immune system strong and able to fight off intruders, especially after taking antibiotics (which kill the good along with the bad).

Not only do probiotics balance out your gut, but they also help to detoxify your body, getting rid of toxins that have built up over the years, and help you to heal from various ailments with their amazing enzymes, healing acids and food-based vitamins.

Fermented foods/drinks are not only a delicious way to get probiotics into your body, but they are also cheaper and more readily assimilated into your body than probiotic pills are, because of their Real Food form.

Fermented foods/drinks are superior to probiotic pills because they:

-cost less: generally, 1-2 bites/sips contain as many probiotics as a whole pill

-are more easily assimilated into your body because of their Real Food form

-contain plenty of vitamins, enzymes and healing acids as well as probiotics

🍔 This is a simple, delicious way to incorporate important probiotics into your diet! Spread this old-style dijon on to your sandwich, burger, or pair with meat/fish. 🥪

Not only will your taste buds fall in love, but because your gut health affects your overall health, this mustard will help your immune system, digestion and much more. (Check out my website and Google to learn about the amazing benefits of probiotics.)

Call (306) 789-0351

For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.



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Staff & Service
Old Fashion Foods takes pride in the fact that we have known some of you as customers AND as friends for years (even decades in some cases!). Our staff know many of you by name, and some of you know them as well. We like it that way.

Unlike many other retailers, we carry a wide variety of both grocery products AND supplements. Why should you have to visit several stores to get what you need when you can simply come to us? Also, if you can’t find a product, or if we don’t stock it, just ask and we will do our best to find it and bring it in for you.

We carry the top names of quality vitamins, herbs, groceries and personal care products. We’ve also had our own brand of products for over 30 years. We take pride in putting our name on a product, and we go to great lengths to make sure the quality goes in before our name goes on the label!

We offer competitive pricing, however, if you find a product we stock cheaper somewhere else in Regina let us know. WE WILL MEET LOCAL

COMPETITOR’S PRICES!! This price match guarantee does not extend to competitors online prices.

In city Free Delivery on orders over $25 weekday afternoons.
Mail Order Service
4123 Rochdale Boulevard
Phone: 306-545-4699
Fax: 306-546-3844
Store Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursdays 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sundays – CLOSED
3976 Albert Street
Regina SK. S4S 3R1
Phone: 306-585-2144
Fax: 306-585-2171
Store Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursdays 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sundays – CLOSED
2425 Quance Street East
Regina SK. S4V 2X8
Phone: 306-789-4055
Fax: 306-789-2038
Store Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursdays 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sundays – CLOSED

447 Albert Street
Regina SK. S4R 2P1
Phone: 306-924-3134
Fax: 306-924-0559
Store Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursdays 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sundays – CLOSED


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What not to eat

What I can eat

ALLOWED grains and flours
Rice, corn, soy, potato, tapioca, beans, garfava, sorghum, quinoa, millet,
buckwheat, arrowroot, amaranth, teff, Montina and nut flours.

NOT ALLOWED in any form
Wheat (durum, graham, kamut, semolina, spelt), rye, barley and triticale.

Understanding Labels
The key to understanding the GF diet is to become a good ingredient label reader. The following ingredients should not be consumed. They are derived from prohibited grains: barley, malt or malt flavoring (can be made from barley), malt vinegar (made from barley), rye, triticale, wheat (durum, graham, kamut, semolina, spelt).

Recent research shows that pure, uncontaminated oats used in moderation (1 cup cooked) are safe for most persons with celiac disease. Consult your dietitian or physician if you want to include oats in your diet.

Alcohol and vinegar
Distilled alcoholic beverages and vinegars are gluten-free. Distilled products do not contain any harmful gluten peptides. Research indicates that the gluten peptide is too large to carry over in the distillation process. This leaves the resultant liquid gluten-free. Wines are gluten-free. Beers, ales, lagers and malt vinegar are made from gluten-containing grains and are not distilled; therefore, they are not gluten free, with the exception of some GF beers that are currently available.

A label that declares a complete list of ingredients is safest. If you are unsure about a product’s ingredients, avoid it or find a comparable product that is gluten-free. Labels must be read every time you purchase food. Manufacturers can change ingredients at any time. Some products remain GF for years while others do not. You may verify ingredients by calling or writing a food manufacturer and specifying the ingredient and lot number of the food in question. State your needs clearly – be patient, persistent and polite.

If in doubt, go without!
If you are unable to verify ingredients or the ingredient list is unavailable DO NOT EAT IT. Regardless of the amount eaten, it is not worth triggering your immune system and the damage to the small intestine that occurs every time gluten is consumed, whether symptoms are present or not. Individuals may have sensitivity reactions to foods other than gluten.

Wheat free is not gluten free
Products labeled wheat free are not necessarily gluten free. They may still contain rye or barley-based ingredients that are not GF.

Contamination in food preparation
When preparing gluten-free foods, they must not come into contact with food containing gluten. Contamination can occur if foods are prepared on common surfaces or with utensils that are not thoroughly cleaned after preparing gluten-containing foods. Using a common toaster for gluten-free bread and regular bread is a common source of contamination. Flour sifters should not be shared with gluten-containing flours. Deep-fried foods cooked in oil shared with breaded products should not be consumed. Spreadable condiments in shared containers may be a source of contamination. When a person dips into a condiment a second time with the knife (used for spreading), the condiment becomes contaminated with crumbs (e.g. mustard, mayonnaise, jam, peanut butter and margarine).

Wheat flour can stay airborne for many hours in a bakery (or at home) and contaminate exposed preparation surfaces and utensils or uncovered gluten-free products. Likewise, foods not produced in a gluten-free environment have the potential to be contaminated with gluten. This may occur when machinery or equipment is inadequately cleaned after producing gluten-containing foods. Food manufacturers are required by Good Manufacturing Practices outlined in the FDA’s Code of Federal Regulations to reduce the risk of contamination in manufacturing. Let common sense be your guide.

Not all adverse reactions are due to celiac disease
Lactose intolerance, food sensitivities or allergies to soy, corn or other foods or even the stomach flu are common causes of symptoms similar to celiac disease. Newly diagnosed celiacs may have trouble digesting certain foods, especially fatty foods, until the small intestine has had a chance to heal and start absorbing normally. If necessary, keep a diary of foods eaten. Read labels, remember what you ate, and listen to your body.

Attitude is everything
Like anything new, it takes time to adjust to the GF diet. It is natural to mourn old food habits for a short time. Stay focused on all the foods you can eat. Fresh fruits and vegetables are delicious and healthy. Fresh poultry, fish, meat and legumes provide protein and are naturally GF. Most dairy foods can also still be enjoyed, providing you are not lactose intolerant. GF substitutes for foods commonly made with wheat are available at grocery stores, health food stores and GF food manufacturers. Try GF waffles for breakfast, a sandwich on GF bread for lunch; and rice, corn or quinoa pasta for dinner. Your new way of eating is very satisfying!

Test before starting diet
The GF diet is a lifelong commitment and should not be started before being properly diagnosed with CD/DH. Starting the diet without complete testing is not recommended and makes diagnosis difficult. Tests to confirm CD could be inaccurate if a person were on a GF diet for a long period of time. For a valid diagnosis, gluten needs to be reintroduced. Celiac disease is an inherited autoimmune disease. Screening family members is recommended. Consult your doctor for testing.

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