Types of yeast free foods
People with yeast intolerance do not have to worry about they can go about avoiding food that
contains yeast. There are many types of yeast free foods available and you can be assured that you will
not be deprived of delicious and appetizing foods.
A yeast free diet can be easily achieved with the following food source:
- Plain boiled rice is an ideal food source for people suffering from yeast intolerance. Most rice dishes
do not contain yeast except for dishes that uses soya sauce in their cooking. Soya sauce used in fried rice
contains yeast. However, soya sauce can be substituted by tamari sauce, which is similar to soya sauce
except it is gluten free and yeast free.
- A mixture of crunchy and fresh green salad is a healthy food choice. Salad creams however are to be
avoided. Create your own salad dressing using fruit juice with vegetable oil. An example of yeast free salad
dressing is a blend of orange juice, herbs and olive oil. Vegetables provide one of the best sources of
vitamins essential to our well being. Boil, steamed or stir fry vegetable. Remember not to overcook vegetables
as it will destroy its important nutrients.
- Substitute breakfast cereals like rice crispies, oat cakes and oat porridge instead of bread for a hearty
and nutritious breakfast.
- You can have enjoy a delicious meal of fish, pork, beef, chicken and other meat products as long as you
avoid adding ingredients that contain yeast ,such as gravy, sauces, cheese and yeast extracts. Grilled, roast
or stir fry meat dishes with seasoning like salt, pepper, sesame oil and herbs for lunch or dinner.
There are Yeast free recipe books available that will show you how to cook
delicious yeast free dishes. You will be amazed by food choices available that do not need
yeast. Make it your personal adventure to make yeast free dishes, who knows, you could be
sharing your own yeast free recipes to people with yeast intolerance