Tips and Tricks for a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is pretty much a holiday filled with gluten. Think about it: from the dinner rolls to the stuffing, almost every "traditional" dish has gluten in it. Some dishes that you think are safe, like the turkey, have hidden dangers. If you're hosting Thanksgiving with guests who eat gluten-free, or if you're newly gluten-free, these tips will help you have a healthy and stress-free holiday… at least as far as the meal is concerned!

Tell us how you get around gluten on Thanksgiving in comments!

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