Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gluten"

The meaning of "Gluten" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does gluten for punishment mean?
A: The correct phrase is “glutton for punishment.” It means you purposely do things that you know will cause you trouble or pain.

Q: What does gluten free mean?
A: gluten is something found in wheat, some people can have a reaction to it if they eat it just like some people are lactose intolerant

so gluten free means there's no gluten in what you're eating
Q: What does gluten free mean?
A: خالي من الغلوتين وهي مادة يتحسس منها بعض الناس.

Example sentences using "Gluten"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gluten and meat free.
A: so meat free means vegetarian people's right?
Q: Please show me example sentences with gluten free.
A:

1 The cake is gluten free.
2 The bread is gluten free.
3 I have a gluten intolerance so must buy gluten free products.

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Synonyms of "Gluten" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between gluten free and no dairy and why is the structure different? ?
A: You can also say "diary free". In fact, I would say you more often see labels that day "gluten free" and "diary free" than any other variation. Both are correct though, it's probably down to marketing and how they decide to phrase it.

Translations of "Gluten"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gluten
A: thank you! Is t sound supposed to be silent? It is so hard to mimic 😂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gluten
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gluten

Other questions about "Gluten"

Q: As I am gluten intolerant I cannot eat a lot of wheat. Otherwise I would get a lot of pimples on my skin. Does this sound natural?
A: [@VictoriaOrt] I was thinking I should tell you a little more

if you have no pimples or a few, then you get some new pimples, this is called breaking out

I'm breaking out
I broke out a few days ago

it's strange that we use this for pimples (and rashes), because it doesn't make sense

when I took that medication, I broke out in a rash!

the literal meaning of break out is when someone escapes from jail

the man broke out of prison
Q: I’m gluten intolerance.

I used to eat breads almost everyday
I’ve been always suffering indigestion,
when I ate breads it got worse
I thought that was just normal and how my body worked with breads

Later then I got to know I just can't digest gluten or it takes at least 2 days to digest
Since I’ve been trying not to eat foods made of flour like breads, pizza, pasta etc I realized it’s really hard to live in Korea

There aren't many restaurants for gluten-free eaters or vegans
Even we barely can find out gluten-free stuffs at marts
Even though it isn't easy it’s worth it.
Because of I haven't had an upset stomach since then

I used to be the one who loved breads more than rice
When I really want to eat breads I take gluten digests and eat the power which is made of mixed bean, sesame, perilla power
They will help your digestion

Does this sound natural?
A: I’m gluten intolerant.

I used to eat bread almost every day
I’ve always been suffering from indigestion, and when I ate bread it got worse
I thought it was just normal and how my body reacted to bread

Later I found out I just can't digest gluten or it takes at least 2 days to digest it
Since I’ve been trying not to eat food made of wheat flour like bread, pizza, pasta etc I realized it’s really hard when living in Korea

There aren't many restaurants for gluten-free eaters or vegans
We can barely even find gluten-free stuff(food) at stores
Even though it isn't easy it’s worth it.
Because I haven't had an upset stomach since (I found out/I stopped eating wheat))

I used to be someone who loved bread more than rice
When I really want to eat bread I take gluten digests(digestives?) and eat a power(powder? flour?) made of mixed beans, sesame, and perilla flour
They help your digestion

Q: I don't eat gluten. Can I find something on the menu which isn't contain gluten? Does this sound natural?
A: Nearly there! Instead of “isn’t” change this to “doesn’t”.

“I don’t eat gluten. Can I find something on the menu which doesn’t contain gluten?”
Q: Ever since I started gluten free diet, I'm pretty good. Does this sound natural?
A: "Ever since I started a gluten free diet, I've been feeling pretty good"
Q: "I've been doing gluten free diet for a week." Does this sound natural?
A: You're just missing an article! "doing a gluten free diet" or "doing the gluten free diet" would be better. Also, in english the common way to talk about diets is saying you're "on" a diet. So "I've been on a gluten free diet." It's weird, but that's how we say it!

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