Gluten Free Eating in CSB

Are you Gluten Free?

One of the owners of Scallop Cove is Gluten Free and here are some of her favorites options!

  • Scallop Cove - We have many different Gluten free snacks options!
    • Gluten Free sandwich bread in our deli
    • hamburgers without a bun are good
    • Gluten free Crackers
    • Gluten free Graham Crackers
    • WOW cookies
    • Ice Cream - some Blue Bell Ice Cream flavors
    • wine slushies
    • Gluten free Beer
    • Cider on Tap
  • Poke Bowl
    • All their rice bowls, meat and toppings are gluten free. Most of their sauces are too. They are happy to answer any questions.
  • Peppers
    • their chicken/rice/veggies
    • Cheese Dip and chips
  • Quatro's -
    • any of their tacos on corn but my fav is the one with pineapple
    • Cheese Dip and Chips
  • Provisions
    • tom tom salad
    • chicken pesto sandwich just no bread.
    • Sometimes they have GF pasta and if not they offer to put and of their pasta over veggies or red potatoes
  • Dagwoods
    • If I bring them GF bread they will make me a any sandwich
  • Sand dollar
    • their menu changes all the time but the guys know their stuff and will be happy to tell you what's GF.
  • Keepers Bistro
    • Steak
    • flowerless Chocolate cake
  • Sparks BBQ
    • their baked potatoes
    • all their meat is GF
  • Brunos pizza in Windmark
    • Offer a GF pizza crust
    • pesto sauce is amazing
  • Hungry Howie's
    • has a GF pizza crust
  • St Joe Shrimp Co
    • smoked tuna dip (and get GF crackers from Scallop Cove)
  • St Joe nutrition
    • many of their teas are GF and refreshing
  • Peachy's
    • shrimp and Mahi tacos (order with corn tortillas). Grouper plate, grits instead of bun. Shrimp and grits. Loaded nachos. Smoked pulled pork.
  • Joe Mommas
    • Most of their salads, double check their dressings

What is a gluten-free diet?

Gluten refers to the proteins found in wheat, rye and barley which cause an adverse reaction in people with gluten-related disorders. On a gluten-free diet, these grains and any foods or ingredients derived from them must be removed from the diet. This includes the obvious breads, pastas and baked goods made with gluten-containing flours, but may also include less obvious foods such as sauces, salad dressings, soups and other processed foods, since these can contain small amounts of ingredients derived from gluten-containing grains. ( Oats are inherently gluten-free, but there can be cross-contact with wheat or barley during harvesting or processing. While products labeled gluten-free should comply with the FDA definition of containing no more than 20 ppm of gluten, this is not third-party verified. GFCO’s standard for gluten-free is 10 ppm of gluten or less. 


1. It is not an allergy. It’s a common misconception that those with Celiac are allergic to gluten.
2. ​It is autoimmune. Those diagnosed with Celiac Disease suffer damage to the lower intestine if they ingest gluten.
3. ​Celiac for life. There is no cure or prevention, but following a gluten-free diet is the way of life!
4. ​Gluten hides everywhere. From beer to soy sauce, gluten is in far more items than the bread products lining the shelves of your local bakery.
5. ​Celiac leads to other issues. If undiagnosed, this autoimmune disease can lead to other issues, such as lactose intolerance, anemia, and GI cancers.

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