Are you gluten-free? If so, please spread the word about gluten-free pizza.  It's not the cardboard crust, disgusting taste, or evil food the gluten folks think it is.  In fact, many won't even try anything gluten free for fear it'll taste different, bland, or just wrong.

I am gluten-free. This is not a problem for me, but for others, like my husband, he freely takes all my gluten, and I'm ok with that.  Finding a great gluten-free pizza on a Friday night to go with a glass of wine or a beer is always a discussion.   However, if you dig a little, you will find plenty of options for gluten-free and delicious pizza, especially in a foodie place like the Seacoast.

According to, there are many health reasons to insist on gluten-free crusts. Minimizing the amount of gluten we eat can help in many areas.  Here's what gluten can do to your body.

Gluten-free diets help you feel better overall by helping to lower cholesterol levels and reduce bloating caused by gluten, insulin levels, cancer risks, and risk of heart disease. Gluten-free options, and yes, that includes pizza, can bring inflammation down, including acne.

That's enough for me to feel healthier eating gluten-free.  Honestly, most of these pizzas are so good, you wouldn't know it's GF.  You can get all the same toppings on a regular pizza, except maybe fried eggplant.  Buffalo chicken bacon pizza? Yes, please.

Here's a list of our favorites places who serve gluten-free pizza on the Seacoast.  Let us know if you have a favorite GF pizza joint not on the list.  Mangia!

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