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Exploring ways to "Spice Up" our Gluten Free offerings - without pointing out that they are Gluten-Free!
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Created by Jud Flynn
Last updated 11/2014
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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On-Site Culinary Solution’s presentation of "Gluten-Free Creations All Spiced Up!" will be a series of lectures containing videos, slides, recipes, and cooking demonstrations that can also be downloaded for future reference.

We will be presenting items for participants to understand the principles of Gluten-Free cooking and how they should taste. Each lecture will have narrated, easy to grasp terminology, for all levels of chefs!

Participants are invited to share their experiences using a variety of grains and legumes as an alternate to gluten dishes and discuss regional/international cuisine standards that are gluten-free. Chef Jud Flynn will also be sharing three cooking demonstrations for video oriented learning. These demonstrations feature Asian oriented dishes, using a variety of spices, many of which a casual chef may not have even heard of prior to taking this course!

Many topics will be covered in this course: the science behind gluten, allowable and avoidable grains, reading food labels, gluten intolerance and how to overcome, Celiac Disease, what exactly living gluten free consists of, and how to cook delicious global gluten free cuisine. A recipe cookbook, with 29 recipes is also included on the last section of the course, as well as printouts for easy to reference points for your kitchen.

What separates this course from any other is the continuing educational hours obtained upon completion. Through the American Culinary Federation and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, we are proud to offer 8 combined CEH’s to all who complete and wish to have documentation.

By the end of this course, you should have a complete understanding of gluten and how to avoid it in your diet. The gluten free lifestyle is not a fad – it’s here to stay! We hope you enjoy your learning experience, and thank you for choosing On Site Culinary for your professional development in the kitchen!

Who is the target audience?
  • Any culinarian in the food service industry.
  • Chefs seeking continuing educational hours
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What Will I Learn?
3 CEH's Continued Educational Hours from the ACF (American Culinary Federation)
5 CEH's Continued Educational Hours from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics "Eat Right"
To give the student a foundation on what is Gluten-Free, what is a Gluten-Free diet and how to produce a delicious flavorful dish.
We will have explored ways to introduce, enhance, and invigorate our menus and offerings to include appetizing Gluten-Free dishes that are not obviously Gluten-Free.
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  • 3 to 5 years experience in ANY kitchen
  • Basic culinary skills
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 17 Lectures Collapse All 17 Lectures 02:10:29
Welcome to On Site Culinary Solutions Online Courses!
2 Lectures 01:54

Students will learn about the course outline and instructor

3 pages
Gluten Free Creations All Spiced Up!
10 Lectures 48:10

Students will learn the science behind gluten.

What is "Gluten"?

Students will learn the ingredients that contain and do not contain gluten.

Grains -- Allowable and Ones to Avoid

Meats, Eggs, and Poultry

Students will learn how to read food labels and understand what to look for when looking for gluten ingredients.

Reading Labels

Students will learn what gluten free truly means, and find out about cross-contamination. Students will also learn about the various organizations that test products for gluten.

What is Gluten Free?

Students will learn the signs of gluten intolerance, and how to treat it. Students will also learn about Celiac Disease.
Gluten Sensitivity and Intolerance

Students will learn about the potential problems of sharing a kitchen with gluten items, as well as the basic ingredients needed to cook gluten free.
So How Do You Cook Gluten Free? Part 1

Students will continue to build knowledge on the alternative starches and flours needed to cook gluten free.
So How Do You Cook Gluten Free? Part 2


Gluten Free Cookbook
33 pages
4 Lectures 42:25
Demonstration #1: Thai Basil Chicken

Demonstration #3: Falafel Balls, Part 1

Demonstration #3: Falafel Balls, Part 2
1 Lecture 00:00
How to Obtain Your Certificate of Completion
2 pages
About the Instructor
4.3 Average rating
3 Reviews
25 Students
1 Course
CEO of On-Site Culinary Solutions LLC

After more than thirty years in the food services industry, Chef Jud Flynn founded On-Site Culinary Solutions. His experience includes: Owner of On-Site Culinary Solutions LLC, having 30 years of total experience; 20 years as a Certified Executive Chef (CEC) from the American Culinary Federation (ACF) ; ACF National Judge, graduating from New England Culinary Institute '93, having comprehensive experience working in all aspects of the culinary industry including: Colleges/Universities, Hotels, Country Clubs, Restaurants, Bed & Breakfasts, and in Culinary Education.

Awards include: ACF National Gold Medals (23 total), ACF President's Gold Medallion Recipient (2003), ACF Regional Chef of the Year (2002), ACF Regional Chef Professionalism Award (2001), and a silver Medalist at the Culinary Olympiad in Erfurt, Germany (2000).

Professional memberships include: National Association of College and University Food-services (NACUFS), American Culinary Federation (ACF), and the National Restaurant Association (NRA).

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