How to say gluten-free in Japanese: Guruten Furī

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How to say gluten-free in Japanese: Guruten Furī

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To say gluten-free in Japanese: Guruten Furī
Say it out loud: “Goo Roo Tenh Foo Ree

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Diet Considerations category:

bread – Pan  (Pan)
celiac – Searikku  (Ceh Ree Ack)
cheese – Chīzu  (Chee Zoo)
dairy – Nyuu Seihin  (Nyoo Sei Hin)
eggs – Tamago  (Tah Mah Goh)
gluten-free – Guruten Furī  (Goo Roo Tenh Foo Ree)
I am vegan – Watashi Ha Bīgan Desu  (Wah Tah Shee Wah Bee Gan Dess)
I am vegetarian – Watashi Ha Bejitarian Desu  (Wah Tah Shee Wah Beh Jee Tah Rian Dess)
I don't eat… – Watashi Ha … Wo Tabemasen  (Wah Tah Shee Wah … Woh Tah Beh Mah Senn)
kosher – Kōshā  (Kow Shaah)
meat – Niku  (Nee Kuu)
milk – Gyuunyuu  (Gyoo Nyoo)
nuts – Nattsu  (Nah Ttsu)
organic – Ōganikku  (Ooh Gah Nick)
sugar – Satou  (Sah Tow)
wheat – Komugi  (Koh Moo Gee)

And here’s how to say gluten-free in other languages!

Arabic–Khaleya Men Al Gluten  (kha le ya men al glu ten)
Chinese–Wú Mài Fū  (Woo Mai Foo)
Croatian–bez glutena  (bayz gloo ten uh)
Czech–bez lepek  (bez leh pek)
Finnish–gluteeniton  (gluh teh eh ni tohn)
French–sans gluten  (sahn gloo ten)
German–gluten frei  (gloo ten fry)
Italian–senza glutine  (senza glue teen eh)
Japanese–Guruten Furī  (Goo Roo Tenh Foo Ree)
Korean–Geulluten Peuri  (Gluten-Free)
Polish–bezglutenowy  (bes glue teh no' vyh)
Portuguese–Sem Glúten  (sehm gloo tehn)
Russian–bez glyutina  (byes glyu tee nah)
Spanish–sin gluten  (seen gloo tin)
Swahili–isiyo na gluteni  (ee see yoh nah gloo teh nee)
Thai–Mai Mi Kluten  (MAI mee gloo-ten)
Turkish–glutensiz  (gloo tahn' siz)
Vietnamese–Không Tinh Bột  (Khom Tin Bot)

"gluten-free" (Guruten Furī) is a diet that excludes gluten.It is found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye and triticale. This is a diet for individuals who are affected by consumption of gluten products. When on tour you can instruct your tour agent or host to prepare for you a gluten free meals. The travel agent or host will ask you when registering for a trip to their country "are you allergic to any foods or medication? " and you may reply " yes, I only take "gluten-free" (Guruten Furī) meals." Get instant access to the Japanese Language Set.

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