Is it cheating to put three days together? I’ll let you be the judge of that.
I could write them separately, but it would get pretty repetitive. My meals for the past three days have been pretty standard. I guess that’s a sign that I’m settling into this gluten-free business.
We got invited out for sushi the other night, and I got really excited. Fish + Rice = gluten free right? Then I remembered the soy sauce….a crucial ingredient. Is there gluten-free soy sauce? I could just bring my own! And then there’s the tempura. I’m not sure what it’s made of…but it sure seems like something that would involve wheat (Wikipedia confirms my suspicions).
Fortunately I was busy, and couldn’t make it, but it got me thinking. Is sushi safe for people with gluten intolerance? If you avoided the soy sauce and the tempura would the possibility for contamination still make it too dangerous?
Note: As I am writing this the TV is on in the background and they are playing House Hunters International, moving to Japan and eating lots of sushi!
If you have experience with this dilemma please let me know.
It could be time to find my bamboo mat and practice my sushi making skills. I can’t live without sushi forever!
Today I will get back on the bread bandwagon. I’ve purchased a HUGE bag of gluten-free all-purpose flour and some brand new yeast. Fletcher has also requested that I try to make pizza, so we are going to experiement for dinner tonight.
I am also going to try making granola bars, so look forward to some exciting new recipes coming soon :)