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Old 11-19-2011, 05:48 PM
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Good for you Meri!

If I could handle the taste of gluten-free food, I'd eat it. But I LOVE food with TONS upon TONS of flavor. I'm the person who adds extra everything on foods that already have plenty on it lol

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You need to get your bootay over here for some green chile enchiladas. Or curry.

There is a lot of crap cardboard tasting stuff out there. It doesn't have to be part of your diet by any means. I bet I could make stuff where you wouldn't know the difference (it's been blind-tested on my super picky dad and husband )
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:52 PM
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I wanted gluten free waffles.. Mere and I thought we'd try together for a week.. Couldn't find corn tortillas or gluten free waffles. *sigh*
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:54 PM
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When I think of foods WITH gluten in them, they don't come to mind as being supremely flavorful... (pizza crust...bread....pasta...flour....they're all bland as heck unless you add flavorful stuff to them).

It's just easier to add flavorful stuff to a gluten-y base than it is to try to find non-gluten substitutes.
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:19 PM
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If you wanted to keep some frozen food on hand, in case you're in a hurry or something, I would check out the Amy's brand. They have a ton of great healthy food for a wide variety of food allergies - dairy free, gluten free, etc.

I first discovered them when I was looking for food that I could microwave at work (since I'm terrible about making meals beforehand, and then I end up eating out). I'm mostly vegetarian, and it's HARD to find vegetarian frozen foods.

I'm not sure what stores you have around you, but our local Cub Foods sells them in the organic section.

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Old 11-19-2011, 07:17 PM
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Quinoa is really good.
LIES! LOL, I need a recipe or something, because I ended up making quinoa and dumping half a jar of salsa on it to make it edible.

I'm doing gluten/dairy/soy free. I basically eat eggs, squash, and fruit
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Old 11-19-2011, 07:28 PM
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I am a super picky eater - not really by choice I just don't like a bunch of things.

Tonight I broke up a ranch burger (ranch mix and cheese mixed into it) and cooked it up and made burritos? on corn tortillas. OMG the corn tortilla was nasty unless I had a good hunk of meat in it.. then it was fine. LOL. Gonna try making grilled cheeses outta them tomorrow.
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FYI, Costco has some type of excellent gluten-free cracker thingy.
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Old 11-19-2011, 07:38 PM
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LIES! LOL, I need a recipe or something, because I ended up making quinoa and dumping half a jar of salsa on it to make it edible.

I'm doing gluten/dairy/soy free. I basically eat eggs, squash, and fruit
Just out of curiosity, did it come prewashed or did it still have the hull? Because the hull is really soap-ish, so much so that Peruvian women used to save the water they washed the hulls off with to wash their clothes in.

ETA: To make corn tortillas edible, heat them on a skillet with a little oil before you make tacos or anything. It totally transforms them.
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LIES! LOL, I need a recipe or something, because I ended up making quinoa and dumping half a jar of salsa on it to make it edible.

I'm doing gluten/dairy/soy free. I basically eat eggs, squash, and fruit
GAH!! I hate quinoa, which is a shame because it's pretty healthy and has protein! What an epic bummer.
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Old 11-19-2011, 08:03 PM
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Just out of curiosity, did it come prewashed or did it still have the hull? Because the hull is really soap-ish, so much so that Peruvian women used to save the water they washed the hulls off with to wash their clothes in.

ETA: To make corn tortillas edible, heat them on a skillet with a little oil before you make tacos or anything. It totally transforms them.
Uhhh...idk, it looked like this:
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