The following article was written by Ashley Palmer.
I'll admit it: When I first started
eating gluten-free, I was completely lost. I was vigorously reading labels for
signs of wheat and overwhelmed by the abundance of flour (rice flour, potato
flour, sorghum flour …). But now I walk into the super market like a champ and
head right to my fridge and pantry staples without a second thought.
So what are those staples exactly,
you ask? In no particular order they are …
like to dice these veggie dogs up and put them in some veggie chili or deep fry
them in gluten-free corndog batter.
Food for Life Wheat & Gluten Free Brown Rice
are great toasted and topped with vegan cream cheese and everything-bagel seeds
or as the bun for a hearty sandwich or veggie burger.
noodles are great topped with marinara or pesto or used in a cold pasta salad.
Daiya Cheese Jalapeño
Garlic Havarti Style WedgeThis
spicy and creamy "cheese" makes the perfect queso to pair with
tortilla chips! I also like to add it to my veggie burgers for an extra kick.
"veg-head" needs a go-to veggie burger, and this one does the trick
for me. It heats up nicely right in a skillet and also over an open flame out
on the grill.
course, I'm always finding new products that I love. What about you? What are
your favorite meat- and wheat-free
foods? Share with me in the comments below!
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