Monday, April 21, 2008

California Roll

So many ethnic foods have great gluten free options. If you are a "good" eater, the gluten free diet is really not a problem and you probably eat healthier than the average person. However, we all get lazy and take out is always an option. Today, I picked up an order of california roll at the sushi restaurant. They know me already and ask, "One order or two?". I have my GF soy sauce at home so I am good to go. I cut up a few slices of extra sharp cheddar cheese to put on the rice crackers and poured a glass of burgundy. This is a quick and easy meal that I enjoy. I can have a piece of dark chocolate afterwards and get some health benefits as well from the chocolate! I have been trying not to eat too late at night in the hopes of getting some elusive quality sleep. Getting older certainly is not easy.


Abbizzy said...

I've only been gluten free for about 12 days, but I'm not finding it to be hard at all and feel as if it should be hard given all the discussions on the celiac and gluten free forums. I think what you said is true, if you are a "good" eater, it's not really a problem. Tonight I went out with my family for sushi and had california rolls, brought my own soy, had an order of edamame, and a cup of miso soup and some grated radishes. I love rice crackers as well and find that if I go to a party I can be a good guest, bring an appie tray for the hostess of rice crackers and cheese and then I don't have to be deprived without creating a fuss. I think it's all in the perspective. There is a world of things I CAN eat... :)

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