I need some cooking help...

Taylor Taylor
I have a friend who is coming to visit. She doesn't eat foods with gluten, she is also vegetarian. I'm trying to plan out a few things I can make for meals and have around the house for her. But I'm at a loss in figuring out what she can eat.

I used to be a vegetarian, so I know a few vegetarian recipes, but I have no clue what foods have gluten in them. Does anyone know any gluten free recipes that they've tried and are good. I'll look on some recipe sites too, but I wanted to get some people's input as well.
09/27/2012
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MeliPixie MeliPixie
There are sites all over that tell what things contain gluten, but as a brief overview, wheat, some rices, and some soy products, contain gluten. Read the package of anything you buy. Go ahead and google "foods containing gluten" or "gluten free vegetarian recipes." That should help a lot!

Best to just talk to your friend and see if she can help you, being that she's the non-gluten vegetarian here. It's her lifestyle, who knows better than she, right?!
09/27/2012
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by MeliPixie
There are sites all over that tell what things contain gluten, but as a brief overview, wheat, some rices, and some soy products, contain gluten. Read the package of anything you buy. Go ahead and google "foods containing gluten" or ... More
I was going to suggest the same thing. It's great to be a prepared host, but in special circumstances it's probably best to just go to the source. Either ask her before she arrives, or maybe make a shopping stop your first activity. I am sure she will appreciate your concern!
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