Posted by ctopkis on Feb 20, 2013 in Food & Beverage | 3 comments
Any tips on how to stay gluten free at college when your only cooking utensils are a fridge and microwave and you don’t have a lot of money?
I have an idea. Do you like (love) pasta, but shun it due to its gluten content? If so, I have a work around for you. It’s called Konjac Noodles (http://www.konjacfoods.com). They are gluten free, have no carbs, are soy free, sugar free, calorie free. They are 100% soluble fiber. They are a bit more chewy than regular pasta, but you can make them in your microwave, add some sauces, or garlic/butter, salt & pepper (definitely salt & pepper). I’d love to know what you think of them. Here is another post on this topic.
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I don’t know if you have a Trader Joe’s near your campus, but they have a few gluten free snacks that are healthy. My favorite is the gluten free seaweed snack. It comes plan (just salted) or with a wasabi flavor. It’s like eating a potato chip, but without the potato!
Thanks do you have any favorite recipes that are gluten free?
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