I am blessed by close neighbors with whom we eat at least a couple of times a week. I think it is his uncle who has celiac, so he already knew what was going on and I've been thoroughly impressed ever since the first barbecue when he scrubbed the grill completely. Now when we have people over, there are already four of us that are at the very least gluten-aware, if not completely gluten-free and so the awareness spreads gradually and much more gracefully. Of course we have picky, vegetarian and diabetic friends and family too, so no one is really freaked out about dietary limitations.
It's very copacetic.
Yo, I looked it up and it was Sushi Party's Soy Wrappers at our very cool local natural foods store. I would give the restaurant a call - it's good practice for the rest of life, you bypass a potentially busy server and also, you'd have soo much more fun on your date.
Now I want some of them.
Thankyou so much! Yeah before I was diagnosed I would eat avocado rolls....which consists of fresh avocado with rice and soy paper instead of seaweed because I hate seaweed! And i actually craved it alot because it was one of the few things that didn't make me sick. Should I be concerned with soy paper?
The only soy paper that I have seen was gluten-free, but it was in a store and I could read the label.