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aikiducky

Weird Shopping Experience

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I went to the local health food store today, and to my delight they had a lot more gluten free products than before. :D So I start to look around and read labels (to check for dairy) and I was looking at all this bread and pasta and pizza crusts and cookies... and I couldn't really think of when to eat it! I don't eat cereal because I don't know what I would eat it with (no soy, no dairy, don't like the substitutes like rice milk, too watery), I usually cook vegetables with a bit of meat/fish, I don't add pasta or rice to my meals anymore. They had Tinkyada and I thought of buying some because some many people here like it, but I don't know when I would actually eat it. :) I only eat a few rice crackers in the morning, that's all the grains I eat all day.

I guess if I did come across a really yummy cream cake type dessert that was gluten/dairy/soy/legume free that I would be pleased. But other than that I don't seem to have any need for gluten free products. :huh: I ended up buying a small package of sweet rolls, I guess I'll have them for breakfast one of these days for old times sake. Thing is, I LIKE rice cakes.

I just thought it was funny that my emotional response to this really quite big assortiment of gluten free foods was pretty much the same as if it had been a pile of cabbage. :D:D:D Like, I guess I could eat that one day if I didn't have anything better in the fridge...

Pauliina

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Ah--your post made me smile :) . I have been having the same reaction in stores, lately. Mine are because I am becoming sensitive to so many other things besides gluten, that all of the newfound variety is great, but I end up buying the same meats, produce, and a few other things. Luckily, I like those things and despite the sensitivites, I do eat very well without all the "extras".

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