can you make a gluten free salad with the salad already on hand?
no. It wouldn't be gluten free.
??? Why can't I just use the salads already on hand for the gluten free order? Why do I have to open a new bag? Salads don't have gluten.
Yes, salads have no gluten. However, you just made a sandwich. ..which the bread was not gluten free. You didn't change your gloves. And every time you make a salad after a sandwich, you didn't change your gloves. Gluten is bound to contaminate the salad. That's why it's better safe than sorry. Change your gloves, open a new bag and make a new salad. Even the smallest amount of gluten can cause the patient to have a reaction. It's basic cross contamination. That's why I said you have to change your gloves and grab a new bag.
I don't believe you. *goes and asks hearing person with 0 knowledge*
ask Elena, she's certified. I'm not. She won't steer you wrong.
Beyond Bread (the Islington branch) started doing a dinner menu! :D Everything we tried was amazing, but especially these sliders and especially the Mexican chicken, guacamole and cheese one. 😍 They also have pizzas on the menu and even have a selection of wines and gluten free beers now. I think the dinner menu is only available on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for now, but definitely go check it out if you can. :)
It may sound odd to some - and I only got around to trying this because I had nothing else in the fridge - but it turns out that grated carrot and extra mature cheddar with a dash of garlic powder, oregano and cayenne makes for such a quick and yummy toastie filling ♥ | feat. gf sourdough bread (newburn bakehouse)
This is a fantastic recipe to throw in your Sunday food-for-the-week prep. It’s literally just 1 chop, toss, and bake. I almost always bake on tin foil to make clean up super easy. For all the ideas for gluten free uses you can ALWAYS sub in gluten free products (I do!).
I have to admit- these were so good that by the end of the day I ate the whole thing haha! Hot or cold, these are just plain delicious. They’re really simple to make (you can really make most green veggies thisway!) and use ingredients I always have on hand so it’s a great in-a-pinch, go-to recipe!
Here’s a few ways to use them:
my favorite- as is straight out of the pan haha!
layered on sandwiches (gluten free bread optional) with hummus & baby spinach
tossed in a big salad with light vinaigrette & blue cheese
served warm over brown rice or quinoa (especially with baked or grilled salmon)
warm on a wrap with fresh mozzarella (optional grilled chicken/ tofu/ tempeh), spinach & fresh tomatoes