I need to avoid wheat/gluten so says my doctors. But i am already stuff what i can eat. I cook most of the meals from scratch but do use things like stock cubes/flour to thicken and other stuff which i now know i cant have.
make up your own chilli and serve it with rice. My mates little boy who is coeliac loves it. He is lso addicted to baked potatoes. I can post my chilli recipe which is his fave if you want. bolognaise mix on potatoes
Hi - The Tamari sauce is fine - just like soy sauce (or so my taste buds tell me now!).
We tend to just not thicken stuff these days - we mainly cook from scratch (I'm coeliac) but either buy gluten free casserole sauces, or make our own but without thickener.
Worth getting some g-f flour in though, for baking/thickening etc. I made some g-f scones with ds's at the weekend and although they came out more biscuit-like than scone-like, they were very nice!
Remember to avoid or check sausages, as most have breadcrumbs in - Tescos do one kind of gluten free sausage but they're very peppery. Sainsbury's do the lovely Scilian and Toulouse sausages - both g-f and much nicer.
Also check cereals - Tesco's own Rice Krispies are OK but my favourite are Doves Farm Corn Flakes.