(I can still eat that!)
So what does one eat in a land sans gluten? Well, a lot of quinoa, veggies, grilled meats and fish, froyo (just double check, some ice creams add hidden sources of gluten), and salads, lots of salads. Sounds icky, I know, but the benefits! I'm not tired around 3 p.m., you know, like an hour after you eat lunch and you feel like you could sleep forever (or kill someone for a coffee), I don't have that now. And there's no feeling like a glob of bread is just sitting in your stomach for hours after you eat.
(tuna tartare with avocado, following photos taken at Lavo in NYC)
Anddd you get to eat fancy foods, like tuna tartare, cause ya know, you can't eat pasta or bread or anything.
(chilean sea bass with crispy portabello strips, a garlic-butter-tomato sauce and baby asparagus in the background)
Sorry for the photo quality. These are from my phone. I didn't think anything could be worse than the little digital camera I have now, but apparently I was wrong.
(grilled salmon with zucchini "pasta")
Anyway, I haven't been gluten-free long enough to know if it'll actually change anything, but I'll give it as long as I can handle, until I break down and bake every muffin/cake/cookie in my recipe book and stuff my face. (I give myself a week before my willpower runs out).