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  • shrimp scampi

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Scampi on gluten free pasta.

    Else jambalaya.
    Asian rice noodles are the best AND come in so many varieties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    Asian rice noodles are the best AND come in so many varieties.
    I haven't had asian rice noodles with any cuisine outside of asian, but maybe should try them with other things.

    Though I'm pretty lucky where I live, as Trader Joes has a pretty decent GF rice and quinoa pasta, and whole foods has an interesting red lentil GF one that is pretty good (though I don't recommend reheating it -- like most pastas the consistency gets really weird if trying to use it as a leftover, but the GF pastas especially are worse reheated).
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I haven't had asian rice noodles with any cuisine outside of asian, but maybe should try them with other things.

    Though I'm pretty lucky where I live, as Trader Joes has a pretty decent GF rice and quinoa pasta, and whole foods has an interesting red lentil GF one that is pretty good (though I don't recommend reheating it -- like most pastas the consistency gets really weird if trying to use it as a leftover, but the GF pastas especially are worse reheated).
    Do you have celiac disease?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Do you have celiac disease?
    No I don't (or.. I'm assuming it's just an intolerance); however I went gluten free about 1.5 years ago in order to see if it was what had been causing my increased knee pain/inflammation over the years. And, my knees became quite good/ normal, vs prior to going GF feeling I was becoming an arthritic old woman prior to 40. Maybe 3-4 times since then I've had something - either a minute amt of gluten (cocktail sauce was the first time this happened, I ate a bite before realizing it had wheat in it), or just something that must have had trace amts as my knees flared up again for a day or so. It's weird, but you know, it makes me feel better so I haven't even bothered getting a celiac test done / don't intend to. My diet's a lot more nutritious now anyway.

    Edit: I had also been having weird digestion/bowels for a few years prior, at least, though had been unaware it was considered abnormal; so when I learned it was abnormal, I started researching gluten intolerance and saw that joint pain was another symptom, so that is why I started with removing gluten. (incidentally my digestion is now quite normal compared to how it had become)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    No I don't (or.. I'm assuming it's just an intolerance); however I went gluten free about 1.5 years ago in order to see if it is what had been causing my increased knee pain/inflammation over the years. And, my knees became quite good/ normal, vs prior to going GF feeling I was becoming an arthritic old woman prior to 40. Maybe 3-4 times since then I've had something - either a minute amt of gluten (cocktail sauce was the first time this happened, I ate a bite before realizing it had wheat in it), or just something that must have had trace amts as my knees flared up again for a day or so. It's weird, but you know, it makes me feel better so I haven't even bothered getting a celiac test done / don't intend to. My diet's a lot more nutritious now anyway.
    Ah I was just curious. Glad your knee is better
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Ah I was just curious. Glad your knee is better
    haha yeah TMI in my response, but oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    haha yeah TMI in my response, but oh well.
    I appreciate tmi
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    shrimp scampi because it is delicious :3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I haven't had asian rice noodles with any cuisine outside of asian, but maybe should try them with other things.

    Though I'm pretty lucky where I live, as Trader Joes has a pretty decent GF rice and quinoa pasta, and whole foods has an interesting red lentil GF one that is pretty good (though I don't recommend reheating it -- like most pastas the consistency gets really weird if trying to use it as a leftover, but the GF pastas especially are worse reheated).
    The teeny tiny avocados from TJ's are my current favorite thing at TJ's, not including the organic soft wheat bread.

    Oh scampi to answer the question.
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    Assuming there's heat to it, the Jambalya.

    Extra points if I can have it with white wine. There is no stronger aphrodisiac than shrimp and white wine.

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