It's never easy to stay in someone else's home. You're in unfamiliar surroundings, you feel you need to honor their routines and rhythms even if they're different from your own. It all creates that slight bit of tension and awkwardness.
But being a gluten-free house guest adds an entirely new set of fears and worries into the mix. How will you avoid the potential cross-contamination mine field and navigate a kitchen that is not your own? Here are some easy tips to plan ahead and make your visit easy-peasy (at least regarding your gluten-free concerns).
ii.Brown and Red Rice with Chia and Kale
iii.Spanish Rice and Red Beans
Also remember to label and designate a special storage spot for anything you bring so there is no potential cross-contamination or people eating by accident. Happy Holidays everyone!
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