I was fortunate enough to come across some wheat-free food from a take-out place! How often does that happen?
This is a salad roll that I picked up in Granville Island and it was pretty good! I don’t know the exact ingredients, but it had prawns, celery, rice noodles, and lettuce in it. It came with a tangy kind of fruity dip which wasn’t bad, but I wish I could have had the peanut oil dip they also offered. Unfortunately, peanut oil almost always has wheat in it unless you make it yourself 😦
Seared Salmon with Asparagus and Fried Tomatoes
If you are trying to stick close to all of Wheat Belly‘s suggestions (i.e., avoiding starch in general) this meal is fantastic! Fast and easy, even if you aren’t a chef at heart — I know I’m not.
- 10 Asparagus stocks
- 1 tomato
- 1 tbsp Olive oil
- 1 tbsp Butter
Put butter and oil onto a frying pan and heat at medium heat. Brush some oil across your piece of salmon as well to stop it from sticking to the pan. Put salmon on pan and heat until the salmon’s “natural oil” bubbles through (approx. 4 minutes). Flip and repeat. Simultaneously, heat another pan on medium heat and toss in the asparagus. Slice your tomato into 3-4 thick slices and place in the same pan with the asparagus. Add pepper if desired. Flip after 4-5 minutes. Presto!