As soon as I started eating out “gluten free” I discovered the simplicity of going for sushi. I could order a plain platter of sashimi and bring my own gluten free soy sauce. I still ask for my fish to be prepared on a clean surface, double check that no sauces are used on my dish and check the ingredients of the wasabi and ginger. But, there is a certain level of transparency with sushi that you don’t find with other cuisines and cooking techniques.Sushi quickly became the easy restaurant option; I didn’t need to do as much research upfront and I knew there would be SOMETHING I could eat (even if it was just steamed edamame). When I was first diagnosed I would carry a bottle of soy sauce with me to the sushi restaurant. It’s a little unwieldy to keep a bottle of soy sauce always at the ready in my purse so I needed some advanced notice to get a “quick” sushi lunch or dinner. Last year Kari-Out came to the rescue and launched gluten free soy sauce packets. Now I can carry these handy packets in my purse and always be ready for a last minute meal.
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