Everything. I had stomach problems for a bit and was so afraid that I had celiac disease. I love bread, especially with wheat and oats and barley, and I love muffins, especially bran muffins. Plus, I wouldn’t be able to eat cake. I was raised on pasta but I’d say it’s the bread products I would miss the most.
My diet is primarily carbs, so living by a gluten-free diet would be difficult for me. I do know a few gluten-free recipes, so I probably wouldn’t be completely desperate, but I think I’d be extremely unhappy in most situations. Also, I eat a lot of seitan (made from wheat gluten) as I’m vegetarian, so that would be a very difficult thing for me to give up. In short, I’d miss most things!
Cereal! With all the great types on the market these days, I would feel extremely deprived not being able to choose as I please. Although some gluten-free cereals have been introduced, the variety just isn’t there yet. With cereal as the staple for breakfast (and even lunch and dinner as a college student), I imagine it would be very boring sticking to gluten-free options.
I think I would just miss the ease of baking and ordering food. Most foods (pastas, breads, baked goods) now have gluten-free options (especially in stores like Whole Foods or Trader Joes). There is rice pasta and with a mix of different kind of flours (chickpea, quinoa, etc) you can make a lot of gluten free breads/baked goods.
Tie–seitan and bread.
I’m a bread junkie but also a seitan junkie, and will eat it every single day, prepared just about any type of way.
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