5 Gluten Free School Lunches, That Aren’t Peanut Butter and Jelly!

Gluten free school lunches to get you out of the lunch rut!
gluten free school lunch
Some products were donated for the purpose of this post, all opinions are my own and I was not compensated monetarily in any way.

Back to School

It’s that time of year again. Early morning alarm clocks, the rush out the door, and then the quite after the storm. Back to school time can be rough, but even more so when you have to worry about a gluten free lunch for your little one, or for yourself.

There is good news though! There are so many products that make taking a gluten free lunch to school quick and easy! I whipped up all 5 of these lunches in under 15 minutes (and it would be faster if you were not stopping to take pictures!)

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One of my favorite way to make things a bit easier is to use a combination of prepackaged gluten free products and fresh fruits and vegetables. Last year I made a handy printout with lots of ideas (which you can get in my Back to School Lunches Post HERE!), this year I thought it would be nice to give you a few examples.

Now, I didn’t go out and buy anything special for this post, because let’s face it. You don’t have time to go out and by anything special and neither do I. Everything I used can be found in your local grocery store.

5 Gluten Free School Lunches

When it comes to lunch you want a nice variety of protein, whole grains, and veggies that will keep your child going throughout the day. Hopefully these ideas will give you a great start to packing gluten free school lunches this year!

gluten free lunchesHot Dog Octopus with Toufayan Pita Chips

I have a little girl who loves Octopuses. She walks around saying “Octopus!” and waving her arms, so she was thrilled with these hot dog octopus. They were so simple to make. Just a few little cuts and voila! The Toufayan pita chips are a family favorite! I also included a yogurt pouch, some broccoli and an Enjoy Life Rice Milk Chocolate Bar. Plenty here for lunch and snack time!

 

Hummus with Frontier Bites and I Hear Keenwah Puffs

I love individual sized snacks like these Frontier Bites and Hummus, gluten free lunchesbut if I can’t get a snack in an individual size, then I use my Allermates reusable bags. I won a lunch box set during MI Gluten Free Gal’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month contest and I love it. There will be no accidentally eating my I Heart Keenwah Puffs when they are in my reusable Allermates snack bag. I added a bit of broccoli and some crackers to make it a complete lunch.

 

Mini Pizzas

gluten free lunchesConfession time- up until the time I was diagnosed with Celiac I loved Lunchable Pizza’s. I know they are awful for you, so much sodium and who knows what that bread was, but for some reason I loved them. I recently discovered that if you toast a Glutino English Muffin, add some pizza sauce and mozzarella cheese, it is amazing! Plus it is perfect for a school lunch. I used one of my reusable squeeze pouches for the pizza sauce (You can find them HERE).  For snacks I added a package of Goodie Girl Chocolate Chip Cookies (LOVE their Go-Bags!) and some apple slices.

Gluten Free Pita Bread Sandwich

Untitled design (47)It’s not back to school if you don’t have at least one sandwich. BFree bread has a new gluten free pita bread that is amazing! I added some First Fresh Chicken Sausage and it was delicious. Some Frontier Bites for a wholesome snack, a cheese stick,  mini no bake cheesecake (recipe coming next week!) and a tangerine make it a complete lunch.

 

Cheese with Gluten Free Multi Grain Crackers

As a kid I loved having cheese and crackers for lunch. Untitled design (49)I was never a huge sandwich fan, so it was a meal I had often. I packed this with nut free trail mix from Enjoy Life, and applesauce pouch and a Goodie Girl Cookies go pack.  Both the Enjoy Life Trail Mix and the Goodie Girl Cookies are nut free, which is so important in many classrooms. These are great snacks because they are tasty, without the worry of allergens.

 

 

Snack Time

gluten free school lunchesI find snacks to be a very important part of gluten free lunches. Some of my current favorite snacks are pictured below. Some are healthier than others, but they will all give you that little push you need to make it through the day!

I Heart Keenwah

Enjoy Life

Frontier Bites

Wild Garden Hummus

Stonyfield Yogurt

Goodie Girl Cookies Go Packs

 

Hopefully these gluten free school lunches give you some fun ideas and help you think outside the box a bit when it comes to preparing lunch for your kiddo. What’s your favorite gluten free lunch? Let us know in the comments!

Happy Gluten Free Eating!

 

Review- Sun Basket, Fresh Organic Meals, Straight to Your Door

Review- Sun Basket- Fresh Organic Meals, Straight to Your Door

Untitled design (37)These meals were provided by Sun Basket free of charge. This had no influence in my opinions of their products. This post contains affiliate links.

The End of Fast Food

I am so over fast food. Given, there isn’t much I can eat from Fast Food Joints, but the few things I can generally are so expensive. For myself, my husband, and my toddler I easily spend $20.00-$30.00. For the same amount I can get a real meal, with fresh organic ingredients delivered to my door.

Sun Basket 3 Meals Free

Sun Basket offers a wide variety of choices (8-12)  each week of gluten free, paleo, and vegetarian meals, with allergens clearly listed. All ingredients are organic, with wild caught fish, and grass fed meats. All meals take under 30 minutes to prepare and are nutritionist approved with an average of 500-800 calories per meal. .

The Sun Basket Experience

Packaging:

Sun Basket cares about their impact on the environment. Boxes came with clear instructions on recycling and ingredients such as beans, crushed tomatoes and spices came in these great reusable plastic containers with lids. I saved all of them because they are perfect for using for lunches or making dressings in.

All the ingredients came in a bag labeled for each meal, with meat and fish packaged separately at the bottom of the box, securely placed between ice packs.

Recipes:

The recipes were simple, but the flavors are outstanding. Sun Basket also offers “Customer Favorites” that you can reorder if you love a recipe and want to try it again.  There were so many choices, including a breakfast dish.

We chose 3 dishes to try- Salmon with Roasted New Potatoes and Green Beans, Chipotle Chilaquiles with Black Beans, and Pork with Fennel Plum Salad.

Untitled design (38)Salmon with Roasted New Potatoes and Green Beans

This dish was my favorite. The combination of flavors are amazing, with mint, lemon and a drizzle of greek yogurt, I would have no issues eating this meal once a week. I have been craving it ever since I made it. I will be ordering this again.

Chipotle Chilaquiles with Black Beans

Untitled design (39)My husband chose this dish, and honestly wasn’t even sure I wanted to try it. I am glad I did, it was so good. Tons of flavor, with just the right amount of spicy and so easy. It took about 15 minutes to prepare. For my toddler I just gave her some of the chips, black beans and queso fresco separate because it was a bit too much spice for her.

Pork with Fennel Plum Salad

TUntitled design (40)his dish was toddler and parent approved, without any adjustments. Lots of flavor with a pan sauce, roasted sweet potatoes and plum salad. We all devoured it. I had no idea my child would eat plums, but she loved them. So simple and so much flavor.

 

Clean Up:

Clean up was very simple. Just a few dishes and it was done. Because everything is proportioned, there was not any waste.

Is it Enough Food:

Yes. It is enough food for 2 adults to have decent sized portions and my 20 month old toddler. My husband sometimes would have liked seconds, but next time I will probably have some rice or a big salad available.

Allergies:

Sun Basket uses best practices when preparing ingredients. All allergens are clearly listed. They are not a completely gluten free facility, but are very careful in ingredient preparation and I had no issues or reason to think I would.

Cost:

Meals cost 11.50 each which is enough for 2 adults and a toddler. I actually tried buying the ingredients to make one of the recipes myself, and it cost me almost the same amount, so I was fairly impressed with the pricing, especially since all the ingredients are organic. For 21.00 a dinner, it is definitely cheaper and healthier than eating out and ready in less time.

I love choosing my meals online and having them sent to my door. It may just be the stage of life I am in (work at home mom, with a toddler, who also is involved in a ton of community activities), but it is great. I also feel confident that my family is eating healthy meals when I use a service such as Sun Basket.

Try it Yourself:

You can use this link to get 3 free meals, which brings the cost of 3 meals for 2 people to about 35.00. Cheaper than going out, so I think it is definitely worth a try!
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Blue Apron Review

Blue Apron Review- Are there feasible gluten free options?Blue Apron ReviewThis Meal Box was provided by Blue Apron free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

Blue Apron Gluten FreeUpdate!

I know, I know, my first experience (see below) with Blue Apron was so so, but I was offered a chance to check them out again, so of course I did.

My experience this time was much better than my past experiences:

Pros:

  • More naturally gluten free recipes,Blue Apron Gluten Free or ingredients that were easily changeable with items I keep on hand.
  • Better packaging, still a lot of plastic, but the produce stayed fresh, even when it took me an extra day to get to cooking.
  • Quality fish and meats.
  • You can view menus several weeks in advance.
  • Ingredients and instructions are listed for each meal.

Blue Apron Gluten FreeCons:

  • Allergens aren’t listed on each meal, you can see the ingredients, but until you get the package you can’t know for sure.
  • There are a lot of sandwiches, which are of course, not gluten free
  • Some ancient grains, like Freekah, and they are not gluten free. I found Quinoa to be a good replacement.

Final Updated Thoughts:

This time around I found the prep to be much easier and the over recipes to be better tasting. I didn’t have to make any expensive swaps, so I still felt like I was getting a decent deal. Because they use so many whole food ingredients, many are naturally gluten free, and there was a detailed nutrition paper included with each meal. It isn’t something I would use consistently because there aren’t always enough gluten free options, but if you love trying new things, you may want to give it a shot.

Trying it one time isn’t too expensive if you follow these steps:

    1. Sign up for Ebates HERE. You will get $7.50 back on your first Blue Apron order,, plus if it’s your first time signing up for Ebates (which I love!- getting cash back on things I’m already buying is a win!), they will also give you a $10.00 gift card. Make sure to download the widget to your toolbar, anytime your on a site that gives cash back; it will alert you.
    2. Use this link to get $30 Off Your First Blue Apron Order.

Original Review:

Blue Apron Review

As part of my journey through boxed meal services, I could not leave out Blue Apron. Blue Apron is a well-known meal service that allows you to pick the meals you would like to try and they deliver the ingredients and recipes to your door.

Blue Apron offer several naturally gluten free options each week and several that can easily be converted.

Overall, I enjoyed the food and recipes, as did my husband.

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The Blue Apron Experience

Packaging:

Untitled design (96)I was not thrilled with the Blue Apron packaging. Every item comes wrapped in plastic, even the squash. It seemed a bit unnecessary. However, I did like that the meat was double packaged. With the exception of the “knick knacks” everything was just in one box, so I had to sort out all the ingredients. While it is nice that everything is included, things like mayo were in little plastic bottles, and it was practically impossible to get out.

Recipes:

Untitled design (95)The recipes were clear and concise. No fancy tools required.  The recipe had to be read carefully ahead of time and make sure that everything was prepped. It felt like there was a lot of prepping. While the recipes were easy and didn’t take long actually to cook, it did feel very involved, which is a bit difficult when you have a toddler running around.

Clean Up:

Untitled design (94)The cleanup wasn’t bad. Minimal pans, the cleanup was the easiest part, which is always a good thing for me.

Is it Enough Food?

Yes. It is enough food for two adults to have decent sized portions, as well my toddler. The dishes were not kid friendly, but I was able to make it work. Blue Apron does offer family meals that I think I would look into next time.

Allergies:

Everything is individually sealed, and allergens are clearly labeled. There was little concern for cross contamination.

Cost:

It is about 20.00 a night for enough to make two adult meals and feed a toddler. This seems to be about average. The meals were very tasty, and we did try some things that I would make again, such as the Catfish with Ponzu Sauce. However, for me, with boxed meal services I am looking for ease more than complex flavors.

Final Thoughts

Blue Apron is a little bit hard for me to justify purchasing. The food is delicious. If you would like to expand your cooking skills and taste buds, this is for you. For my family, it was just to involved, and I had to adjust to much to make it gluten free (though I now know how to make buttermilk biscuits using gluten free Bisquick, so that’s a win!). I hope this Blue Apron Review helps you determine if it is something that will work for your family.

Try it yourself:

If you want to try it out, I got a code for you. I have several friends that swear by Blue Apron, so give it a try for yourself and let me know what you think! Click the banner and get three meals free (basically half off one week, so it’s not a bad deal if you want to try it out!) 

Watermelon Spritzer with Gluten Free Vodka

Watermelon Spritzer with Gluten Free Vodka, perfect for a hot summer night!
Watermelon SpritzerI received Stoli Gluten Free Vodka free of charge, there was no obligation to write a review, it just happened to work great in this drink!

Hot Summer Nights

Miami summer nights are hot. Not just a little hot, a lot hot. The kind of hot where you take a shower because your sweating, and you are sweating in the shower. You would think that this sweltering heat would keep Miamians inside, but it doesn’t. Summer is full of cookouts and beach outings at all times of day.

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This past 4th of July I was at a cookout at some friends house. During the afternoon, while kids were swimming and adults were barbecuing, there was a huge bowl of watermelon that everyone was snacking on. Watermelon is perfect on hot days. As the afternoon turned into night, someone had the idea to soak the cubes of watermelon in vodka and it was a hit.

Watermelon Spritzer

Watermelon Spritzer

Now, like most adults, I like a drink now and then….especially when we are outside at night and the spiked watermelon cubes gave me a great idea. They were a bit strong for me, but the flavor was there.

I had been sent a bottle of the new Stoli Gluten Free Vodka by Breakthru Beverage Florida and I had been trying to figure out what to do with it. Stoli Vodka is different from a lot of Vodka’s because it is made with corn and buckwheat which are naturally gluten free grains.

The only thing I had ever made with vodka before  was Penne with Vodka Sauce (which is amazing, go and check it out!). The 4th of July party gave me the perfect idea of a drink to make with the vodka, thus the Watermelon Spritzer was born.

watermelon spritzer

The Recipe

I’m going to admit it. I don’t like strong drinks. Where most people have a mimosa that is Prosecco with a splash of orange juice, I have orange juice with a splash of Prosecco. This isn’t a very strong drink, however feel free to adjust to taste.

My favorite part of this drink is that is really simple…Just 3 ingredients. Watermelon, Vodka, and Sprite. Have kids? Leave out the vodka. It is really good as well! I found that it doesn’t need any other sweetener because of the watermelon and the Sprite. I added the mint for just a little bit of color.

This is the perfect, simple, refreshing drink for summer. Enjoy!

Watermelon Spritzer with Gluten Free Vodka
Watermelon Spritzer with Gluten Free Vodka
Amanda Kanashiro
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  • 1/2 cup small cubed watermelon
  • 1/2 shot gluten free vodka (for children leave out the vodka)
  • Sprite to fill glass
  • ice

  1. Add watermelon to the bottom of the glass.
  2. Crush with the back of spoon to break up watermelon and release juices.
  3. Add ice.
  4. Add gluten free vodka.
  5. Fill glass with Sprite.
  6. Enjoy!

Serving Size: 1 drink
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Goodie Girl Cookies- Now Available at Publix in South Florida!

Goodie Girl Cookies in South Florida! Find them at Publix.Goodie Girl Cookies in South Florida

 So excited to be partnering with Goodie Girl Cookies! The next few months will be bring lots of cookies and fun recipes! My Gluten Free Miami sponsors help keep this site going! 

Goodie Girl Cookies

There are some new cookies hitting the shelves of Publix. With flavors that will remind you of Girl Scouts (except these are gluten free!), one bite and you will understand why their slogan is

Goodness Never Tasted so Naughty.

They are ridiculously good. When I got my first boxes in, my family had to taste them. Next thing you know I’m hiding them to keep them from eating them before I take my pictures. No one can tell they are gluten free. There is nothing “gluten free” tasting about them and let me tell you, you better be careful because you will eat a whole bag.

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One of the things people miss most when becoming gluten free is the baked goods. You probably thought good cookies were a thing of the past. Sure you can make them, but that takes time. You can’t just open up a bag and enjoy. Thankfully, Publix is now carrying three of the Goodie Girl Cookie flavors for you to enjoy any time you want, plus I have a great giveaway for you to win some for yourself!

Can’t wait? I have a $1.00 of coupon for you! Just click here ———-> Goodie Girl $1.00 off  Coupon!

Goodie Girl Cookies in South Florida

 

Goodie Girl Cookies in South FloridaThe Cookies

Thin Mints

You all know that time of year. Little girls start showing up at tables in front of every store with piles of cookies. You walk by with your head hanging low, trying to avoid eye contact so you won’t have to tell them you aren’t buying any. All those gluten filled Thin Mints you used to love, now a thing of the past.

Well, not anymore. Goodie Girl Cookies has your back. Their Thin Mint Cookies taste just as good, if not, dare I say, better than the Girl Scout Thin Mints. If you love chocolate and mint, these cookies are for you.

 

Goodie Girl Cookies in South FloridaQuinoa Chocolate Chip

Now, when I first read “quinoa” I thought, oh great, another cookie ruined by someone’s attempt to make cookies healthy. Cookies just aren’t healthy, it’s part of the definition. I was wrong. They are awesome! They don’t even taste like quinoa, they taste like chocolate chip cookies. These were a quick favorite at our house. Chocolate chip cookies are just that one cookie that everyone loves. The Quinoa Chocolate Chip also come in go packs, which are perfect for lunches or when you’re out and about.

 

 

Goodie Girl Cookies in South FloridaOatmeal Raisin

Sooooo good. Crisp, with a bit of a crunch. Everything that you would expect in an Oatmeal Raisin cookie. These have that great balance of being sweet but not to sweet, with that great oatmeal texture. Out of the three these are actually my favorite.

 

 

 

Goodie Girl Cookies is an amazing My Gluten Free Miami sponsor! Be sure to go to their website, Goodie Girl Cookies, and check them out!

Happy Gluten Free Eating!

 

My Hello Fresh Gluten Free Experience

Hello Fresh Gluten Free- The ExperienceHello Fresh Gluten FreeHello Fresh provided meals free of charge in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated monetarily.

Update

We have since purchased Hello Fresh quite a few times since the initial review was written and still enjoy it from time to time. Allergens are always well labeled and we have enjoyed a large variety of meals from them. Most of the meals we get are with naturally gluten free ingredients. Even my parents have gotten in on the action. Because my toddler has started eating more, we switched to the family plan and like it.  If you want to try it, you can get $40.00 off your first order (which is the best deal you can find right now!).

Hello Fresh, Hello Easy

Lately, I have been inundated with ads for Boxed Meal Services- you know, those services where a company basically plans out your menu, does the grocery shopping and mails it to you. Sounds like a pretty good idea if you are a really busy, but just don’t want to eat fast food or take out.

However, if you have celiac, non-celiac gluten sensitivity or other food allergies, it may not be that easy (of course take out really isn’t an option either if you have any of these). My curiosity got the best of me so I started looking at several. What I found was most couldn’t be adjusted for gluten free easily or I couldn’t find out much about their position on allergies.

When I was looking I noticed that Hello Fresh clearly lists allergens right under each meal so I decided to write Hello Fresh and see if they would send me some meals to check out. Much to my delight, they said yes and 4 meals for 2 were on their way. My week of Hello Fresh Gluten Free went really well! 

(Just in case you don’t want to read the whole post and you want to try Hello Fresh- click here for $40.00 off your first box!)

Hello Fresh Gluten Free

The Hello Fresh Gluten Free Experience

Hello Fresh Gluten FreePackaging:

I was a bit concerned about waste, but there really was not any more than if I had bought everything myself at the store. Obviously, there was a box and 3 huge ice packs, but I reused the box and threw the ice packs in the freezer to use next time we go to the beach. Plus, they sent me a really cool apron. I love aprons. Ingredients for each meal were packed in their own little recyclable cardboard box. This was AWESOME, I just cleared a small space in the fridge and stacked them in, super simple.

Recipes:

Hello Fresh Gluten Free Clear, easy and concise. No fancy tools required. Nice picture on the front, simple and to the point instructions on the back. I really don’t think it could get any easier. Especially since everything was packed in its own little box. A teenager could follow this to make dinner, no problem.

Clean Up:

I gotta tell you. This was my favorite part. The recipes are engineered to require minimal dishes. Most nights was a pan, a knife and a cutting board. They even tell you what order to cut things in so you don’t have to have multiple cutting boards. It was great to have dinner done AND hardly any dishes to do.Hello Fresh Gluten Free

Is it Enough Food:

Yes. It is enough food for 2 adults to have decent sized portions. It was also enough for my toddler to eat as well. I made a few adjustments each meal for her. For example, with the Jerked Chicken, I just kept aside a few pieces that just had salt and pepper. For the Steak with Chipotle Pan Sauce, I didn’t put any sauce on her steak and I kept out some corn for her. It was really simple.

Allergies:

I know this was the part you were all waiting for. I was very impressed with the way Hello Fresh handles allergens. They clearly list on each recipe (and on the website) if there are any the Top 8 allergens in a dish. They also provide an ingredient list that tells you which ingredient has which allergen.

Three of the meals this week were naturally gluten free, which was really easy. One that I had was not. It used panko, which I easily replaced with gluten free breadcrumbs that I had. I wasn’t worried about cross contamination because everything is packed and sealed separately. I took a look at a bunch of other meals and the gluten tends to be in simple to replace items, like soy sauce.

Cost:

It is about 20.00 a night for enough to make two adult meals and feed a toddler. While it may be cheaper to buy ingredients yourself, it is definitely cheaper than ordering take out or eating fast food. Personally, I thought the quality of the meat and produce was good. It is not something I would do every week, but if I know I’m going to have a busy week, I would consider it, just to have some easy healthy meals on hand.

Final Thoughts

I loved it. Maybe it’s because I’m a mom and work at home, but by the time it hits 5:00 I can’t even think. All of the meals took under thirty minutes or about the same time as one Doc Mcstuffins episode. Plus, all the meals tasted great and we ate healthy, quality food. It was plenty for my husband, plus my 19 month old.

I love to cook, but some nights I need quick and easy and this worked. I’m planning to keep ordering it occasionally.  It’s nice to eat something a bit different and helpful when I’m just to busy.

Try it Yourself:

Want to try the Hello Fresh Gluten Free experience? I got 40.00 off for you. That’s pretty awesome. Just click here:

 

That’s pretty cheap for dinner! If you want to save even more you could also always use Ebates (affliate link)- they give you 15% cash back on Hello Fresh orders…between the code and Ebates, you should definitely check it out!

If you try it (or have already tried it) let me know what you think!

Happy Gluten Free Eating!

 

Love with Food Subscription Box July 2016

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Christmas in July

At least that is what it felt like when my Love with Food Gluten Free Subscription Box July 2016 came! I am a sucker for anything in the mail, and packages I can open have me even more excited! I just love all the individually sized goodies. They are so great to throw in my purse or diaper bag, so that I’m never left hungry!

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Love with Food Gluten Free Subscription June Box 2016

If you like to try out new products, without spending a fortune, than check out Love with Food’s Gluten Free Subscription June Box!

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Love with Food

The name says it all. I am most definitely in love with food. I love nothing more than trying out new things. Since being diagnosed with Celiac it is a bit more difficult. Subscription boxes like Love with Food are a big help. You can get a Love with Food  Gluten-Free Box for 50% of this month and it includes a subscription to Good Housekeeping!

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Boulder Organic Soup Review

Perfect for a quick meal, this Boulder Organic Soup Review focuses on two of their delicious flavors!Boulder Organic Soup ReviewProduct was received in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.

Boulder Organic Soup Review

Boulder Organic offers a gluten free, organic choice for busy families who want delicious soup in a hurry. Founded in Boulder Colorado, they offer 14 different varieties of soup, created with whole food ingredients. When I first looked at the ingredients I was shocked to recognize everything on the label. No preservatives, no words I couldn’t understand, just straight forward, organic ingredients, the kind I would use to make myself, only being able to buy it at the store was definitely much easier! Even though we live in South Florida, we also enjoy a nice bowl of soup, especially with a gluten free sandwich- soup and sandwiches has always been a favorite of mine.

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