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Tips for gluten-free travel in Spain

July 13, 2010

The culinary dictionary I bought was this one from Amazon.

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  4. Traditional paella is NOT thickened with wheat flour. It is made with a sofrito base that is made from grated onion and tomatoes. The stock is usually a fish stock, made from boiling fish remnants. The rice thickens the broth naturally because of all the starch it contains. I suggest not eating at a restaurant that has a poster board outside with photos of paella next to photos of pizza. These are generally horrible restaurants anyway.



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