Gluten free gnocchi challenge
WE ARE BACK with Yuki!
Can a Japanese make homemade gnocchi, but without gluten? And, can an Italian from Abruzzo, enjoy eating them?
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED: Yukiko tries to craft special homemade gnocchi and adds The Gluten-Freelancer tomato sauce made in Abruzzo, Italy.
You can find it here, with other products from my amazing region:
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This video aims to encourage everyone on a Gluten Free diet to try and make fresh gluten free pasta at home. The beauty is not in the shape or in the size of the final product; but in the courage to challenge yourself and have fun, always.
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The aim is to gather more stories like hers and create a fantastic gluten free journey.
We are always happy to listen to new stories. Help us expanding our gluten free network!