Advantages tastes almost like wheat, convenient, tight packaging, ships anywhere, fairly priced, low salt
Disadvantages powdery, crumbles in your mouth, crumbles in your backpack easier that the wheat ones!
Being gluten intolerant is very tough for me, especially now that I am studying abroad in a foreign country (such as China). Talk about impossible. So, let's say I go to class in the morning and have managed to scrape up a meal. Most of the time it's rice, nuts or banana chips (fried in coconut oil). Yeah. TOTALLY not mum's home cooking, but I'm loving the experience nonetheless. Shanghai is wonderfully lively. By noon I'm starving normally. Now, I can't just walk into the school cafeteria, because each time I say "row bao tzu," to the lady at there, she has no idea what I'm saying and stares ...