I’m not on the gluten-free diet, but I love trying gluten-free recipes.
These rolls are made of oat flour.
I just ground my oats in my food processor.
It amazes me how delicious many gluten-free breads are, including this one.
I loved its rustic look, texture, taste, and everything!
I used date sugar, which resulted in the darker color.
It also added a depth in the flavor.
Gluten-free bread was unheard of when I was growing up.
Kids today are lucky.
I enjoyed these rolls for breakfast.
I had a chance to share these rolls with my mother-in-law, and she liked them too.
This is one of my favorite mugs, and Chicago is one of my favorite cities.
I hope to visit the city this summer.
I’m currently reading the book titled “Infinite”, written by Brian Freeman.
It’s set in Chicago.
I didn’t choose this book because of that (I didn’t know until I started reading), but it certainly makes me want to go back even more.
Dylan, the main character, goes to Bohemian National Cemetery.
He says this is where he goes when he needs to think.
I’ve never been there, so I’m putting it on my list so that I can go see the “The Pilgrim” sculpture he talks about.
And also, the Art Institute of Chicago to see Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks”, which Dylan and his grandfather go see every Thursday.
The oatmeal roll recipe is ↓ (Japanese)
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