I have a question, or three, rather:
Most of my family's grocery shopping is at the big-name grocery stores,
like Wal-Mart and Food Lion. I know of one small health food store open
limited hours that I assume sells many of the harder-to-find vegetarian
items talked about here. Some on this list do eat fish and I'm going to
ask how to find sushi, like raw tuna, salmon, etc. Can I just buy regular
fish meat and eat it raw? (Sorry if this offends the non-fish eaters on
this list; if it does please let me know and i won't ask any more fish
questions.) Where can I find cucumber rolls (rolled up in white rice with
a skin wrap)?
Also, away from the fish: where can I buy guacamole, the green Mexican dip?
I'd think its a common item I could find, but I can't seem to. Is it fat
And thirdly, I love the seasonings from the Oodles of Noodles packs: the
mushroom, oriental, chicken, etc. But there is a lot of fat in the
noodles, I don't buy them. I would like to know what to buy to make my own
similar seasoning, for other uses, like on vegetables, etc. Any advice?
Thanks a bunch to whomever responds! I greatly appreciate any suggestions.
Peace to all,