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I am gluten-free and adding a kamado to my cooking tools has been great. I have a gasser that has sat unused since we go the kamado and it has been used every month since we have owned it.

 

I have made delicious burgers, spatchcocked chickens, several pork roasts, pork butt, turkey breast, smoked chicken and pork sausages but not Persian foods. I have made bacon from fresh side, pastrami from packaged corned beef (too salty, need to re-do) and canadian bacon (a new favorite).

 

I was introduced to Persian food as being naturally gluten-free and I want to learn more about this.  Does anyone here have any experiences with Persian, Iranian or any other culture where wheat is not the dominant feature in food? 

 

 

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