Extremely detailed Bahasa Malaysia gluten free card, written by a celiac.
This card went through two sets of translations for accuracy, both by native speakers with celiac disease familiarity.
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✔ A basic explanation of the disease and what to avoid;
✔ Local ingredients to be wary of;
✔ Cross-contamination concerns, and requirements for uncontaminated oil so you don't get accidentally glutened!
✔ A list of what can be used to substitute and cook with in Malaysia so you can eat safely while you travel.
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English translation of your card:
I have celiac disease. I cannot eat gluten, which is found in wheat, bread, barley, rye, as well as soy sauce. It’s also found in seasonings like Knorr bouillon cubes, oyster sauce, Maggi, and hoisin sauce.
I will become very ill if I eat food containing those ingredients. This disease also affects me if food is fried in the same oil used to fry these ingredients. If cooking with a pan that was used to make something with soy sauce or flour, I will need it to be cleaned before cooking my meal or else I will be sick.
I cannot eat any wheat or egg noodles, or any dish with soy sauce, hoisin sauce, oyster sauce, Maggi, Knorr bouillon seasoning, wheat flour, bread crumbs, or barley. Can you please help me choose something that does not contain these ingredients?
I can eat rice, sticky rice, fermented rice, rice noodle and rice flour, tapioca or mung bean noodles, corn and corn flour, lentils and gram flour, cassava, potatoes, meat, chicken, vegetables, coconut, fresh fruit, nuts, cheese, eggs, or fish – as long as they are not cooked with the ingredients in the first paragraph. I can eat dishes like fried rice or curries as long as there is no soy sauce or Maggi added.
Thank you for your help. I am sorry for any inconvenience, but I must be very careful when I eat.
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