As I've said in several of my other reviews, I have developed some food intolerances (which I pray are temporary), and can't say how much I appreciate people who have helped me deal with them. Naranja Dulce is a very small sandwich, juice, and salad shop in El Centro. I was really hungry for a sandwich, which I'd not been able to satisfy in my current wheat-free status. At a friend's suggestion, I took in my own gluten-free bread, which I had purchased at Xiguela (a natural food store in town) and asked if they could make me a sandwich using it. Fortunately, the owner, who speaks very good English was in at the time and was only too happy to do this for me. She insisted on charging me less, since I provided my own bread. I got a chicken sandwich with lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado for about $1 American. It was delicious. On another occasion I bought a take-out salad. It had all the usual ingredients, plus chicken and dressing, for 40 pesos--about $2 American. Again, delicious.
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