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I have bought gluten-free from my local grocery store YUK!!!!!!!

I have attempted to make my own bread with the bread machine, it came out a little better, but still I would rather do without.

I would like to order from Kinnikinnick.com and would like to know from you that have bought from there:

Is rice bread or tapioca bread the best?

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I've bought from Kinnikinnick and I liked their tapioca bread!! Where I live(In Canada) I get this great bread called Glutino. It's the same size as real bread, i smells like real bread!! I love it!! I won't eat anything else. I've gone through my share of trying out breads and even trying them in a bread maker. I don't eat bread as much though.

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Hi Stacie, I try to make my own bread when I have time, but I also like kinniknnick too. My son eats and loves both the white sandwich bread and the tapioca bread. There is a white Italian bread they sell that isn't too bad, I uses it for garlic toast when I make pasta.

Both the white sandwich and the tapioca bread hold up ok when toasted for sandwiches. I prefer to eat them warm right out of the toaster, but my son will eat them no matter if they are warm or cold.

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Glutino! JSBaby has it right. Glutino bread is great. I just tried their flax seed bread. It's delicious. It has the consistency of non-gluten-free bread and doesn't crumble. Even if i didn't need gluten-free food I'd like to eat it!

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soul04

Have you tried their Corn Bread? It's so good.

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I wish I could get the bread making down pat and I wouldn't worry about buying it in the stores. My bread turned out ok but my daugher still would not eat it :(

I could really do without bread but it would be nice to have a grilled cheese every now and then and some bread with spagetti would be GREAT!

I make my own corn bread and it's wonderful but just doesn't fill the void of "bread" (if that makes any sense) :)

I went ahead and ordered the white sandwich bread, according to the pic it looked the best to me :D I also ordered some donuts and bagels YUMMMMM!!!! I can't wait to get them. I will let you know how they taste!

Thanks for your opinions!

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soul04

Have you tried their Corn Bread? It's so good.

No, not yet. I'm not sure Whole Foods in the Boston area carries it, but I'll look into it. I love cornbread. Ever try cornbread stuffing?

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soul04,

No I haven't. Is it any good?!?

:lol:

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