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I am so excited! I won this basket of gluten-free goodies at a celiac disease fundraiser last April and in it was a bread mix called Manna from Anna --I didn't try it for the longest time (because I usually don't like bean flours -which it uses, and also because it contains dairy-which I don't want in my breads due to our kosher kitchen) Anyway, when I finally did try it...it was outstanding...by far the best gluten-free bread I've ever tasted...it was like the soft wheat breads you get at a nice restaurant in the bread basket. I was thrilled, but also sad..knowing that I wouldn't bother to order any more due the dairy status.

Well, two weeks ago I logged on to their website thinking I'd beg them to develop a dairy free bread mix (not expecting a reply, actaully) But..guess what? they already had developed it and it was just starting to ship! I just made my first dairy-free loaf tonight, and its fabulous!!! Yeah!!!Now I can stop trying and trying to develop my own bread recipe...and I can use this for hamburger buns (I can't wait to try that)

Anyway, I have no financial interest in this company, but can say that I got prompt replies by email from Anna (the owner) and I am totally thrilled with not only the service but the bread. If you want, check the site www.glutenevolution.com

Sara

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Sara, I agree. Her bread is great! Kim.

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I tried her bread this week. It is fantastic. I may buy a whole case. I am also trying to get my special store to order it too.

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