I have some advice. Any gluten-free replacement product you buy, make sure you keep the receipt and only buy one at a time, because some of it is outrageously awful. Most of us think the Ener-g rice and tapioca breads are only good for building material. Ok, they make a decent turkey stuffing, but that's it. You definitely can't eat it straight. So, never trust that anything gluten-free you buy will be good and go stocking up, always try one first.
I don't stock up on products unless I've bought them before and are actually edible. I agree that the Ener-g tapioca break is pretty gross. I only bought it once because I was out of bread and it was on sale. I only ate it because it seemed like a waste to throw away an entire loaf of bread. I've only been able to find one brand of bread that you can actually eat straight, but it's from a local company. This company has a gluten-free raisin bread and it is pretty good.