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    Scott Adams
    Purity Gluten-Free Bread is an amazing product for many reasons.  First off it is cultured for 8 hours (you can notice a slight sourdough flavor), so it is easier to digest, and, according to the Julian Bakery “you get more energy out of it than it takes to digest it.” Second, gluten-free Purity Bread has only 2 net carbs, 7 grams of protein, and 8 grams of fiber per slice, and I doubt that there are other gluten-free breads that can make this claim.  Third, Purity Bread has zero refined ingredients and is excellent for those with diabetes, celiac disease, candida overgrowth, and hypoglycemia—so it really is in a class of its own.
    On top of all this the bread tastes fantastic!
    Find out more at: julianbakery.com/bread-product/purity-bread/.
    Get $3 off with coupon: 1559
     
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    Dyani Barber
    I recently received a sample of Heinz BiAglut PastaMia Gluten-free Fusilli and I was curious as to how this Italian gluten-free pasta would compare to others that I have tried. I cooked them exactly as instructed on the bag and they came out beautifully.  The gluten free noodles held their shape and had a nice, firm "al dente" texture. 
    The taste reminds me of the pasta I grew up with prior to being gluten free, and it would be a great canvas for any sauce.  Heinz BiAglut's gluten-free pasta is going to be my family's new staple.
    Buy Heinz BiAglut online.
     
     

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    Dyani Barber
    Focaccia is a flat baked Italian bread that most of us on a gluten-free diet would never get the opportunity to enjoy...until now! 
    I recently came across a gluten-free focaccia bread by GlutenOut that is made in Italy--and their products can be shipped frozen right to your door.  I was pleasantly surprised with how well my order was packed, but honestly I did not have high expectations due to my past experience with gluten-free bread. 
    I put the gluten-free focaccia in the oven for about 7 minutes and at first glance I was very impressed with the presentation of the finished product.  I was trying to decide if I should slice the bread horizontally to make a pizza or perhaps to use it as a sandwich bread, but as soon as I tasted it there was no turning back.  The GlutenOut Gluten-free Focaccia was crusty on the outside and light and airy on the inside.  My daughters were quick to join me as we enjoyed the focaccia with a very simple olive oil and balsamic dip, and it disappeared way too quickly! 
    I am looking forward to my next order and can't wait to explore all of GlutenOut's culinary possibilities!
    Visit their site for more info: www.byebyegluti.com.
     
     

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    Dyani Barber
    I had a gluten-free bread that "worked", until I recently tried the gluten-free certified Rudi's Multigrain Bread. I'm always a bit of a skeptic when trying new gluten-free products especially gluten-free bread! However, I couldn't ignore the buzz about Rudi's gluten-free bread and I am so glad that I had the opportunity to give it a try. I took out a slice of their Multigrain Bread to try and was pleasantly surprised. Rudi's bread was literally like a slice of heaven. Their Multigrain Bread had such an amazing taste and texture, even though I'm usually not a fan of mulitgrain breads. However, I still had to put it to the ultimate test and make a deli-style sandwich with all the fixings. I have yet to find a gluten-free bread that doesn't fall apart after the first bite when I add moist items like pickles, tomatoes and avocado. I was so happy when the sandwich actually held together after each bite...down to the very last! Needless to say I've been getting my fill of gluten-free sandwiches lately, and felt it was important to share my excitement with everyone.
    Visit their Web site for more info: http://www.rudisbakery.com
     
     
     

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