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    4 Reasons to Love Three Bakers Gluten Free Breads

      Thankfully, gluten free no longer has to equal gross when it comes to bread.

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    Celiac.com 02/01/2019 - The words “gluten free” are not something most people want to hear about when it comes to bread. It generally doesn’t go hand-in-hand with the word “delicious.” However, with our propriety blend, Three Bakers’ has broken the boring gf bread mold. 

    1. Opens up your food options 
    Sure, when you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, lettuce wrapped sandwiches are good, but some days we just need a REAL sandwich. With bread! Choosing Three Bakers bread will help you enjoy your sandwich like the average foodie does.

    2. Is delicious 
    Gluten free bread typically has a bad reputation for being inedible. Not Three Bakers. Our customers write to us every day, thanking us for our “edible” gluten free breads. No gluten needed. 

    3. Will restore your sense of normalcy 
    Living a gluten free lifestyle can be hard. Whether you for health purposes or necessity, being able to eat a sandwich with friends and not feel out of place or that you aren’t able to enjoy the same tastes as they are is quite refreshing.

    4. Is a great filler 
    Previously, gluten avoiders had two options when it comes to foods like a sandwich: lettuce wraps or cardboard textured gluten free bread. Well, gluten free foodies can rejoice knowing that they won’t have to eat five or six lettuce wrapped sandwiches to get a nice, full feeling! Three Bakers breads allows you to get full while still enjoying the traditional taste of a sandwich.

    Thankfully, gluten free no longer has to equal gross when it comes to bread. Relish in your tasty sandwich, sense of normalcy, and healthy options by choosing a tasty, gluten free bread loaf the next time you head out to the grocery store. Choose Three Bakers.

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    I choose to buy the Three Bakers brand, which has a good taste (when it’s toasted; otherwise, meh...it’s ok). It holds together and you don’t get the “Taco Bell explosion” you get with some others. I like the taste and consistency of Canyon and Northern Bakehouse brands better, but they’re all (including Three Bakers) half the size of non-gluten-free breads at twice the price. NB makes an industrial loaf that’s hard to beat, but I can find it anywhere except at one restaurant. It’s full-size, tasty as non-gluten-free bread, and even holds together as an overloaded Reuben sandwich! Now that’s saying something. I just wish I could buy it myself that size. Can’t imagine what it’d cost, though.

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    7 hours ago, Guest Joel said:

    I choose to buy the Three Bakers brand, which has a good taste (when it’s toasted; otherwise, meh...it’s ok). It holds together and you don’t get the “Taco Bell explosion” you get with some others. I like the taste and consistency of Canyon and Northern Bakehouse brands better, but they’re all (including Three Bakers) half the size of non-gluten-free breads at twice the price. NB makes an industrial loaf that’s hard to beat, but I can find it anywhere except at one restaurant. It’s full-size, tasty as non-gluten-free bread, and even holds together as an overloaded Reuben sandwich! Now that’s saying something. I just wish I could buy it myself that size. Can’t imagine what it’d cost, though.

     

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