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    Three Bakers - 4 Steps to Making the BEST Gluten Free Sandwich

      The basis for any sandwich is a roll or slices of bread. You can't get started without this ingredient, but even if you can't eat gluten, there are some absolute best gluten free sandwich breads  that you can still enjoy.


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    Celiac.com 08/23/2019 - Three Bakers' 4 steps to making the best gluten-free sandwich:

    1. Choose the Best Gluten Free Bread

    The basis for any sandwich is a roll or slices of bread. You can't get started without this ingredient, but even if you can't eat gluten, there are some absolute best gluten-free sandwich breads  that you can still enjoy. Usually made with rice or potato flour, you may need to experiment a bit to find a gluten-free bread you like. Some come frozen while some are fresh. Some have a better texture for a sandwich if you toast it (ours is great toasted or not), no matter your preferred tastes, there is certain to be a loaf of bread you'll enjoy.

    2. Layer in the Meat

    Luckily, most high-quality lunch meats are already gluten-free. Not all ingredients are created equal, though, so be sure to check ingredient lists before purchasing or ask your deli clerk if there are completely gluten-free options available before slicing. Also, keep in mind, if you are having meat sliced for you, ask about cross contamination. 

    3. Load Up on the Vegetables

    Lettuce, tomato, sprouts and other veggies are naturally gluten-free so feel free to load on the veggies. Your gluten-free sandwich will taste even better with a thick layer of fresh ingredients, not to mention these extra ingredients are super healthy.

    4. Be Careful with Condiments

    Some people like their sandwiches dry but others prefer mayo, dressing, etc. A lot of condiments have added flour or gluten so if you are particularly sensitive to gluten, make sure to check labels. There are plenty of gluten-free options available, you just have to make sure you check first.

    The good news is that thanks to some great gluten-free brands, you can still enjoy a sandwich as your lunch or a snack. Gluten-free bread is now more widely available than ever before. You'll soon be enjoyable gluten free sandwich bread not only for sandwiches but as part of your breakfast, dinner, and snack, too!


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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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