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Gluten-Free Focaccia by GlutenOut


Gluten-free Focaccia by GlutenOut is ready to enjoy!

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! 

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Donna
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25 Oct 2010 4:56:59 PM PST
As usual this is always very interesting to read and to find new products on the market that help celiac persons to enjoy a tasty meal.
Love it.
Thank You Donna

 
Fernando A. Garza
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26 Oct 2010 9:46:58 AM PST
Article was very informative.




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