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I would consider this to be one of the biggest drags about being Celiac - bread.  I am trying to find a gluten-free bread for my son that does not need to be toasted that he can eat his peanut butter and jelly on at school that tastes most like gluten bread.  I myself have tried so many and have just given up and eat salads - but for my son that is not an option.  So I keep searching... Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Costco has a brand that my son loves! I'm not sure the name, but you could inquire when there. I also like the Udi's (not to be confused with Rudi's). I try not to eat too much because even gluten free breads have a lot of added sugar is seems. I don't think the Costco one does.

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Costco has a brand that my son loves! I'm not sure the name, but you could inquire when there. I also like the Udi's (not to be confused with Rudi's). I try not to eat too much because even gluten free breads have a lot of added sugar is seems. I don't think the Costco one does.

Thank you so much.  Is it the Energi bread?  If so would you know if it is the brown rice or tapioca type? I also look in my Costco but can't find it.  Is it in the cold case?  Sorry for so many questions. Thanks for your help!

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Good  Bye  gluten  has  a decent  bread, Schar, new  grains,  are  a few  names  that  has  decent  breads...  if  not  you  can always  make your  own....Udi's,  Rudi's  ,  Canyon Bakehouse  a few  more  names....

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Thank you so much.  Is it the Energi bread?  If so would you know if it is the brown rice or tapioca type? I also look in my Costco but can't find it.  Is it in the cold case?  Sorry for so many questions. Thanks for your help!

I like Udi's bread for sandwiches. I take PB&J almost everyday for lunch untoasted. It holds together and has a texture like white bread. They also make a multigrain variety and individual pizzas that are not too bad (In case they have 'pizza day' at at school).

About the Ener-g bread. It may have changed over the years but when I was first diagnosed it was the only bread we could find.  It did have to be toasted or zapped to hold together at all. My poor DD got it in her school lunches straight out of the package and didn't let me know for the longest time that it crumbled with the first bite. Some folks do like though so it might be worth your families trying. 

You would find Ener-g on a shelf and Schars is also shelf stable. Udi's would be in the freezer section of your store along with Grainless Baker. GB makes a nice French bread. I like it with pasta or just a big hunk of a nice cheese. 

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I just made a post about this, but in case you don't see it, go to Aldi!  They just started selling fresh gluten free bread that is just amazing. No toasting, doesn't fall apart, dare I say a gluten-eater wouldn't know the difference?  I actually find it much better than the average grocery store sandwich bread.  I tried the whole grain but they also have a plain white. 

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