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Any Gluten free bread that is super safe?

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Hi!  I fall into the category of super sensitive celiacs.  Most of the time, I follow the Fasano gluten elimination diet and I do just fine on that diet.  Occasionally, I have to travel and it would be very helpful to have a sandwich bread that I can purchase and eat without having a reaction.  So far, I have reacted to Udi's and Schar.  I'm wondering if anyone on the forum who is super sensitive has had any success with any variety of gluten free sandwich bread?  Thanks!

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You might try Franz gluten free bread.  They use a dedicated gluten free facility - at least in Oregon.  Their Oregon facility also produces Canyon Bakehouse gluten free bread - at least they did as of a couple of years ago when I last communicated with them.  I don't know about their facilities at other locations.

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I react to certified gluten free breads, but it is NOT a gluten issue.  I react to Xanthan Gum.  I do just fine making my own baked goods from scratch subbing out the Xanthan Gum for guar gum.  My gluten-free hubby does well on commercially gluten-free baked goods.  It is just a food intolerance issue in my case.  

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Thank you Cyclinglady.  I don't  have other sensitivities as I am fine using the gums, eggs, and other ingredients in my own cooking.  I am just supersensitive to very low levels of gluten.  Sometimes inulin causes some issues, but they are very distinct from a gluten reaction.  I have not tried Canyon Bakehouse, though, so will see how it works, thanks KEMB.

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