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I am so sick of the breads I have eaten that I am was wondering if anyone might have a suggestion for new. I have tried brown rice bread and white rice bread from (can't remember the name) purple bag and trader joes carries it. I have tried entera (sp?) brown rice bread. Also, I have tried the white sandwich bread from Kinnikanick (sp?) I love plain white sandwich bread and I am trying to find something close. Everytime I try something I like it at first and then the more I eat it the more it makes me gag. Yucky!~!! I am open to rolls too. Something to eat with lunch meat for lunch. Also, who makes a good pizza. Lately I have found that I really like glutano with cookies, pretzels etc. Is there bread good?

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After trying several OTC breads and several from scratch recipes, Manna from Anna bread mix is my fav. I make it once a week or so. I also make it sometimes in English muffin rounds for rolls.

Check her out at mannafromanna.com

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I have to second the suggestion to try breads from Anna. They are the only bread I have tried that is chewy and soft like gluten bread. The bread does not crumble so you can slice very thin.

I really love the Kinicink (sp?) pizza crusts. They come in a pack of four and our great for individual pizzas. My whole family likes them (I am the only one with celiac disease).

Hez

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If you get a bread machine, which I think is worth it, the potato bread is the BEST! It comes out fluffier than rice, at least I think so. I would say homemade potato bread is the closest thing to real bread. My step-Mom made it the other day and EVERYONE was eating it, a lot of it, and not everyone is gluten intolerant!

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If you get a bread machine, which I think is worth it, the potato bread is the BEST! It comes out fluffier than rice, at least I think so. I would say homemade potato bread is the closest thing to real bread. My step-Mom made it the other day and EVERYONE was eating it, a lot of it, and not everyone is gluten intolerant!

Dani,

can you please write the reciepe?

thanks

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If you've gotten to this point, its time to buy one of those Cuisinart bread machines (with gluten free settings) and make your own (I am at the same point - haha)

You said cuisinart with gluten free settings. What did you mean by this? Can you tell me what model?

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