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We generally say to give up bread for 6-12 months til you forget the old texture and flavor.
Some of the best suggested is Canyon House Bakehouse and Aginest the Grain. Most breads are best toasted.

I myself could not handle carbs so I went with Julian Bakery then later started making my own keto and paleo based breads. Honestly my paleo bread is a super rich flavorful and dense bread that is best eaten with tomato soup or have garlic butter spread on it...fails for sandwich. My Keto bread bases work much butter as a traditional version I have found but the cost makes me keep them as a treat.

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Ennis is right.  DO NOT consume gluten-free bread until you “forget” what real bread tastes like.  In the meantime, crackers are good, using corn tortillas to make tacos, or wrapping sandwiches or burgers with lettuce are good options while your memory of bread fades.  

Bake a few cupcakes or cookies.  Those Krusteaz packaged cake mixes are pretty darn good and can be found at Walmart.  Remember, not plain vanilla.  gluten-free flours need to be masked with spices or chocolate, in my opinion.  I freeze cupcakes and cookies to insure that when we go to a party, we can have goodies too!  

Think “outside the box” and you will not feel deprived.  😊

P.S.  when I made egg, tuna or chicken salad, I serve with crackers (like a dip) or on a bed of salad greens. 

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1 hour ago, cyclinglady said:

Ennis is right.  DO NOT consume gluten-free bread until you “forget” what real bread tastes like.  In the meantime, crackers are good, using corn tortillas to make tacos, or wrapping sandwiches or burgers with lettuce are good options while your memory of bread fades.  

Bake a few cupcakes or cookies.  Those Krusteaz packaged cake mixes are pretty darn good and can be found at Walmart.  Remember, not plain vanilla.  gluten-free flours need to be masked with spices or chocolate, in my opinion.  I freeze cupcakes and cookies to insure that when we go to a party, we can have goodies too!  

Think “outside the box” and you will not feel deprived.  😊

P.S.  when I made egg, tuna or chicken salad, I serve with crackers (like a dip) or on a bed of salad greens. 

many thanks, have had crumpets in the place of bread for my beans on toast, not too bad. great ideas

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2 hours ago, gluten-free Myth Buster said:

Promise gluten free bread is amazing. No need to have a “wait period” before consuming it. Some of the breads are really tasty that are out there. Stop making people think that they can’t find good gluten free products.

I think it is a matter of opinion.  I spent years baking even my own hamburger buns (wheat flour).  There are many commercially baked gluten free breads, but they are not the exactly the same as wheat/rye bread.  Good, if you consume gluten.  Extremely good if you have been gluten-free for a few months or years.  

I do purchase Canyon Bakehouse products and many other gluten-free products (like those Krusteaz mixes).  Twenty years ago, there were few choices.  I hope the gluten-free diet trend continues to grow and more products come to market.  

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