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betsyboo01

Please Recommend "gluten Free Bread"?

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Maybe someone has mentioned this before, but I bought some English muffins from a company called "By George" and they are delicious. They are not like a regular English muffin-more like a biscuit, and they are really thick. They come frozen, so I wrap them in a paper towel, nuke them in the microwave for about a minute, then slice in half, kind of squish them flatter (they are thick for the toaster) and wow are they great for a sandwich and I have not had a problem with any reactions to these. They are gluten-free, dairy free, soy free, corn free. The only problem is that they are expensive here (5.69 for 5) , but they are great for me on weekends when we have friends over and I can have a burger on a "bun" with everyone else without having to bake myself anything. I even had one thawed, untoasted, crumbled with sugar, strawberries and almond milk for a "strawberry shortcake". Not too bad!

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