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Is so yummy!!

I found a loaf at a local grocery store and I couldn't wait to get home and try it.

I hovered over my once forgotten toaster and inhaled the smell of yummy bread,, that I knew I could eat!

Delicious!

I just had to share my experience....

I'm going to go toast some more now....

(I had the white italian.)

YUM!

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Welcome to the joys of Kinnikinnick :D They also have yummy donuts and English muffins. Not to mention lots of cake and cookie mixes, also pancake mix :P Enjoy!

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I'm hoping this doesn't put a damper on your day. Was your toaster ever used for wheat bread? If so, it is NOT safe to use for your gluten free stuff anymore unless you're using toaster bags and even then there's a risk of CC.

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Yes,, it was used all the time when I use to toast wheat and other breads... Also, my husband uses it.

I think I might go out and buy myself a new toaster. Just for me to use. Hopefully I wont' get "glutened" today. So far so good!

I better go out today and buy my toaster,,, I want my toast tomorrow!!!

It's such a wonderful discovery for me. I feel that things will be better from now on. I really do.

I'll have to try those english muffins,, I miss them!

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where do you buy them? Are they frozen or in a mix that you have to make? I haven't found any fresh bread that is gluten-free, just the frozen stuff that is so old the ice crystals are covering all of it!

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where do you buy them? Are they frozen or in a mix that you have to make? I haven't found any fresh bread that is gluten-free, just the frozen stuff that is so old the ice crystals are covering all of it!

The dry mix is great and quick. I make muffins and buns quickly with it. It also makes great loaves. I AM IN LOVE WITH THE STUFF!!

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If you get a Whole Foods near you anytime, try their sandwich bread, it is even better than the Kinnikkinikk....I wonder how many different spellings there are out there for that???----anyway, I buy it when I can't get the Whole Foods stuff but it isn't as good. I remember when I first found kin------, I had been eating something that I had from the health food store which was pretty bad. Then there is that horrible Energy Bread----something akin to saw dust. We are coming up in the world, anyway, aren't we? Barbara

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