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Kibbie

Another Bread Question

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My grandpa was just diagnosed with Celiac (a few months ago) I have been able to help him on a lot of stuff but bread is what is kiling him.

Unlike the rest of us we doesnt care what his bread tastes like (because he's old and his taster doesnt work so well... his words not mine) anyhow he is looking for a bread that has the same texture as before.

Anyone come across something that would work... even if the taste is off??

Thanks!

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Okay, I think I answered this on another post.

I use Kinnikinnick products, they are excellent and usually easy to find.

But the biggest thing to remember about gluten free baking, especially breads, buns etc. You have to heat it to get good texture. Either heat it in a micro, or the best way is to toast it in a clean, gluten free toaster.

So, basically, it's really not so much about the brand, we all seem to have our favourites. It's about heating it before you eat it :P

Hope this helps!


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Hi! I like the Ener-G Light Tapioca loaf. But you have to get the light. I found it in Nob Hill Foods & Raleys might also have it. But just microwave it for about 20 secs. & it feels & tastes, like regular bread! I was amazed. :D

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Guest cassidy

I only tried a couple of breads because I didn't like any of the ones that I tired until I found Whole Foods Breads. The texture is great, pretty much like real bread. I am much more of a texture person as well and this one really works for me. Their banana bread is just like the real thing also.

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Manna from Anna bread mix fan here. It makes the best textured bread I've found yet!

www.mannafromanna.com


luvs2eat

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