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lonewolf

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Okay, so my real problem is that I'm bored today. (I'm not sure how that can happen - I have 4 kids and I don't usually have time to even think of being bored.) Anyway, I was eating a piece of toasted brown rice bread (from Trader Joe's) and I realized that I actually liked it. I vividly remember the first time I ate it thinking it was absolutely gross, but buying it occasionally for things like stuffing and making croutons. I ate two pieces of it this afternoon. (Anyone on the weight loss thread reading this has caught me :o .)

I guess after almost 11 years without a piece of real bread my taste buds have gone crazy.


Liz

Started Specific Carbohydrate Diet on 8-16-09 because son was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and want to give him moral support.

Diagnosed with Minimal Change Nephrotic Syndrome in 2003. Discovered that going completely gluten-free put me in remission.

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Okay, so my real problem is that I'm bored today. (I'm not sure how that can happen - I have 4 kids and I don't usually have time to even think of being bored.) Anyway, I was eating a piece of toasted brown rice bread (from Trader Joe's) and I realized that I actually liked it. I vividly remember the first time I ate it thinking it was absolutely gross, but buying it occasionally for things like stuffing and making croutons. I ate two pieces of it this afternoon. (Anyone on the weight loss thread reading this has caught me :o .)

I guess after almost 11 years without a piece of real bread my taste buds have gone crazy.

:lol: Busted Liz :lol: That's too funny. I've never been able to aquire a taste for the brown rice bread :lol: But it's good you have ... I'm told it's healthier.


Shirley

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It's about learning to dance in the rain.

Gluten free since 1989

West Kootenay.... British Columbia

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Good ... from reading all the posts on the board I was beginning to think that I was quite strange, being the only one who actually liked (brown) rice bread!!! :lol: It was the first one I tried after going gluten-free, and I always kept coming back to it even after trying others. I no longer eat bread, but I have fond memories... :P


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Liz, blame it on being gluten-free for so long! My usual answer to whether a gluten-free product is good is "Depends on how long it's been since you've had the real thing!"

Things like brownies, though, are actually better gluten-free! They're fudgier.


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diagnosed with Lyme Disease 12/06

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LOL, if you live anywhere near me you can have the 5 loaves sitting in my pantry! I don't eat bread and my son absolutely refuses to eat any of the commercial gluten-free breads that I've optimistically bought. B)


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Hey, if you like something that your actually allowed to eat thats great!

I tired some brown rice bread a few months ago and found it to be one of the better gluten-free breads, however I have found these nice wraps so have them instead of bread, I do however sometimes get this nice fruit bread.

I have catergories of gluten-free food.

1. That's so disgusting I'd rather starve

2. Its ediable but I'd eat the real thing if I could

3. Considering it gluten-free - this tastes great and I could easlily it even if I didn't have to

4. This tastes exactely like the real thing, this one is a rare find.

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Everything my daughter hated at first now loves that is gluten-free!!! I have been milk free for a year now because I am nursing and you just "forget" what something tastes like. I think the longer you are gluten-free you will find more things you like!!!

Angie Parde

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I know my taste buds have adapted to gluten free food. After nearly 29 years I am not even sure my taste buds would recognize any gluten baked goods .


Phyllis

Gluten Free - 30 years

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