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What's The Best gluten-free Bread?

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We used Pamela's Amazing Wheat Free Bread Mix or Whole Foods Favorite Sandwich Bread (already baked & frozen). I love them both! I just made pizza with the pamela's mix last night and even DH loved it (he doesn't eat gluten-free and usually isn't fond of the pizza/bread I make gluten-free).

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How do you make pizza crust with the Pamela's mix?

There is a recipe on the side of the package of the Amazing Wheat Free Bread Mix. It was AMAZING! I just used the mix, 1/2 cup of oil, 1 1/2 cup of warm water, the yeast packet and some italian seasoning.

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Kinnickinnick gets my vote for ready made. The Italian is even eatable with just butter. For mixes IMHO nothing beats 'Gluten Free Pantrys' Italian bread mix. It makes a great pizza dough. When I make pizza I use about 1/4 cup less of water and often will chill it really well before spreading for ease of spreading. Even nonGF folks scarf it down.

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For ready made, I like Whole Foods Sandwich Bread. I make mine at home with Bob's Red Mill Bread Mix. I do not have a bread machine, I use my Kitchen Aid and it works fine. The loaf that the package makes is so large, that I put it in four small ones and it lasts a prett long time.

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I used to love Kinnicks, and a recipe my mom got years ago that she has always used(Dad is Celiac)

Until I found a great local bakery. Its in Denver, CO, but you can order online too. They ship frozen, gets kind of spendy. But its really worth trying a loaf. I've found some loaves are not as good as others. Not generally in taste, but some seem much heavier. Some are great though, I usually get to buy them fresh though. But, then I always freeze them anyways...

Check out

http://www.debysglutenfree.com/

They also have tons of other thinks, rolls, buns, chicken nuggets/tenders. Packaged meals. If you live around Colorado, they are also open as a cafe. Sit right down and eat a meal.

Note, that there is nothing that goes into the kitchen that is not gluten-free. The owner is Celiac.

...wow! I just looked at the site. Sounds like they have opened a few new places. 2 others in Colorado, and one in Wyoming. Good grief... one is just a few miles from my place.

umm... I gotta go.

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