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amberleigh

Bread? Which Kind Is Tolerable?

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I don't have it in front of me to see the brand, but it was from a local grocery store and was white rice based. Yuck! Are there any decent breads out there? Or do you just use tortillas or rice cakes?


Amber

Mom of twin girls Perry & Ella (11.5.05) and Luca (5.2.07)

Diagnosed with Celiac Disease 7.16.07

Gluten-free 7.17.07

Perry & Ella tested negative (blood test) 8/2007

Luca tested negative (blood test) 7/2009

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Food for Life, Brown Rice bread is pretty good. and Kinnikinnick has some good breads. I love their Cheese Tapioca Rice Bread. Also, I've heard Chebe is very good.

FYI - most gluten-free bread tastes best toasted.


Karen

gluten-free since March 05

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Pamela's Wheat Free tasted great and didn't have to be heated to taste good. It didn't have to be refrigerated to stay good either. It sat on our counter for 3 days and tasted almost as good on day 3 as it did on day 1. It's the first bread I've seen my hubby (the non-Celiac) keep think of ways to eat it.

GFP Favorite Sandwich Bread does need to be heated but it's the closest to plain old white bread. But it also goes stale quickly - pop it in the fridge ASAP.

Bob's Red Mill Hearty While Grain is the closest to a dark brown bread.

Chebe is great for making Schlotsky's deli roll type mini-buns (and many other things) but it's not a "slice it" type of bread.

Are you looking for something in particular? A particular type of bread?


Karen B.

diagnosed with Celiac Nov. 2003

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