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I've tried two different Gluten Free Pantry bread mixes in my bread machine. First was the French bread one.....not bad, but not exciting either. It was best when still warm, was ok as toast the next day, and pretty dried out by the 2nd day.

Yesterday I tried the gluten-free Pantry sandwich bread one...I did NOT like the flavor at all. The ingredients didn't show any bean flours, but it sure tasted like it anyway. There was a definite underflavor that was kind of icky. I won't buy this one again.

I've also tried the Bob's Red Mill one (very beany flavor, OK I guess, but not the greatest), and Pamela's....Pamela's wins hands down.

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DOES PAMELAS HAVE TAPACIO AND SOURGUM FLOUR?

THANKS

jUDY

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the gluten-free pantry sandwich bread is my favorite! I'm suprised you didn't like it. But I don't have a bread machine, so I do all of my gluten-free baking in the regular old oven...I've heard this works best for gluten-free stuff. Try that maybe? But I didn't get any beany flavor from the bread at all- I thought it tasted great, and the texture was the closest to regular bread I've seen. It worked great for sandwiches too! Plus it looks like normal bread, so I didn't look like THAT much of a freak with my PB&J this weekend at a choir festival while everyone else ate pizza!

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Have tried several gluten free breads and so far gluten free pantry seem to be the best. In testure and taste and actually looking like regular bread. I was not much of a bread eater before, and not I still don't eat that much, I have made the bread in a machine and when it is cooled I slice it then place in freezer bags. I leave out a few slices. Yes, toast seems to be the best and I also liked it made as french toast, as a sandwhich it did seem to crumble a bit, but I have not found another that tasted better. The french bread one I did not like. Bob's red mill came out gooey even in the bread machine or oven, have tried both. There was another brand not sure the name but that tasted aweful as well. With the cost of the breads I am not going to try different kinds every day. When I bought these it was far and few between and tried again a couple weeks later. Good luck in finding a better bread and if you do, let us know.

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