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I really really like the Glutino brand sandwhich bread. Not sure its specific name, but it comes in a yellow bag. I like that better than 'real' sandwhich bread anyway. It needs to be toasted or something first, in my opinion. But I could eat five of those toasted with just canola oil and garlic salt or something and be good.

There is this other baguette out there that I like too, but I don't know the brand at the moment. I will have to check.

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By far my favorite recipes: (I do NOT use the suggested flours-except the flax-I use the flour blend I have at home-flour mix only, no salt, xanthan gum or baking powder/soda)

Regular "wheat" bread

http://www.recipezaar.com/Gluten-Free-Flax-Bread-190906

AMAZING olive and rosemary bread

http://www.recipezaar.com/Gluten-Free-Kala...ry-Bread-217977

Rachelle, that olive rosemary bread looks amazing--but my kids hate olives. Do you think it would still hold together well if I left out the olives?

I wonder if the higher amount of oil (5 tablespoons!) plus the high-fat content of the garfava flour is what makes it so moist?

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I really really like the Glutino brand sandwhich bread. Not sure its specific name, but it comes in a yellow bag. I like that better than 'real' sandwhich bread anyway. It needs to be toasted or something first, in my opinion. But I could eat five of those toasted with just canola oil and garlic salt or something and be good.

There is this other baguette out there that I like too, but I don't know the brand at the moment. I will have to check.

Aura, you might be thinking about the Glutino Harvest Corn bread? It's in a yellow bag and reminds me of white bread. I prefer the Glutino flax and fiber breads myself. Got more chew to them. They have them in my local Whole Foods in the freezer. If you like bread with texture it's good stuff. It's a bigger loaf than the other breads I've tried also.

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Aura, you might be thinking about the Glutino Harvest Corn bread? It's in a yellow bag and reminds me of white bread. I prefer the Glutino flax and fiber breads myself. Got more chew to them. They have them in my local Whole Foods in the freezer. If you like bread with texture it's good stuff. It's a bigger loaf than the other breads I've tried also.

Yep, that's exactly it. The Harvest Corn bread. I actually just came from my kitchen, looked at it, and came on here to say what it was! Lol. I'm not sure if I've tried the flax and fiber breads. Maybe I'll have to give it a try. But I do really like the Harvest Corn Glutino bread. I toast and 'salt' it and, I don't know, it really hits the spot for me.

The other baguette I mentioned that I liked is Against the Grain brand. Whole baguettes.

Yey! I really do miss 'real' loaves of bread,like good french bread or some good sourdough bread. The gluten-free stuff just doesn't cut it. I am a 'bread' person. I used to just go to the bakery and get some bread for lunch. Little did I know my insides were crying, lol. But, oh well. I miss good bread. But that Glutino stuff and those baguettes have to suffice. I'm lucky in the sense that I was never much of a 'sweets' person. I could care less about danishes and whatnot, and don't miss other things like cake and cupcakes and cookies too much. But bread? Yeah, I miss it.

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My little boy was jus I at least have diagnosed with celiac disease Friday. Thank goodness I am now an "expert" at 4 months gluten-free :P He is a carboholic and loves his bread. So we headed to Whle Foods to shop for him. I don't eat processed foods (except for the occassional Udis!) so we really didn't have any kid food that is gluten-free.

We bought some 365 gluten-free sandwhich bread mix and baked the first loaf of bread I have ever made in my 43 years (love to cook, hate to bake). It was DELICIOUS! It was light and fluffy and really TALL!! Of course I grabbed another case of Udis :D He thinks gluten-free might not be so bad after all :rolleyes:

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By far my favorite recipes: (I do NOT use the suggested flours-except the flax-I use the flour blend I have at home-flour mix only, no salt, xanthan gum or baking powder/soda)

AMAZING olive and rosemary bread

http://www.recipezaar.com/Gluten-Free-Kala...ry-Bread-217977

I made this bread after Christmas, using everything they said except substituting quinoa for the amaranth flour, and it is amazing. I love it!! Thanks Rachel :wub:

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