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My dog just ate a loaf of gluten free bread, fresh from the oven! Words cannot express the anger...I'm sure all of you know the time invested in this delicious treat, and the fact that the mix cost well over 5 dollars...hold me back, because I may just kill him. Boo-hoo.

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Oh no, you can't kill him now, he's worth at least 5 bucks. lol

Don't we just love our pets. At least when they aren't eating our baked goods.

Another thought, who left it when the dog could get it?

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:(

My dog has stolen a sandwich freshly made with miracle microwave bread -- I was mad enough to lose that sandwich -- you'd have to hold me back too if she ate a loaf of freshly made bread!

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Oh no, you can't kill him now, he's worth at least 5 bucks. lol

Don't we just love our pets. At least when they aren't eating our baked goods.

Another thought, who left it when the dog could get it?

I even put up a baby gate, bc I knew he'd be tempted while it cooled...argh. He knocked it over and escaped! I planned, but he outsmarted me :)

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I even put up a baby gate, bc I knew he'd be tempted while it cooled...argh. He knocked it over and escaped! I planned, but he outsmarted me :)

:lol::lol:

At least it was good enough to steal!!! . . . Some of my early attempts at bread even a dog wouldn't touch . . . :ph34r:

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My dog just ate a loaf of gluten free bread, fresh from the oven! Words cannot express the anger...I'm sure all of you know the time invested in this delicious treat, and the fact that the mix cost well over 5 dollars...hold me back, because I may just kill him. Boo-hoo.

The WHOLE thing? Wow...

Yeah it's not like having a human eat your bread...you can yell at them and make them feel bad...make them learn from their actions, lol...but darn those spontaneous animals! Doesn't make you feel better to yell at them either.

Sorry 'bout your bread...that sucks.

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I feel for ya. Dogs are sneaky. I made gluten-free zuchinni bread in September. One of my three dogs ate the bread and the plastic bag to hide the evidence. They probably all schemed together to snag it off of the counter top, and all giggled to each other when I blew my top!

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Oh no!!!! I would die....that just really, really stinks!

Last year, my sister (who comes about every 3-4 years from Aus.) came to visit. I made a loaf of bread, and some beef stew. I know she was just tired and probably not really hungry...but she threw the slices of bread away! I actually considered for a brief second, picking the slices out of the trash can. I'm sure I did that alot too in our pre-gluten free days, but that was the first time I realized how much I treasured my homemade bread, lol.

Ooooh...and one time, I went to a movie and left detailed instructions about the bread in the oven that needed to finish rising before baking. My husband never went into the kitchen, so the bread was rising for about 3 hours! I tried to bake it anyway, but it was like a rock. I was so upset with him...and he felt SO bad that I had to start over at midnight so the kids would have bread the next day!

I definitely understand the labor and love of gluten free bread! Hugs.

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Oh no!!!! I would die....that just really, really stinks!

Last year, my sister (who comes about every 3-4 years from Aus.) came to visit. I made a loaf of bread, and some beef stew. I know she was just tired and probably not really hungry...but she threw the slices of bread away! I actually considered for a brief second, picking the slices out of the trash can. I'm sure I did that alot too in our pre-gluten free days, but that was the first time I realized how much I treasured my homemade bread, lol.

Ooooh...and one time, I went to a movie and left detailed instructions about the bread in the oven that needed to finish rising before baking. My husband never went into the kitchen, so the bread was rising for about 3 hours! I tried to bake it anyway, but it was like a rock. I was so upset with him...and he felt SO bad that I had to start over at midnight so the kids would have bread the next day!

I definitely understand the labor and love of gluten free bread! Hugs.

Hahahaha...don't think I didn't consider for a moment making a BLT out of the nasty, slobbery, gnarled portion left on the floor!

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Hahahaha...don't think I didn't consider for a moment making a BLT out of the nasty, slobbery, gnarled portion left on the floor!

ROFL! I probably would have...stick it in the oven, dry it out a bit so it's not so soggy :lol:

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You need a gluten-free dog whisperer! ;) I can relate, my dog would grab anything off the counter, or anywhere within her reach, as soon as my back is turned... sneaky bugger!

Earlier this week I caught him licking the top of my gluten-free beer...I think he's an addict!

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I disagree. The difference is you can teach a dog not to steal off the counter. Humans, well, not so much, LOL. BAD HUMAN!

It took some persistent work but I finally taught the puppy from hell that counter surfing was not acceptible. Now if I could just teach the kitten . . .

The WHOLE thing? Wow...

Yeah it's not like having a human eat your bread...you can yell at them and make them feel bad...make them learn from their actions, lol...but darn those spontaneous animals! Doesn't make you feel better to yell at them either.

Sorry 'bout your bread...that sucks.

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That stinks :blink:

When I was about 6 years old, we had a German Shephard named Sam. My Mom slaved all day on Thanksgiving for dinner for about 30 people. The turkey was at least 23 pounds and beautifully browned. My Mom put it on the counter to cool. All of a sudden we heard a slo mo "Nooooooooooooooooooooo!"

Sam ate the turkey :unsure: Sam went to live "on a farm" shortly thereafter.

Mom always made sure dogs that came later were OUTSIDE on Thanksgiving :lol:

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