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Ok, I am sure this has been asked before but I couldn't find it. I really miss bread!!! So does anyone have a good recipe or a brand I can pick up at a store? Love to have any help on this.

Thanks

Lisa

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I am not much of a bread eater and haven't tried any gluten free bread yet, but the general conclusion that I have read on here is that Udi's is one of the best. Not sure where to find it, and do not know from personal experience, just sharing what I have read so far.

Good Luck!

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ditto on the Udi's. Others cannot compare.

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`Udi's bread is wonderful. If you have a whole foods near by they have several breads in the bakery. We like this bread for grilled sandwiches. Some people like Schar breads. For mixes: a popular bread mix is Anna's Bread Mixes, Sisters three ( a new kid on the block) Has a good white gluten-free bread.

Do you get Living Without? They have a very good bread recipe & another is Lorka's bread found in the recipe section of this site. (Laurie Crater) she also has a cookbook.

Two good cookbooks with breads recipes that are excellent are: Baking Classics by Annalise Roberts, she also has a bread machine cookbook as well. Elizabeth Barbone's cookbook as well.

hth

mamaw

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I live in north Dallas, and the Udi brand is fantastic. I can buy it frozen at Sprouts or fresh at Whole Foods. Their bagels are wonderful - just like real bagels. Unfortunately they are having some issues with the bagel packaging and have discontinued them, but promise they will be back.

My husband who loves white bread gave in and tasted my Usi white bread toated with some peanut butter and said it was delicious...

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Thank you all for your replies! I went this weekend to look at our Nature's Pantry (Kansas City) and found Udi's bread and Blueberry muffins. I had the BB muffins this monring, WOW, that was better than regulat BB muffins! I was so surprised! I look forward to trying the bread tonight. Thank you so much.

mamaw thanks for all that info. That was very helpful. I plan to try to make my own bread again sometime. I have failed in the past so I am nervous about "wasting" ingredients again.

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Glutino makes some good breads and I believe english muffins. I can get them here in Canada at our local grocery stores in the freezer section. Have also found a great pizza crust - kinnikinnick

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I like Gluton's bagels, and pizza. My favorite bread so far is Wunder Bread by Liberty Baker. They are local for me (Central Florida), my Whole Foods carries them and they are on-line as well.

Char

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Ok, I am sure this has been asked before but I couldn't find it. I really miss bread!!! So does anyone have a good recipe or a brand I can pick up at a store? Love to have any help on this.

Thanks

Lisa

I absolutey LOVE "Bob's Red Mill: Homemade Wonderful Bread" It comes in a mix and its easy to add a few ingredients then toss it in the bread machine(or oven would work) It comes out NORMAL sized, plus its suuuper soft and has awesome texture! I looove it its like white wheat bread. Yum!:) Plus we add flax, walnuts, gluten-free oats and quinoa flakes to make it more whole-wheat like(my old fave)

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Thank you all for your replies! I went this weekend to look at our Nature's Pantry (Kansas City) and found Udi's bread and Blueberry muffins. I had the BB muffins this monring, WOW, that was better than regulat BB muffins! I was so surprised! I look forward to trying the bread tonight. Thank you so much.

mamaw thanks for all that info. That was very helpful. I plan to try to make my own bread again sometime. I have failed in the past so I am nervous about "wasting" ingredients again.

Here in KC, we have an bakery Olivias Oven. I know they sell in Hyvees. They make the best donut holes. Look them up & it tells you the days they deliver so you can get it fresh.

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I have recently discovered the Grainless Baker. They make French baguettes that are very much like the real thing. I use them to make garlic toast. My available gluten-free foods are very limited, but I do order Grainless Baker from the Gluten Free Mall.

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In addition to Udi's white bread (on sale through today at Whole Foods), their pizza crust is awesome. I used to buy kinnikinnik crust until I found udi's. Even my dh and kids will eat Udi's food. I love Udi's cinnamon rolls - slightly warm with cream cheese on top.

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My favorite gluten free bread is Kinnikinnick white bread. When toasted, it tastes like "real" bread. I buy it in Kroger and it is from a company in Canada.

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I finally got to try the Udi's bread and blueberry muffins! WOW. Those are REALLY good> I plano n trying all the suggestions! Thank you.

Good news is I have not cheated at all since my last gluten attack. I learned my lesson!

Thank again

Lisa

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where do you buy Udi's? i live in a rural place so i am pretty much limited to Kroger gluten free stuff, occasionally if i head to the "big City" there is a Earth Foods i can shop at. I absolutely LOVE Bobs Red Mill gluten free corn bread- i am a bread LOVER, i used to live off toast and cheezits so this gluten free thing is hard lol

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The best bread I've had is the ciabatta recipe from 125 Best gluten-free Recipes

richard

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I love Pamela's! I may send her a love letter. I bought the mix at Whole Foods and used my bread machine which I just got at Amazon for $50 (+ free shipping). I have eaten more bread in the past few weeks than I have in my entire life! I like the Bob's Red Mill mixes and I also love this recipe (love this blog in general): http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2009/02/delicious-gluten-free-bread.html

I have never been a baker. I hate to bake. However the bread machine is a godsend. You just plop everything in and 3 hours later you have amazing bread. I freeze slices of bread, crumbs and croutons for those weeks I don't feel like baking anything.

Love the frozen Kinnikinnik (sp?) pizza dough. We even use them to make garlic bread. Haven't had Udi's but will see if my Whole Foods carries them.

For crackers I like the Glutino crackers and Veggie Chips (a potato based chip).

*Oh and you don't need a bread machine for the mixes I posted above. They each have non machine instructions.

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