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Franz makes gluten free bread. YES you read it right gluten free bread by Franz. I have been gluten free for more then 10 years now and have tried about every kind of bread there is to try I think. But there is NOTHING to compare to Franz. It is the most wonderful soft, tasty gluten free bread you have ever had. I buy it at the out let store here in Longview. I have not seen it in any major store as of yet though. It is $4.99 a loaf. They are also doing hamburger buns that I have not gotten to try yet. But when I do I will report it here. They are also suppose to be doing a gluten free cereal again have not been able to try it yet. Hope there is some where near you so you can try it also.

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There's an outlet store not too far from me, in Spokane. I might have to check it out, but could you advise what the ingredients are? If it has corn syrup or corn starch, and probably potato starch I would have to pass.

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There's an outlet store not too far from me, in Spokane. I might have to check it out, but could you advise what the ingredients are? If it has corn syrup or corn starch, and probably potato starch I would have to pass.

I did not see any of those things in there. Would really be worth your time to go see it they carry it.

So last night I was able to try the hamburger buns for the first time. I will NEVER have to worry about getting buns again. I just found the best that there is. They are so soft and have such a great flavor. I would really really recommend these buns and bread for any one looking for great bread. You will not be sorry.

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I was at a local store today, and they had some of this bread, and it was $0.90 off, for a total $5.69 (after the discount). Figured I'd splurge and try it, since it doesn't have corn starch or syrup or potato starch. They had 2 varieties, mountain white and a 7 grain, I got the mountain white. Here are the ingredients:

brown rice flour, water, tapioca flour, whole grain sorghum flour, agave syrup, eggs, xanthan gum, extra virgin olive oil, yeast, cultured brown rice flour, sea salt, whole grain amaranth, enzymes.

The package also has a symbol with words: Gluten Free Facility, which is nice!

It will be really nice to have something bread-like without having to bake it myself. I toasted a couple of slices as soon as I got home, the flavor is not bad. It will also be my first time testing amaranth -- and hopefully a good way to celebrate my 1 year of being gluten-free which was yesterday!

I also looked at the ingredients on the 7grain, and they're similar to the white except it also has teff (which I also haven't tested yet) and quinoa and maybe millet also.

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