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Is Flourless Sprouted Whole Grain Bread Ok?

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Does anyone know if the Ezekiel flourless sprouted whole grain bread is OK? I have been searching for a bread that has the same texture as "regular" bread, but still haven't found anything that is gluten free and good. The Ezekiel would be acceptable if it is in fact gluten-free. Or does anyone have any suggestions on a decent bread or recipe?? HELP!

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If you read the ingredient list, you'll see that the Ezekiel bread is still made from grains we can't have, which means that it is *not* safe.

I don't have a good alternative for you as I've opted to do without bread - it was a fairly easy adaptation.

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Hi, do a bit of a search on this forum and you'll see some bread recipes recommended. I personally am using one that was posted here that is made on the fast cycle of a bread machine. We like it and I have served it to several non gluten-free people who were very surprised it was gluten-free.

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Does anyone have any suggestions on a decent bread or recipe?? HELP!

Hi 'Melzee',

A lot of people don't want to or have not got the time to make bread from scratch, they prefer to use

bread mixes ! I on the other hand have developed delicious bread made from scratch.

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If you have time and are interested in making bread that behaves like wheat bread and tastes great

here are a couple of links, (you even get a photo of the finished product).

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Loaf and Roll Recipe

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Crusty Artisan Breads

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Hope this helps and gives you inspiration.

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Best Regards,

David

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Hi 'Melzee',

A lot of people don't want to or have not got the time to make bread from scratch, they prefer to use

bread mixes ! I on the other hand have developed delicious bread made from scratch.

.

If you have time and are interested in making bread that behaves like wheat bread and tastes great

here are a couple of links, (you even get a photo of the finished product).

.

Loaf and Roll Recipe

.

Crusty Artisan Breads

.

Hope this helps and gives you inspiration.

.

Best Regards,

David

Dave-Thanks for the tip on the bread recipes. I have tried both from scratch and mixes, not to mention store bought bread and still haven't found any that my hubby will eat. I'll give these two a shot. Actually the Crusty artisan bread looks pretty good from the picture. It's my husband that has Celiac and he's always been a picky eater too, a double whammy for me as the chief cook here at home. Keep your fingers crossed that he might like one of these!! Thanks again!!

Melissa

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As stated that bread is not safe, the one bread company I have found that has a bread with the same texture as the poison stuff is Kinnikinnick. They can be ordered from on line and some stores may be able to stock it for you. They have an italian white and a brown rice that are really good as well as pizza crusts and oreo type cookies that you can actually bite into.

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I really like www.glutenfree4me.com

Their bread comes thinly sliced, and it is delicious. I also like using their hot dog buns...not for hot dogs, but for slicing it up and using with dips, etc.

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Not safe. I fell for that one when daughter was first diagnosed. Lady at the health food store insisted it was safe because when sprouted, it becomes a "live" food. And that may be. But it's still wheat or spelt or whatever grain it is. Daughter got really sick from the stuff.

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