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gigimac
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can anyone recommend a yummy gluten free bread?
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Udi's gluten free bread is really good. Jess.
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I like Udi's, too, because you can eat it fresh.

Other GF breads I have bought have to stay in the freezer, then be toasted to eat.

With the Udi's, I take 1/2 the loaf out, put in air sealed bag on top of freezer, freeze other 1/2 until ready to use.

Stays fresh 5-7 days.

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Remember, if you put into a toaster, it needs to be a dedicated gluten-free toaster, not one shared by those who toast wheat bread, or one that has ever even had wheat, rye or barley bread in it.

This is very important to prevent cross contamination.

I've not tried Udi's, however, for Trader Joe's GF Brown Rice Bread, I separate the pieces a bit and freeze the whole loaf, adjusting it a time or two before it totally freezes. This allows for easy removal of each piece.

Put on a plate, with a cover and warm in the oven. Nut butter can easily be smoothed on then and the bread is nice and moist, not dry.
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I also like Udi's. I like the whole grain better than the white.

It has a good taste and texture, unlike other GF breads I've tried.

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If you're up to baking:

Gluten Free Simple Bread

2 1/2 cups blanched almond flour

1/2 teaspoon celtic sea salt

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

3 eggs

1 tablespoon agave nectar

1/2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

1. In a large bowl, combine almond flour, salt and baking soda

2. In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs, then add agave and vinegar

3. Stir wet ingredients into dry

4. Scoop batter into a well greased 6.5 x 4 inch baby loaf pan

5. Bake at 300 for 45-55 minutes on bottom rack of oven; until a knife comes out clean

6. Cool and serve

Makes 1 loaf (about 12 slices)

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thanks for the tips everyone!
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Kinnikinick (sp). brand. Gluten, dairy and yeast free. The only bread product I cosume. Been eating it for 4 years now.

The are out of Canada so it can take a while to have it shipped. IMO it is worth trying out.

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I find the beautiful thing about ordering from Kinnikinnick website is they cold ship for only $10.

no matter what your order size is- AND, they told me they bake fresh each order!

I used that website a lot when my daughter was GF/CF/SF for 2 years-

also have a dedicated gluten free toaster oven here since not everyone who lives here is GF.

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Yeah, I love that part of Kinnikinnick as well.

They have great customer support and just called me yesterday to let me know my order would be delayed a few days because they did not get the flour on time.

Worth the wait! They have great desserts as well for those who can nibble a bit on decadence.

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I've been hearing a lot about paleo bread lately. Looks good.
http://www.julianbakery.com/paleo-bread/

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I have tried all of the brands and unless I toast them I can't stand gluten free bread. So, I buy my organic deli meat and make my sandwich without bread. Cuts down on yeast problems, too.

My mom does make a great blueberry muffin gluten free and a gluten free banana nut muffin.

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I've tried Udi's and Rudi's.. this is the BEST one!! It has a lot more flavor and a good texture too! It even holds together for sandwiches.

Our health food store carries it.

http://canyonbakehouse.com/gluten-free/bakery-products.html

7-grain bread

Thanks for the recipe, fourwinds! I intend to start making my own soon.

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When we were gluten-free we tried whatever brands we could find.

Honestly, I did not like any of them. We were able to tolerate the Udi's bagels if we toasted them.

I ultimately stopped buying GF bread products all together. So our "sandwiches" and "burgers" consisted of just the meat, cheese and toppings.

The only GF pasta I found remotely tolerable was the Schar brand. When you tossed it with a little olive oil an/or butter and a bit of Parmigiano-Reggiano or Locatell Romano you could barely tell the difference. Eating it the next day was another story.

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And by the way, I did not appreciate paying $7 for a tiny, fossilized, frozen loaf of bread. The cost of GF carbs is so prohibitively expensive, not to mention that some of them are loaded with a bunch of junk.

I'd rather do without them and spend more $ on good quality produce, grains and proteins.

My thinking was if we had to eat something that tasted like cardboard, I ought to be able to just cut up a few boxes into bit-sized pieces and put some cheese on them. No more GF carbs for us, except for the Cinnamon Rice Chex or Van's GF waffles that are often requested for breakfast.

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I'm fortunate enough to have a gluten free cafe/store within walking distance of my house.

They've recently gotten in a baker who does a fantastic job with a GF teff bread, and with a baguette.

Prior to discovering him, I found Udi's bread and bagels the best. As surprise and otehrs said, you can eat it right out of the package, which I really couldn't do with others I'd tried.

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Whole Foods also makes a good gluten free bread called "Prairie Bread". It is very dense and much more filling than a regular slice of bread. It is good with almond butter.
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try the canyon bakehouse!

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Three Bakers Ancient Grains is pretty good GF also has to be kept frozen. Tastes good.
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