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    Help Gluten free bread?

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    Okay.... i've tried 2 different brands/types of bread and hated them both. someone PLEASE tell me there is something edible out there. PLEASE. oh and where to find it!?
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    BEST GF bread I have made:

    Really Good Sorghum Bread (NO YEAST)

    It is hard to make GF CF bread that is NOT A BRICK!! AND that has no yeast, corn, soy and low in sugar but we found one thanks to KELLY WEAVER. My husband and I even liked the bread!!!

    Pre heat to 350.

    2 cup sorghum flour

    1 1/2 tsp guar gum

    1/2 tsp baking soda

    2 tsp baking powder

    2 tsp dried egg whites (real whites ok)

    1/2 tsp salt

    2 eggs (could replace if needed)

    3 Tblsp Spectrum palm shortening or ghee or GFCF margarine

    2 Tblsp honey

    1 cup + 1 tbsp soda water, perrier, etc

    1 to 2 tsp flaxseed meal (optional. This gives the “Roman Meal” bread affect!)

    Consistency will be like cake batter. Grease and flour (w/ spectrum and sorghum) a bread pan. Bake 30 mins. Cover with foil and bake 25 mins longer. Take out of pan and cool


    It's from the TACA website and it turned out SO good and soft!
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    i'll have to give it a try. i've never made bread. i'm just SO lazy
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    oh it's pretty much official that all store bought GF bread is disgusting! I'd like to be proven wrong! This takes no time at all though really to put together and is a really great, thick sandwich bread.
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    I know quite a few people that bake their own bread all the time cause there was nothing edible for sale at the supermarket (as far as gluten/dairy free goes). I'd suggest making your own (with the recipe above or something you find) and once you do it, I'm sure you'll get used to it. And I'm SURE it'll be worth it.
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    Here in San Diego at Trader Joe's they sell Ezekiel Bread...they have a gluten free loaf and I think its good.
    http://www.foodforlife.com/
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    What mixes did you try?
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    Gluten free bread

    Sorry that you are feeliing ill.

    McCormicks will clearly list all forms of gluten. But, thats not to say that they are all gluten free, just that they will list if any gluten is added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xkrazybaby67x View Post
    Okay.... i've tried 2 different brands/types of bread and hated them both. someone PLEASE tell me there is something edible out there. PLEASE. oh and where to find it!?
    I use Ezekiel bread. I love it. I buy it frozen and put it in the fridge. I toast it when I wanna eat some.

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