Thursday, June 24, 2010

Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread

I've been gluten-free for nearly seven years now and have tried A LOT of gluten-free bread.  Many brands were good for toast and sandwiches but a very heavy, dense toast or sandwich.  Then there's the whole crumbly, fall apart factor that comes with many gluten-free breads and the fact that you have to toast them for them to be worth anything.  Although you still have have to toast it, Ener-G's Light Tapioca Bread is by far the lightest and best sandwich appropriate bread....found here in Wilmington.  It's not frozen or refrigerated.  You can find it at Lovey's Market and it comes in varieties such as dinner rolls, hamburger buns and hot dog buns.   Now lately I've been hearing rave reviews for Udi's Gluten-Free bread which you can buy online.  However, Lovey's does carry a few Udi's products, so with a few requests I think we can get them to order some of the breads. I've also heard good things about the new Nature's Own gluten-free bread being test marketed in Atlanta's major grocery stores right in the regular bread section!  It's amazing how far gluten-free has come....maybe my Special K will be available someday......

What's your favorite gluten-free sandwich bread?

Till my next rambling,

Eat, Drink and Be Gluten-Free

1 comment:

  1. The only bread I can eat plain without toasting is Sami's Bakery Flaxseed bread in the refrigerator section of Lovey's. I even made a PB&J and my gluten eating friend didn't know the bread was gluten free. Try it...I may have the name wrong, but the ladies at Lovey's will know what I am talking about.