Real bread is the one thing everyone going gluten free misses. Add to that if you have any other dietary restrictions as well: egg, dairy, soy, nut …. Having real bread again seems a virtual impossibility. Certainly if you have ever tried one of those frozen blocks that passes as “gluten-free bread,” it could tend to make anyone depressed about their new diet!
I have long been a proponent of making your own bread because it tastes better, it can be tailored to fit any dietary restriction, it can be made with more fiber and nutrients than many of the vacuous loaves on the market today, and it’s really quite easy! Yes, I said easy! Gluten-free bread is much easier and quicker to make from scratch than its gluten-containing counterparts, but what’s even easier? Making it with a mix. So, I developed this great mix for making fresh, homemade gluten and allergy-free bread which I am so excited to share with you!
Lest you still fear bread making is too complicated, let me assure you, this can be made using a stand mixer, a bread maker, or even a wooden spoon and bowl! Check out this video if you still have doubts!
Can you smell the aromas of warm yeast bread in your kitchen yet? Get to it! Delicious gluten-free, allergen-friendly bread is finally within reach!
Check out this independent review from GlutenFreeVille of my new bread mix and then jump over to the product page of Jules Gluten Free for more info and start planning all those yummy sandwiches, French Toast, stuffing, croutons, bread puddings, bread crumbs … all those things that taste better with really good bread.
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