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Are Gluten Free breads really worth buying?

I do not need to eat a gluten free diet. However, it can be difficult for me to find a bread without soy in them. Some of the breads without soy are gluten free breads, so I decided to try them. However, they are very expensive. Some gluten free breads have a lot of egg in them, which I am not supposed to eat. I did not try them, but if you can eat them, feel free to send me a comment of your review of other brands.

Food for Life makes rice breads that can be found in the freezer section. I have found the price as high as $7.50. This price is ridiculous. The bread is very sweet, so it tastes good. However, it crumbles too much and is smaller than a usual loaf of bread. It might work for breakfast, but does not work well for sandwiches.

Ener-G Foods makes a gluten free bread. I have seen it at some Jewel-Osco (Supervalu) stores, Whole Foods, and a local natural foods store on the regular shelves. This bread has been “preserved” in a vacuum sealed bag for a one year shelf life. I do not think that packaging works well. The bread was dry and stale tasting. It’s even smaller than Food for Life. I don’t think the one year shelf life idea is working for them. I recommend that you stay away from it.

Mostly, I don’t eat much bread anyway. I recommend trying to go without bread, make your own. Pita bread is easy to make. Try eating pasta, or whole grains instead of bread.

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  1. December 16, 2012 at 7:49 am

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    • December 20, 2012 at 12:00 pm

      People who eat gluten free diets may have celiac disease. They cannot digest foods made from gluten very well. If you are a teenager I would recommend talking to your doctor about your allergies and intolerances of food. A doctor can help you decide whether you need to eat gluten free food or avoid other foods due to allergies.

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