Sunday, May 4, 2008

Breads from Anna (GFCFSF)


This is the best gluten-free bread we have tried.

This is by Breads from Anna, available online. They have a few varieties -- all gluten-free. The one we get is FREE of gluten, casein (dairy), yeast, corn, and rice. It does use egg in the recipe, but their website has tips on how to do it egg-free too.

One package makes one large loaf, but we're trying to economize because we eat this bread like -- I don't know -- like it's regular cheap-o gluten-containing bread! ha ha! So I make two loaves with one package.

The picture here shows my first time. The package directions say to bake it for 70 minutes, but that's for one full loaf. It still tasted great, but I have since reduced it down to 40-45 minutes for the two loaves, and it's more chewy; less crumbly. Still awesome.

This stuff is SO not-gluten-free tasting that I keep worrying about crumbs -- I keep wiping off the counter afraid that my GFCF son will eat a crumb. Then I remember it's okay for him to eat!!! Believe me -- I've been making this for two weeks now and STILL forget it's "safe" -- that's how "normal" this stuff is!

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