I officially began incorporating gluten-free foods in my diet (or, began my “gluten-lite” journey, as Jessica called it!), and I’d like to share with you my thoughts on the first gluten-free bread I tried: Schar Gluten-Free Classic White Bread.
Ultimately, I chose Schar’s gluten-free bread because it was the only option the grocery store offered. There are several other grocery stores in my area – and a Drug Emporium that sells vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free foods – so I’ll probably try other kinds of gluten-free bread before it’s all said and done.
Now, on with the review.
Schar Gluten-Free Classic White Bread. I mentioned in an earlier post that lots of gluten-free foods are rice- or potato-based, and I believe Schar’s bread is a rice-based food. It’s made from sourdough, which includes rice flour.
So far, I’ve only used this gluten-free bread for sandwiches (though the website suggests several recipes). One sandwich was peanut butter; the other was roasted red pepper hummus.
The bottom line is, I’ll probably continue eating some type of gluten-free bread. I’d like to try others, but if the store carries only this one, I’ll gladly buy it. I would recommend this bread to others.
Would you like to try this gluten-free bread? Have you tried it, or another kind before? Share with us in the comments!
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From Psych Central's website:
Product Review: Road's End Organics Gluten-Free Alfredo Mac and Chreese | Your Body, Your Mind (September 20, 2012)
Last reviewed: 16 Aug 2012