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Your gluten free kitchen is going to smell sooooooooooo good. Your mouth is going to water. Neighbors you didn’t even know you had are going to come rapping at your door. Butter is going to kneel at your feet and melt in abject adoration. No kidding, these are some tasty, fresh-from-the-oven gluten free miracles. No matter how you slice it, your constitutional right to the perfect sandwich starts with the perfect gluten free bread. We’ve taken the liberty of making it easy, so you’re free to bake.
To embrace a gluten free life is to embrace a bountiful life. A life filled with possibility and opportunity. A life unhampered by “can’t,” “don’t,” and “won’t”. A life where our bodies and hearts and minds are balanced and in tune. For many of us, living gluten free means living agony-free. For others, living gluten free allows us to perform at the top of our game. And for an ever increasing number of us, living gluten free just plain feels good.
And living is what it’s all about. Living every day with joy, freedom, and confidence. On our own terms. In our own way. It’s not a question of whether our glass is half-empty or half-full, because our glass — like our lives — is overflowing. But there can be side effects to living gluten free. Chronic euphoria is pretty common. You might experience regular bouts of giddiness along with a skin condition we like to refer to as the gluten free glow. If symptoms persist, try not to gloat.
We hear that a lot from our customers. We like to think that it’s because Glutino foods are just so dang yummy. We know it goes deeper than that. We think it has to do with the power you feel. You feel empowered by the control you now have over what you take into your body. You feel the power of awareness of how the food you eat makes you feel. That’s the power of getting your life back. The power of control. Once you feel that power, you’re not likely to give it up. We hear that a lot from our customers.
So we are continually creating the products you request. Like gluten free crackers and gluten free pretzels, gluten free pastas and gluten free pizzas, gluten free cereals and gluten free snack bars.
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This is the best bread mix I've tried so far in my Oster 2 lb. bread machine. I've made several loaves now, each a different way and all were really good. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kerry G.
Great bread mix. Easy, versatile, the only problem is that the directions don't tell you the water should be close to 130 ^ F for best results. Read morePublished 8 days ago by mom2twoboys
I love this for my bread machine! I put the dry mix in first and pour the combined liquids on top of it and vua-la! Very moist and tasty GF bread. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Arizona Lady
-This was my first attempt at baking GF bread and it turned out great! I made one in a bread maker and one in the oven, and the oven loaf was a little less crumbly, but both... Read morePublished 22 days ago by KD
First. this bread Is great but last time I got it I spent $27. this is already more then other brands and I was willing to pay it but now the price is $41.16 for the same product. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh vos
This is my second order. I have been pleasantly surprised each time I made this bread. I have made it in a bread machine and in just the oven per the box instructions.Published 1 month ago by L. Walden
Ever since I started my gluten-free diet, alot of gluten-free substitutions have me going through the process of getting readjusted to the different flavors and consistencies... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debbie S. Verhulsdonk
This bread mix is truly delicious! I use my Zojirushi bread maker and it bakes it for 70 minutes. Rises to a wonderful height and comes out perfect every time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. Bagwell
I assumed since this product was gluten-free that it was also not going to contain the other allergens I'm trying to avoid. It does contain milk and soy.Published 2 months ago by Becky Hicks