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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.
Size: 22-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)
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My children have Celiac. I make a loaf of this bread once a week for them. They love the flavor and texture of this bread. I've been using it for years now.Published 9 days ago by Rita Macone
Best tasting gluten free bread mix on the market - and I have tried them all.Published 14 days ago by Roberta Bright
I bought this bread mix at my local supermarket yesterday, so today was the first time I've used this product, and WOW! was I pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished 16 days ago by LivinginBeauty
The bread has a 'corn meal' taste. My husband likes it, but when used for a sandwich, it tends to fall apart. One review suggested adding 2 tablespoon honey and 1 cup rolled oats. Read morePublished 16 days ago by silverlady
This bread mix is great for those eating gluten free. It is easy to mix and bake, and it has a great taste and consistency. It is not hard like the breads that are already made. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rprather
I used to purchase the Glutino bread at the store, so I knew it was good easy to make and keeps great in the freezer, for some reason the store didn't have it anymore so I am glad... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Giulia
This is great tasting bread that smells delicious!! I would recommend it to anyone who is on a gluten-free diet!!Published 1 month ago by T. D.
Up until a month ago, I have been using this bread mix for the last 10yrs. It used to be the best out there, it raised nicely, smelled good when it cooked, froze great, held it's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jean Baskett
I am deeply disappointed with the change in the formulation of this bread mix. Our 5 year old son is allergic to wheat and eggs and has cystic fibrosis. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicole Flores