If you're gluten-free and you've tried bread, odds are, just to eat like non-Celiacs, you've resigned yourself to eating two pieces of cardboard, which you claim to be a sandwich. (Oh, I make it sound elite--like you need a passport...), but Food for Life's Rice-Almond bread is just right. WIth rice and sorghum flours, sweetened by fruit juice, you actually get a palatable slice of life, so you don't have to do lunch meat like you're eating during the Renaissance. (For variety try also their Rice Pecan and Raisin breads.) You'll find this in the freezer of the health food section at Fred Meyer's or at other fine food stores. All gluten-free breads need freezing and/or refrigeration, so use it all in a timely fashion and re-wrap it to seal in freshness. Gluten-free bread gets stale quickly regardless of the initial quality.
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