|. on Dec 16, 2016 @ 09:57 am|
None of them; they're far too hard. I've had better luck making my own, though as one tip suggests when going gluten free: don't substitute, just eliminate. It's tough to find good alternatives to wheat foods and it's not even about the selection.
Bulk Barn does have a lot of GF foods in general, though. The pretzels, crackers, and cookies are good, but the bread has always been a miss for me.
|. on Dec 16, 2016 @ 03:38 pm|
Your best bet is to find a local bakery or to make your own. Most store-bought breads are, as Adranomia said, very hard and flavourless. I do, however, disagree about it being tough to substitute for those kinds of foods. I've been gluten and dairy-free for almost three years (doctor's orders!) and I haven't really had much trouble at all, and I don't feel as though I'm missing out on anything.
|None! on Dec 16, 2016 @ 08:58 pm|
Blech, I was put on a GF diet by my doctor for about 3 or 4 months a few years back (and then able to go back to eating normal...but I don't crave bread or pasta as often as I used to).
I found one bread in the frozen GF section of Loblaws with a picture of a Squirrel on it..it had sesame seeds in it. The only way i could eat it was toasted with peanut butter.
|GF on Dec 18, 2016 @ 01:42 pm|
I love Udi's brand.