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I have been gluten free for almost 3 years now, and bread is the thing I struggle with the most. I have yet to find a GF bread I really like. :/ The closest I can get to something I like (but it's very dense, not "spongy" like regular bread) is Gluten Free Pantry's French Bread and Pizza Mix.
Being gluten-free can be a challenge, but it's gotten easier with time. Good luck!
tampacop:Try Udi's bread. That is pretty good, also look into the really great food company, they have really good mixes
This.There is also Rudi's. Both have cinnamon raisin breads.
Also, Food for life has a whole bunch of different ones, I like the China Black Rice. Must be toasted, though.They also have brown rice tortillas.
There are a ton of good stuff out there.Do you have Whole Foods near you?Or check Amazon, they have a major gluten free selection, all with reviews. GL.
Rudi's original brand (when toasted) tastes really good to me. Another brand is schar, but only the deli style, not the sandwich style- unfortunately the schar deli style only comes with 5 slices in it and it is very expensive =( but well worth it for a delicious sandwich!
the key to gf bread is to toast it - never try it untoasted or you will regret it!