The care and eating of gluten free bread.
We eat Rudi brand bread. We like it the best of the gluten free breads that we have tried, minus some that you have to bake yourself and some that they used to have at a local bakery. That is to say, we like it the best of our current choices, not to say that it tastes just like regular, gluten-full (poisonous to us) wheat bread. We have grown to like it but we have to adapt it. It makes sandwiches, french toast and cinnamon toast possible. :-) On the package of the bread, it says for the softest bread, to let it sit on the counter, however, not having gluten makes it not very soft, even at its softest. We have found that it makes an excellent grilled cheese and excellent, very tasty, toast but in our opinion, it's just not very good right out of the bag. For some sandwiches (PB & J for instance), I like soft bread, but not really toasted bread, so I put the bread in the waffle iron for a short time, not enough to toast it, but just enough to kind of steam it. This makes it soft and then it makes a very good sandwich. I hope this helps you as you try to cope with your favorite brand of gluten free bread.
Posted by Fatcat at 7:11 AM