Quirky Loaf Story


 

Tale of A Gluten Free Novice

‘These days gluten free bread looks and tastes pretty good with lots of varieties – relatively light and toastable. But a very long time ago in the 1990s – when food manufacturers knew nothing about food intolerance – there wasn’t any to buy in the shops. So you had to make your own.

My culinary skills were being sorely tested – but one day I baked my very first two loaves of gluten free bread. A perfect pair they were – though a little heavy. Being doughy and yeasty was one thing. But after struggling to slice the first loaf – I resorted to sharpening all my knives.

Then one of the kids dropped a loaf – and it actually made a slight dent in the floor. Eventually I decided to eat rice crackers instead – and went to toss them in the bin.

But my teenage son took it – and weighing it in his hands said, ‘It’s ok Mum – I think it’ll make a good door stop’. So . . . it held back the balcony door for the next two summers.

So Much Better Now

Thankfully things have changed for the better – with loads of terrific Gluten Free offerings in the supermarket.

Check out foodintol® Awards Winner Silver Medal: Abbott’s Village Bakery Mixed Seeds, fRg 2.91 … Click >

Feel Better – Reduce AntiNutrients

Did you know?  The foodintol® Ranking (fRg) is a measure of AntiNutrients in a food. The lower your AntiNutrients – the better you feel.

What’s your f-Ranking right now? Well – what have you eaten today? Download the app … enter today’s food and drinks – and read the meter. Simple.

And to feel better by this time tomorrow – choose foods with a low fRg.

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