3 thoughts on “Glutino Gluten Free Pantry Favorite Sandwich Bread Mix, 20.1 oz., 6 Count”

  1. 148 of 149 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Who Knew Bread Could Make Me Cry….., September 8, 2006
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    Cjs (New York USA) –

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    Who knew bread could make me cry!! With a new diagnosis and a grumpy picky 15 year old son…. I was at my wits end to find something, anything he would like. I literally held my breath when I put this mix together in my bread maker (2lb wellbuilt – and it actually overflowed my bread pan!!) anyways… signs on the doors to be quiet for fear the bread might fall…. sniffing the air every 10 minutes thinking “Yup smells like bread… could it be??”. It had just cooled when my son walked in the door starving…. (being in high school, football, and lunch time have been rough!!) I ask him to sit down I’ve got something for him…. holding my breath some more – watching his first bite and him jumping up and down, “Mom is this for real? This is AWESOME!” Let me say that again, “This is AWESOME” now when have any of us heard those words from our teenagers mouth in relation to anything. I got huge hugs, kisses and high fives, I think he even was dancing!!! My other 4 kids in the house tried it and couldn’t believe it wasn’t “regular” bread!! That is saying something cause let’s me honest there are some out there that you just can’t fake liking, even a little bit!! The other kids are so happy that he is happy cause these last couple of weeks have been rough on all of us, mostly on him. Thank You Thank You Thank YOu – you won’t be sorry with this mix!!
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  2. 57 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A very good bread, with some tips, August 1, 2007
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    Susan Bridges (Los Angeles, CA) –
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    I have been gluten free for several years, and I generally don’t even attempt to eat bread anymore, even the gluten free kinds.

    When we discovered that gluten seemed to really affect my autistic son, we had to come up with something for lunches for school.

    This mix had good reviews so I decided to try it. I have a dedicated gluten free breadmaker that was a gift.

    With a little toying, I was able to program my machine correctly for the bread. The first loaf I made was underdone in the middle, so I increased the baking time by five minutes for the second one. It wasn’t a total loss, because I put the underdone pieces in a buttered skillet and fried them until they were done in the middle.

    You will need to choose the lightest crust setting you have and change it so there is only one rise time for the bread. Also, while the bread is mixing (it mixes for about five minutes or so), push the mix down on the sides with a rubber spatula about halfway through mixing. This only takes a minute. Now that my machine is programmed, all I have to do is hit the button, come back in about three or four minutes to push down the sides, and then in an hour I have a loaf of bread.

    As all gluten free bread, it will fall apart a bit if you cut it while still warm. The best way to do it is to make the bread, unmold it onto a paper plate, wrap it in plastic, and put it in the refrigerator. When it is cold it is much easier to cut with the bread knife. Also do NOT cut the whole loaf ahead of time or it will dry out within a couple of days.

    The bread tastes fabulous. There is milk contained within the mix, so it’s not good for gluten free casein free people. I gave a fresh slice of it to a friend who is NOT gluten free and he thought it tasted great. I’ll never buy store bought loaves of gluten free bread again, though. This tastes a hundred times better!

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  3. 31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Bread, January 30, 2007
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    Susan H. Forsyth (Rochester, NY) –
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    When I was diagnosd with Celiac Disease, I started on a search for good BREAD!!! And this is it!!!!! Easy to work with and actually tastes great. I was not successful using my bread making machine – this dough worked much better with a regular electric mixer. This mix also makes wonderful cinnamon bread!
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