When you start eating a gluten-free diet, once you learn the basics, it’s really not that difficult. Most of your favorite foods will have a suitable alternative. But the one food that is really hard to prepare gluten free is…..bread. And that makes sense! If the main ingredient of bread (wheat flour) is something you can’t have, it’s going to be hard to duplicate it!
Oh, you’ll find gluten-free bread, all right, but many of the choices are pretty sad. One of the key concepts is to warm up your GF bread. Store-bought, gluten-free bread often tastes terrible at room temperature. Keep the bread frozen, and then toast it or microwave it a slice at a time, as needed.
There are recipes to re-create bread in a gluten-free format. There are also mixes. Many of these methods require a lot of exotic ingredients and long procedures. It’s worth it, though, just to sink your teeth into a chewy slice of bread once again!