I LOVE some grass-fed butter smeared all over a piece of bread, but what I don’t like is all the gluten and how it makes me feel afterward. So when I came across this gluten-free brown bread, the Caveman and I decided to give it a go. It’s from the folks at Warburton bread (I reviewed their fruit loaf a couple of weeks ago). Here’s what we thought:
On a scale of 1 -5 (1 being the worst and 5 being the best)
Taste: 4. It’s good and it’s almost there. We would buy it again for taste (and to smear butter on).
Texture: 3. It’s almost there. Not as soft and smooth and your regular gluten bread, but it’s almost there. The gluten is what gives regular bread that nice soft, springy bread quality.
Size: 3. Seems like a weird rating to put on here, but the bread slices are smaller than regular bread slices. This all has to do with the fact that it has no gluten. Without the gluten, larger slices will fall apart.
Price: 3. It’s a bit on the expensive side. t’s only about the size of a 1/3 of standard loaf of bread and costs £1.50. So a bit expensive.
Overall: 3. Not bad, a bit average, but it does the trick.
We will be buying it again. Have you tried this bread or any other gluten-free breads before? What do you think?
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