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Unfortunately, gluten is not the only bad ingredient of bread. I love bread too, but I gave up most grains a while ago. They seem to affect my overall health because they contain a lot of anti-nutrients. Also, they are quite difficult to process by our digestive system from my experience. I only eat rice once in a while. I think we are just too dependent on bread for our meals. After 2 weeks with no bread or substitute bread, I didn't feel any need to eat it anymore.

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Sami's bakery (google it) is a bakery in Tampa Florida that makes awesome millet and flax based bakery goods. They ship their products, too. I love their bagels... If you're celiac then it's a no-go, but if not then there's no wheat (or other gluten containing contents) in the ingredients so it's all right. :) And not to mention delicious.

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I usually buy Udi's Whole Grain Bread Loaf. It's one of the best gluten free breads there is and I like it a lot. Gluten Free Palace, where I buy my gluten free products from, offers a wide variety of gluten free breads to choose from so you can experiment a bit with the others to see which one you like best.

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