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I like this as much as the original, though as with most gluten free breads it is better toasted, but you can heat it for a few seconds in the microwave and it is nicer. Pity it is not stocked so much in my area, I get several loaves/variates. Liberte now does a grain one which I adore !!!
Appreciate the straight forward ingredient list on the back and natural ingredients

By Ruth on 18/08/2013

From the entry 'Liberte Wholemeal Loaf by Bakeworks'.


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I like this, though as with most gluten free breads it is better toasted, but heat it for a few seconds in the microwave and it is nicer. Pity it is not stocked so much in my area, I get several loaves/variates.
Appreciate the straight forward ingredient list on the back and natural ingredients

By Ruth on 18/08/2013

From the entry 'Liberte Original Loaf from Bakeworks'.


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I don’t like this bread. It is OK toasted but falls apart way too easily and if I eat more than 2 slices at a sitting I get a bloated gut again.
I prefer Liberte gluten free breads (if I can find them as they are not stocked as much)
So most times still go witout

been gf for over 10 yrs now

By Ruth on 18/08/2013

From the entry 'Burgen Gluten Free bread range'.


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Gluten Free Breads

Liberte Original Loaf from Bakeworks ›

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Liberte Original is made using only natural organic gluten free ingredients. It tastes fantastic and made for terrific french toast as it sucked up the egg really well! It was really moist and didn’t crumble at all. I imagine that this would be really popular with children. Even after 3 days of an open packet, the bread was still in really good condition.
Also suitable for those with egg, dairy and soy allergies.

By Teresa on 26 March 2011 | Viewed 3830 times Read on ›

Liberte Wholemeal Loaf by Bakeworks ›

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Lovely light, moist tasty gluten free bread that toasts well. (I preferred mine only slightly brown).
Much lighter and more digestible than other gluten free breads I have tried.
Lovely light flavour ideal for condoments or with savory toppings like avacado and cheese.
This bread sets a new benchmark for gluten free breads.

By staceydavidson on 24 March 2011 | Viewed 2963 times Read on ›

Countdown “instore bakery traditional loaf” ›

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By GFMAN on 03 December 2010 | Viewed 4953 times Read on ›

Purebread ‘Young Buck’ Gluten Free Bread ›

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Made in New Zealand and Bio Gro Certified (guaranteed 95% organically grown ingredients used). The main grain used is Buckwheat which is highly nutritious and rich in essential vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates. Tasty and soft! On par with Venerdi’s Six Seed Loaf as far as nutrition goes, but a lot softer texture.
Also with every loaf purchased, Purebread will donate a sachet of organic seeds to an organic education programme.

By Teresa on 04 November 2010 | Viewed 4132 times Read on ›

Venerdi Ancient Multi Grain ›

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This bread can be eaten without toasting when it is fresh. It’s flavour is pleasant and its texture very good for a gluten free bread.

I find this bread very easy to eat and the first bread in a long time that makes me look forward to lunch rather than dreading it.

By Paul H on 25 July 2010 | Viewed 3413 times Read on ›

Burgen Gluten Free bread range ›

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Tastes great, toasts well, good to have flavours other than just white (I hate having to eat white bread so often!), have found it in all the major supermarkets I go to

By n_jeffries on 18 October 2009 | Viewed 10234 times Read on ›

Pavillion Gluten Free Bread ›

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This loaf has the look of a traditional ‘gluten’ bread. It doesn’t crumble at all, is quite light (not like the usual ‘bricks’) and was actually pretty soft when I opened the packaging. It toasted well and was quite enjoyable, I also think it would be excellent bread to use for french toast, or bread based puddings.

By Teresa on 05 June 2009 | Viewed 9921 times Read on ›

Totally Gluten Free Bakery ›

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A Totally Gluten Free Bakery!

A “TGF” (totally gluten free) flour mix-2 kg for $10.50;  Makes cooking/baking a breeze!

GF sliced bread (that freezes well, and when fresh, you can eat untoasted without it crumbling)
Pizza & pizza shells
Pies
Muffins
Cakes, can make to order
Yummy gingerbread cookies (stars), perfect accompaniment for a cup of tea
Donuts!

By Christina on 02 May 2009 | Viewed 10432 times Read on ›

Goodness Me - Gluten Free Bread Mixes ›

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Having a range of flavours to choose from like exseedingly good, maxigrain, spicy fruit.
Makes a huge loaf just like “regular” supermarket bread, no more burning my fingers on the toaster!
Quick and easy to make, with good instructions. Love the smell of freshly baking bread.
Had fun making pizza with the white mix, havent had such a great tasting pizza since going gluten free.
Being free from dairy, potato etc its a loaf our whole family can enjoy.
Was still great to eat the next day, made a fantastic sandwich, sliced & froze what was left and it reheated amazingly well in microwave without falling apart.

By Katherine on 06 November 2008 | Viewed 5808 times Read on ›

Woolworths ( Nelson) Gluten Free Bread ›

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The price! At $2.45, it is a great price and we shall be stocking up on loaves.

By Crayfish on 17 July 2008 | Viewed 5420 times Read on ›

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