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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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Sanitarium Gluten Free Weet-Bix ›

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Family loved it.  Similar to original Weet-Bix but don’t go so soggy. Made from Sorghum grain. At $5 per box they compare well to other GF cereals cost wise (not so at $6.50 though).

Quote from my kids:
“Kids, what do you say about those GF weet-bix?”
Answer:
“Great, amazing, awesome, awesome, awesome!”

By Clare on 01 January 2015 | Viewed 2001 times Read on ›

Hubbards ‘Thank Goodness’ Almond Vanilla muesli ›

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Really nice cereal and really filling.  I just have it with some peaches or fruit to sweeten it up but it doesnt really need it.
I have mine with Rice milk too and really enjoying it.
Ive only recently started eating Gluten, Dairy free since an allergy test and this product was one I loved instantly.

By CaseyA on 06 August 2012 | Viewed 2865 times Read on ›

Wholegrain Organics: Amaranth Muesli ›

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300gr bag for $7.50, sold at the Feidling Market on Fridays. Can also be found on line at http://www.wholegrainorganics.co.nz

By Lj1958 on 04 April 2012 | Viewed 2433 times Read on ›

Vogel’s Cafe-Style Light Berry ›

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Sweet, berry flavoured, crunchy and yum. This product is made in New Zealand by the Vogel’s company. Contains at least 10% LSA, which is full of protein and healthy omega 3’s. Contains a variety of grains including rice,corn and buckwheat, as well as seeds, whole almonds and dried fruit. This really felt like I was having a treat for breakfast.

By Teresa on 12 April 2011 | Viewed 4584 times Read on ›

Hubbards Gluten Free Cornflakes ›

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Just as the description says, light flakes of corn with a hint of apple juice. The recipe is so simple, I’m surprised ‘regular’ cornflakes don’t follow suit. Low on sugar, no artificial sweetners, colours or flavourings. Proudly New Zealand made by a reputable company specialising in breakfast cereals. Also wheat free, dairy free and soy free.

By Teresa on 04 January 2010 | Viewed 8071 times Read on ›

Hubbards Gluten Free Cocoa Puffs ›

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Tasty, sweet and crunchy - very similar to infamous kids cereal, Cocoa Pops. These are fantastic, my son who can also eat wheat, didn’t really notice too much of a difference and has been bugging me all day to have them for breakfast again tomorrow. They are also don’t contain any artificial colours or sweetners. Gluten free, wheat free, dairy free and soy free. Another bonus, is that it’s made right here in New Zealand!

By Teresa on 04 January 2010 | Viewed 4672 times Read on ›

Healtheries Simple Berry Light Cereal ›

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It is Wheat and Gluten free, only contains 1.3 grams of fat per serving. Tastes amazing, contains real berries and is a good source of fibre. It is also great because it is made right here in New Zealand which I am a great fan of.

By Ruzti on 02 April 2009 | Viewed 4696 times Read on ›

Vogel’s Cafe Style Light ›

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Where to start? It was delicious, crunchy, and tasty and I loved the added bonus of a hint of cinnamon. What I really liked about the product is that it is made by Vogels, a company that I was always quite partial to when I ate gluten. They have also put buckwheat groats into the cereal mix as well as whole linseeds which is very uncommon, but very much appreciated. Yummy!!!! Also another bonus was that I brought it from my normal supermarket Pack n Save on special.

By Teresa on 17 July 2008 | Viewed 10632 times Read on ›

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