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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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Bakeworks Breadcrumbs ›

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What a great product! I don’t usually buy breadcrumbs as I’ve found just crumbling gluten free bread myself has always been sufficient, but this product takes it to another level. I made a type of macaroni cheese the other night and sprinkled these breadcrumbs on top as well as extra cheese and popped it under the grill, my goodness the whole family were raving and demanding seconds. Can’t wait to try it again as a coating for fresh fish.
It’s also full of yummy seeds so you get the added bonus of all those good omega oils.
Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Soy & Egg Free.

By Teresa on 05 April 2011 | Viewed 3781 times Read on ›

Laucke Easy Bakers Bread Mix ›

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Easy to make
Just add water / rise / bake / eat..Real value for little effort

The 1kg box contains two individual 500gm bags of baking mix, each makes one 850gm loaf of bread. Retails around $9.90 which works out at under $5.00 per loaf.

By Cookie Bear on 07 July 2009 | Viewed 6151 times Read on ›

Gluten Free Goodies Company Pancake Pikelet and Waffle Mix ›

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Cheap, light and fluffy when cooked up, my husband loves this too, really easy and heaps of recipe alternatives on their website… like the gorgeous corn fritters we had last week.  Can buy online or in supermarkets (New World and Woolworths at least)

By Rachel on 29 June 2009 | Viewed 3590 times Read on ›

Briwi Bread ›

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It tastes sensational!!!! you can make it as you would a pizza base then place what you dont need in the freezer and cook later. You can add herbs,more cheeses,Chocolate,dates,apricots,Guava Paste or whatever you like. It is traditionally eaten in Brazil as an appetizer which you stuff with roast Pork,Beef, or chicken. The different ways to prepare it are entirely up to you.

By Amazonia on 02 June 2009 | Viewed 3422 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 12086 times Read on ›

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