Why Gluten-Free? Day 30
Smart Flour Foods, Franz Gluten-Free, and Saratoga Bakery sent in their gluten free breads. I’ll address the elephant in the room right this moment. I know I’ve set out this challenge to consume wheat bread products, so why am I eating gluten-free when I’m not celiac? I really had a tough time with this issue. It made sense to stick to my wheat-only bread diet. But I broke down when I got a note from a gluten-free baker, which wanted my opinion on their gluten-free bread.
You see, when I first started to build BAKERpedia, my intent was to help every baker that needed help. It is hard for me to turn my back when I get a passionate note from a baker thanking me for eating their bread. I really can’t say no to this. Therefore, I dedicate this blog to all the gluten-free bakers out there. You are all doing well because you are putting superior tasting multigrain products out there for your gluten intolerant customers.
For that, I really want to thank you, and provide you this platform to showcase your products. Keep baking, keep growing, and I am honored to be part of your gluten-free baking journey.
Here’s what I ate on Day 30 of EB90:
|Smart Flour Foods® GF Hoagie||1 (135g)||330|
|Franz® GF Cinnamon Raisin||4 Slices (40)||400|
|Franz® GF 7 grain||3 slices (40g)||240|
|Saratoga® GF Bun||1 bun ( 60g)||220|
|Apricot Sugar-Free Jam||2 Tbsp||40|
|Ricotta Cheese||1/4 C||100|
|Philledelpia cream cheese spread||1 Tbsp||40|
|Kale (cooked)||1 C||33|
|Roasted Vegetables||1 Tbsp||100|