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Sunday, December 6, 2009

gluten free bread lover

gf bread, originally uploaded by elanaspantry.
in our search for the best ‘tastes almost like wheat’ bread, we have come across a lot of different types of gluten free varieties. if you live in vancouver, there are many options to choose from including two local bakeries who provide fresh rice bread daily. Choices Rice Bakery and Panne Rizo are two local bakeries in Kitsilano who make a large variety of gluten free breads, buns, muffins and a host of desserts such as butter tarts and brownies.

Choices Rice Bakery provides six varieties of rice bread: flaxseed, brown rice, soda, cinnamon raisin, multiseed and sourdough. breads come fresh everyday, unsliced. rice bakery products are available in all Choices Markets, however, with the exception of the 16th avenue location, are often in limited supply.

Panne Rizo, located on cornwall at cypress, is a small bakery deli that bakes flax bread, fresh daily, and comes sliced. day old bread is also sold for a reduced price. Panne Rizo also makes great sandwiches and soup, crackers, and a range of desserts, pies, and cookies. the Choices Rice Bakery is less expensive on average to Panne Rizo, and is also open seven days a week.

other gluten free companies such as
Glutino and Kinnikinnick also carry gluten free breads, and bread mixes, that are quite good as well and can be found at major supermarkets such as Safeway and Save –On Foods. typically Glutino and Kinnikinnick bread products are found in the freezer isle. Bobs Red Mill also makes excellent bread, cookie and brownie mixes.

if you prefer to make your own bread, I recently discovered a bread maker made by Cuisinart that has a gluten free setting. this model is available at
London Drugs.

enjoy your bread!   Robyn.


choices rice bakery   |   panne rizo

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5 comments:

Trish said...

A gluten free bread maker. Wow....cool!

Yes, I am now watching labels and becoming familiar with Glutino and Kinnikinnick. I also want to try Bobs Red Mill mixes. Have you?

andrea mclean said...

Hi Trish, I have used Bob's red mill waffle/ pancake mix, and it's nice. It makes very nice pancakes, although I haven't tried making waffles yet, I will be this weekend at friend's place for brunch. We'll be doing one waffle maker with gluten, and another without, I can't wait to see how the waffles turn out.

The other mix I use often is B.R.M. Brownie mix, I have made it in an 8"x8" pan for a birthday cake, and I have also used it to make cupcakes, which were devoured by everyone. I make them with this recipe for french vanilla buttercream that was featured on the Martha Stewart Show http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/vanilla-french-buttercream, it's a it labour intensive, but worth it!

BobKevin said...

We tried Panne Rizo's fococcia bread...not so good. At least I didn't like it (non-celiac). Celiac said it was ok.. but you had to put something on it.

He absolutely loves Glutino's muffin mix (sometimes hard to find but IGA was nice enough to order it in if you don't see it). He says it's the closest thing to the *Real* thing. We bought 6 boxes of this stuff.

So far, I've made original, apple spice, and chocolate muffins (using real cocoa). Brownies are also good.

Haven't tried Pamela's brownie mix yet but it's sitting in the cupboard.

Mark Pritchard said...

Try East Village Bakery. They have amazing breads, pastries, and deserts that are gluten free! http://www.eastvillagebakery.com/East_Village_Bakery/East_Village_Bakery.html

andrea said...

Hi Mark, thanks for your comment, sorry for the delay in responding, but we have actually migrated to another web address, you can find our active website and blog at http://www.glutenfree-vancouver.com

We know about the East Village Bakery, however as it is not a dedicated gluten free facility, we as celiacs cannot taste test the baking, and therefore cannot provide critical feedback to our readers. Their products do look amazing, and we have suggested they consider going all gf.

Thanks for reading our blog, and providing comment!

Andrea

Sunday, December 6, 2009

gluten free bread lover

gf bread, originally uploaded by elanaspantry.
in our search for the best ‘tastes almost like wheat’ bread, we have come across a lot of different types of gluten free varieties. if you live in vancouver, there are many options to choose from including two local bakeries who provide fresh rice bread daily. Choices Rice Bakery and Panne Rizo are two local bakeries in Kitsilano who make a large variety of gluten free breads, buns, muffins and a host of desserts such as butter tarts and brownies.

Choices Rice Bakery provides six varieties of rice bread: flaxseed, brown rice, soda, cinnamon raisin, multiseed and sourdough. breads come fresh everyday, unsliced. rice bakery products are available in all Choices Markets, however, with the exception of the 16th avenue location, are often in limited supply.

Panne Rizo, located on cornwall at cypress, is a small bakery deli that bakes flax bread, fresh daily, and comes sliced. day old bread is also sold for a reduced price. Panne Rizo also makes great sandwiches and soup, crackers, and a range of desserts, pies, and cookies. the Choices Rice Bakery is less expensive on average to Panne Rizo, and is also open seven days a week.

other gluten free companies such as
Glutino and Kinnikinnick also carry gluten free breads, and bread mixes, that are quite good as well and can be found at major supermarkets such as Safeway and Save –On Foods. typically Glutino and Kinnikinnick bread products are found in the freezer isle. Bobs Red Mill also makes excellent bread, cookie and brownie mixes.

if you prefer to make your own bread, I recently discovered a bread maker made by Cuisinart that has a gluten free setting. this model is available at
London Drugs.

enjoy your bread!   Robyn.


choices rice bakery   |   panne rizo

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5 comments:

Trish said...

A gluten free bread maker. Wow....cool!

Yes, I am now watching labels and becoming familiar with Glutino and Kinnikinnick. I also want to try Bobs Red Mill mixes. Have you?

andrea mclean said...

Hi Trish, I have used Bob's red mill waffle/ pancake mix, and it's nice. It makes very nice pancakes, although I haven't tried making waffles yet, I will be this weekend at friend's place for brunch. We'll be doing one waffle maker with gluten, and another without, I can't wait to see how the waffles turn out.

The other mix I use often is B.R.M. Brownie mix, I have made it in an 8"x8" pan for a birthday cake, and I have also used it to make cupcakes, which were devoured by everyone. I make them with this recipe for french vanilla buttercream that was featured on the Martha Stewart Show http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/vanilla-french-buttercream, it's a it labour intensive, but worth it!

BobKevin said...

We tried Panne Rizo's fococcia bread...not so good. At least I didn't like it (non-celiac). Celiac said it was ok.. but you had to put something on it.

He absolutely loves Glutino's muffin mix (sometimes hard to find but IGA was nice enough to order it in if you don't see it). He says it's the closest thing to the *Real* thing. We bought 6 boxes of this stuff.

So far, I've made original, apple spice, and chocolate muffins (using real cocoa). Brownies are also good.

Haven't tried Pamela's brownie mix yet but it's sitting in the cupboard.

Mark Pritchard said...

Try East Village Bakery. They have amazing breads, pastries, and deserts that are gluten free! http://www.eastvillagebakery.com/East_Village_Bakery/East_Village_Bakery.html

andrea said...

Hi Mark, thanks for your comment, sorry for the delay in responding, but we have actually migrated to another web address, you can find our active website and blog at http://www.glutenfree-vancouver.com

We know about the East Village Bakery, however as it is not a dedicated gluten free facility, we as celiacs cannot taste test the baking, and therefore cannot provide critical feedback to our readers. Their products do look amazing, and we have suggested they consider going all gf.

Thanks for reading our blog, and providing comment!

Andrea

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Sunday, December 6, 2009

gluten free bread lover

gf bread, originally uploaded by elanaspantry.
in our search for the best ‘tastes almost like wheat’ bread, we have come across a lot of different types of gluten free varieties. if you live in vancouver, there are many options to choose from including two local bakeries who provide fresh rice bread daily. Choices Rice Bakery and Panne Rizo are two local bakeries in Kitsilano who make a large variety of gluten free breads, buns, muffins and a host of desserts such as butter tarts and brownies.

Choices Rice Bakery provides six varieties of rice bread: flaxseed, brown rice, soda, cinnamon raisin, multiseed and sourdough. breads come fresh everyday, unsliced. rice bakery products are available in all Choices Markets, however, with the exception of the 16th avenue location, are often in limited supply.

Panne Rizo, located on cornwall at cypress, is a small bakery deli that bakes flax bread, fresh daily, and comes sliced. day old bread is also sold for a reduced price. Panne Rizo also makes great sandwiches and soup, crackers, and a range of desserts, pies, and cookies. the Choices Rice Bakery is less expensive on average to Panne Rizo, and is also open seven days a week.

other gluten free companies such as
Glutino and Kinnikinnick also carry gluten free breads, and bread mixes, that are quite good as well and can be found at major supermarkets such as Safeway and Save –On Foods. typically Glutino and Kinnikinnick bread products are found in the freezer isle. Bobs Red Mill also makes excellent bread, cookie and brownie mixes.

if you prefer to make your own bread, I recently discovered a bread maker made by Cuisinart that has a gluten free setting. this model is available at
London Drugs.

enjoy your bread!   Robyn.


choices rice bakery   |   panne rizo

Share

5 comments:

Trish said...

A gluten free bread maker. Wow....cool!

Yes, I am now watching labels and becoming familiar with Glutino and Kinnikinnick. I also want to try Bobs Red Mill mixes. Have you?

andrea mclean said...

Hi Trish, I have used Bob's red mill waffle/ pancake mix, and it's nice. It makes very nice pancakes, although I haven't tried making waffles yet, I will be this weekend at friend's place for brunch. We'll be doing one waffle maker with gluten, and another without, I can't wait to see how the waffles turn out.

The other mix I use often is B.R.M. Brownie mix, I have made it in an 8"x8" pan for a birthday cake, and I have also used it to make cupcakes, which were devoured by everyone. I make them with this recipe for french vanilla buttercream that was featured on the Martha Stewart Show http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/vanilla-french-buttercream, it's a it labour intensive, but worth it!

BobKevin said...

We tried Panne Rizo's fococcia bread...not so good. At least I didn't like it (non-celiac). Celiac said it was ok.. but you had to put something on it.

He absolutely loves Glutino's muffin mix (sometimes hard to find but IGA was nice enough to order it in if you don't see it). He says it's the closest thing to the *Real* thing. We bought 6 boxes of this stuff.

So far, I've made original, apple spice, and chocolate muffins (using real cocoa). Brownies are also good.

Haven't tried Pamela's brownie mix yet but it's sitting in the cupboard.

Mark Pritchard said...

Try East Village Bakery. They have amazing breads, pastries, and deserts that are gluten free! http://www.eastvillagebakery.com/East_Village_Bakery/East_Village_Bakery.html

andrea said...

Hi Mark, thanks for your comment, sorry for the delay in responding, but we have actually migrated to another web address, you can find our active website and blog at http://www.glutenfree-vancouver.com

We know about the East Village Bakery, however as it is not a dedicated gluten free facility, we as celiacs cannot taste test the baking, and therefore cannot provide critical feedback to our readers. Their products do look amazing, and we have suggested they consider going all gf.

Thanks for reading our blog, and providing comment!

Andrea

Sunday, December 6, 2009

gluten free bread lover

gf bread, originally uploaded by elanaspantry.
in our search for the best ‘tastes almost like wheat’ bread, we have come across a lot of different types of gluten free varieties. if you live in vancouver, there are many options to choose from including two local bakeries who provide fresh rice bread daily. Choices Rice Bakery and Panne Rizo are two local bakeries in Kitsilano who make a large variety of gluten free breads, buns, muffins and a host of desserts such as butter tarts and brownies.

Choices Rice Bakery provides six varieties of rice bread: flaxseed, brown rice, soda, cinnamon raisin, multiseed and sourdough. breads come fresh everyday, unsliced. rice bakery products are available in all Choices Markets, however, with the exception of the 16th avenue location, are often in limited supply.

Panne Rizo, located on cornwall at cypress, is a small bakery deli that bakes flax bread, fresh daily, and comes sliced. day old bread is also sold for a reduced price. Panne Rizo also makes great sandwiches and soup, crackers, and a range of desserts, pies, and cookies. the Choices Rice Bakery is less expensive on average to Panne Rizo, and is also open seven days a week.

other gluten free companies such as
Glutino and Kinnikinnick also carry gluten free breads, and bread mixes, that are quite good as well and can be found at major supermarkets such as Safeway and Save –On Foods. typically Glutino and Kinnikinnick bread products are found in the freezer isle. Bobs Red Mill also makes excellent bread, cookie and brownie mixes.

if you prefer to make your own bread, I recently discovered a bread maker made by Cuisinart that has a gluten free setting. this model is available at
London Drugs.

enjoy your bread!   Robyn.


choices rice bakery   |   panne rizo

Share

5 comments:

Trish said...

A gluten free bread maker. Wow....cool!

Yes, I am now watching labels and becoming familiar with Glutino and Kinnikinnick. I also want to try Bobs Red Mill mixes. Have you?

andrea mclean said...

Hi Trish, I have used Bob's red mill waffle/ pancake mix, and it's nice. It makes very nice pancakes, although I haven't tried making waffles yet, I will be this weekend at friend's place for brunch. We'll be doing one waffle maker with gluten, and another without, I can't wait to see how the waffles turn out.

The other mix I use often is B.R.M. Brownie mix, I have made it in an 8"x8" pan for a birthday cake, and I have also used it to make cupcakes, which were devoured by everyone. I make them with this recipe for french vanilla buttercream that was featured on the Martha Stewart Show http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/vanilla-french-buttercream, it's a it labour intensive, but worth it!

BobKevin said...

We tried Panne Rizo's fococcia bread...not so good. At least I didn't like it (non-celiac). Celiac said it was ok.. but you had to put something on it.

He absolutely loves Glutino's muffin mix (sometimes hard to find but IGA was nice enough to order it in if you don't see it). He says it's the closest thing to the *Real* thing. We bought 6 boxes of this stuff.

So far, I've made original, apple spice, and chocolate muffins (using real cocoa). Brownies are also good.

Haven't tried Pamela's brownie mix yet but it's sitting in the cupboard.

Mark Pritchard said...

Try East Village Bakery. They have amazing breads, pastries, and deserts that are gluten free! http://www.eastvillagebakery.com/East_Village_Bakery/East_Village_Bakery.html

andrea said...

Hi Mark, thanks for your comment, sorry for the delay in responding, but we have actually migrated to another web address, you can find our active website and blog at http://www.glutenfree-vancouver.com

We know about the East Village Bakery, however as it is not a dedicated gluten free facility, we as celiacs cannot taste test the baking, and therefore cannot provide critical feedback to our readers. Their products do look amazing, and we have suggested they consider going all gf.

Thanks for reading our blog, and providing comment!

Andrea

Sunday, December 6, 2009

gluten free bread lover

gf bread, originally uploaded by elanaspantry.
in our search for the best ‘tastes almost like wheat’ bread, we have come across a lot of different types of gluten free varieties. if you live in vancouver, there are many options to choose from including two local bakeries who provide fresh rice bread daily. Choices Rice Bakery and Panne Rizo are two local bakeries in Kitsilano who make a large variety of gluten free breads, buns, muffins and a host of desserts such as butter tarts and brownies.

Choices Rice Bakery provides six varieties of rice bread: flaxseed, brown rice, soda, cinnamon raisin, multiseed and sourdough. breads come fresh everyday, unsliced. rice bakery products are available in all Choices Markets, however, with the exception of the 16th avenue location, are often in limited supply.

Panne Rizo, located on cornwall at cypress, is a small bakery deli that bakes flax bread, fresh daily, and comes sliced. day old bread is also sold for a reduced price. Panne Rizo also makes great sandwiches and soup, crackers, and a range of desserts, pies, and cookies. the Choices Rice Bakery is less expensive on average to Panne Rizo, and is also open seven days a week.

other gluten free companies such as
Glutino and Kinnikinnick also carry gluten free breads, and bread mixes, that are quite good as well and can be found at major supermarkets such as Safeway and Save –On Foods. typically Glutino and Kinnikinnick bread products are found in the freezer isle. Bobs Red Mill also makes excellent bread, cookie and brownie mixes.

if you prefer to make your own bread, I recently discovered a bread maker made by Cuisinart that has a gluten free setting. this model is available at
London Drugs.

enjoy your bread!   Robyn.


choices rice bakery   |   panne rizo

Share

5 comments:

Trish said...

A gluten free bread maker. Wow....cool!

Yes, I am now watching labels and becoming familiar with Glutino and Kinnikinnick. I also want to try Bobs Red Mill mixes. Have you?

andrea mclean said...

Hi Trish, I have used Bob's red mill waffle/ pancake mix, and it's nice. It makes very nice pancakes, although I haven't tried making waffles yet, I will be this weekend at friend's place for brunch. We'll be doing one waffle maker with gluten, and another without, I can't wait to see how the waffles turn out.

The other mix I use often is B.R.M. Brownie mix, I have made it in an 8"x8" pan for a birthday cake, and I have also used it to make cupcakes, which were devoured by everyone. I make them with this recipe for french vanilla buttercream that was featured on the Martha Stewart Show http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/vanilla-french-buttercream, it's a it labour intensive, but worth it!

BobKevin said...

We tried Panne Rizo's fococcia bread...not so good. At least I didn't like it (non-celiac). Celiac said it was ok.. but you had to put something on it.

He absolutely loves Glutino's muffin mix (sometimes hard to find but IGA was nice enough to order it in if you don't see it). He says it's the closest thing to the *Real* thing. We bought 6 boxes of this stuff.

So far, I've made original, apple spice, and chocolate muffins (using real cocoa). Brownies are also good.

Haven't tried Pamela's brownie mix yet but it's sitting in the cupboard.

Mark Pritchard said...

Try East Village Bakery. They have amazing breads, pastries, and deserts that are gluten free! http://www.eastvillagebakery.com/East_Village_Bakery/East_Village_Bakery.html

andrea said...

Hi Mark, thanks for your comment, sorry for the delay in responding, but we have actually migrated to another web address, you can find our active website and blog at http://www.glutenfree-vancouver.com

We know about the East Village Bakery, however as it is not a dedicated gluten free facility, we as celiacs cannot taste test the baking, and therefore cannot provide critical feedback to our readers. Their products do look amazing, and we have suggested they consider going all gf.

Thanks for reading our blog, and providing comment!

Andrea