I am not sure what took me so long, but today I had my first slice of Schar Classic White Gluten Free Bread. When I first opened the air-tight packaging, I smelled something that I have smelled in quite some time, bread. The warm and luscious smell reminded me of actual wheat flour white bread. After smelling the sweetness I as could not get the slice out and into my mouth fast enough. As soon as I took the first bite, I knew I had found what I consider to be the best gluten free sandwich bread I have eaten since 2007. Amazingly, there was no toaster was invovlved in the enjoyment of that wondersul slice of gluten free bread.
My 8-year old son, who is not a fan of gluten free bread, took a wiff and a gander of the bread, grabbed one and before I knew it, it was gone. That seals the deal: this is now our family’s sandwich bread. Sorry to dismiss you, the unamed breads I have been eating for so long, but you just don’t measure up anymore.
I have tried one other Schar product recently, their french bread, and was equally enthralled and pledged everlasting loyalty to that baguet of wonderfulness.
Here are the ingredients of Schar Classic White Gluten Free Bread: water, sourdough (rice flour, water), corn starch, potato starch, millet flour, palm oil, rice starch, rice syrup, soy protein, yeast, psyllium seed husks (vegetable fiber), guar gum, sugar, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, salt, calcium citrate, tartaric acid, folic acid. CONTAINS SOY.
According to Schar’s website, they now have new Hearty Grain and Hearty White Frozen Breads that I can’t wait to try. As soon as I do, I will let you know about them.