Two: Local is best
Three: Outside the loaf
Four: Do it yourself
Five: Let's go alternative
Part One: Store-bought. I've rounded up the top four store-bought (commercially produced) gluten-free breads I've tasted. Here they are a couple of snippets about them all. I really wanted to give my top five breads, but I honestly can't recommend any other store bought bread because they are either too pricey, have crappy ingredients, or just aren't that tasty. Sad, I know!
1) Chia Bread Soft, chewy, toastable, doesn't crumble or fall apart, super simple ingredients, awesome chia seeds, Canadian, and organic!
2) Flax Bread Chia's sister bread. Same goodness, only with the addition of flax!
3) Udi's bagels Whole grain, satisfies the bagel craving, not quite the cleanest ingredient list, but pretty tasty!
4) Brown Rice Bread Chewy, chewy, chewy! Toasts well. Perhaps a bit too gummy for some, but I don't mind the texture. Simple ingredients. Small bread slices, however.