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Offline Lauren  
#1 Posted : Sunday, June 03, 2012 6:48:54 AM(UTC)
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My husband found this link to bread that is gluten free, sugar free, carb free, yeast free. It looks like we can have it. The only thing I am not sure about is it has Organic gluten free oat fiber. GI= zero.
Here are the ingredients: Purified Water, Organic Gluten Free Oat Fiber, Egg Whites, Psyllium, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda.

Here is a link for all the information. http://www.julianbakery....roduct/carbzero-regular/

I hope we can have this!! It looks fantastic!!!
Please check it out and tell me what you guys think!! So excited!!
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Lauren
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#2 Posted : Sunday, June 03, 2012 8:17:02 AM(UTC)
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Lauren;
The information doesn’t explain anything other than the fiber is “Oat Fiber” – so it’s really impossible to say one way or another whether it’s the correct type of oat bran – but it doesn’t read “oat bran” does it.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, June 03, 2012 11:59:20 AM(UTC)
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maybe you could email them or call them and find out...would be worth it i think!!!
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#4 Posted : Sunday, June 03, 2012 1:13:05 PM(UTC)
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"Gluten free and Carb-free"

Are these people wizards?
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#5 Posted : Sunday, June 03, 2012 7:24:14 PM(UTC)
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If you read through the comments on the link provided, it's mentioned that the bread does contain carbs from the oat fiber, although not from starch. Anyway, I don't think carbs are your biggest worry. I'd ask them about the "oat fiber" as Able mentioned. Is it from oat bran or regular oats?
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#6 Posted : Monday, June 04, 2012 6:25:29 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for all the replies :). I will call.
Love,
Lauren
Offline Lauren  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, June 06, 2012 3:43:42 PM(UTC)
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The reply I received. "Oat fiber is from hulled oats so you may be able to have it but not sure. You may be better off waiting until June 29th for our new grainless Paleo Bread."
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, June 06, 2012 5:38:48 PM(UTC)
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I hope it has some good ingredients. i tell ya, i have tried and tried and tried to make some good bread. it smells terrible and the texture is so heavy. i would love to have some regular tasting and textured bread. Bread has been the biggest issue i have had. So please let us know if you come up with anything...
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#9 Posted : Friday, June 08, 2012 12:31:08 AM(UTC)
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well i went to the link...and found this other bread. it appears this one is perfect...


http://www.julianbakery....t-carb-gf-3-gluten-free/


and to answer the Oat Fiber question..upon googling..i found this info..maybe it better explains the first post link by Lauren


Oat fiber is more concentrated than oat bran and has 90% dietary fiber by weight. Fiber helps regulate digestive health and may help regulate blood glucose sugar levels.
Oat Fiber can be used in recipes to increase a food's fiber content; use in breads, cookies, muffins, rolls and more.

The carb Zero bread has 9 grams of carbs and zero sugars.
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Offline Shannon29  
#10 Posted : Monday, June 18, 2012 6:29:15 AM(UTC)
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well i went to the link...and found this other bread. it appears this one is perfect...


http://www.julianbakery....-carb-gf-3-gluten-free/


Doggiemama,

I found a local health food store that carries this bread and went over there to get some. They had to special order it for me because they say that it tastes horrible and doesn't sell. I ordered a loaf anyway just to see for myself how bad it is, but I'm sure I will be able to make due with it if I slather enough Eden organic ACV mustard on it! My attempts to make soda bread have just been pitiful. I will let you know how it is when it arrives next week.
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, June 20, 2012 9:18:06 AM(UTC)
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well i ordered some..they were right. its horrible. went in the trash..!!! my nasty smelling bread tasted better.
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DoggieMama
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#12 Posted : Wednesday, June 20, 2012 10:05:49 AM(UTC)
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Try out my teff/buckwheat/coconut/almond flour bread, it looks like bread, texture of bread...but it certainly doesn't taste like regular bread (lol). I think it tastes good though and eat it twice a day. Slather on some coconut oil for it to taste good!

http://www.thecandidadie...talmond-flour-bread.aspx

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Offline Doggiemama  
#13 Posted : Wednesday, June 20, 2012 12:28:29 PM(UTC)
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Raster..isnt the Teff dark in color? i know buckwheat is..so that to me doesnt look like bread..it looks really dark in color..do you have a way around that?
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#14 Posted : Wednesday, June 20, 2012 1:27:59 PM(UTC)
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Teff flour is rather brown with an orange like hue and buckwheat is brown with a bluish like hue. The bread does come out dark, almost as dark as wheat or rye bread.

I may have used a wet cup for measurements vs. a dry cup and need to figure out whether I have the recipe right on. It needs to get mighty thick when you mix it.

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