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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

I love bread. But I can't eat gluten. I recently read an article about how celiacs became so prevalent after we all quit eating sourdough bread. The article is here:

Very interesting! And I like some sourdough bread. Any of you out there try it and find you can eat it when you can't eat regular wheat bread?

If you have a great sourdough bread recipe or a store brand you love, I'd be thrilled if you'd pass it along. I thought I might try it and see how I do. Oh if I were able to have regular buns and bread again it would be a miracle! :)

So help me out here if you can. And Merry Christmas! Our baby girl is coming to town on Thursday and I'm so excited to see her! She'd thank you for a sourdough option too because she can't eat gluten either.

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Colleen Coble  
posted at 10:14 AM  
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At 11:43 AM, Blogger Kristin said...

I had always heard that you could have sourdough bread, but of course I'm from San Francisco. LOL I made Cheryl and Mel eat it when they were out here. We were on Fisherman's Wharf. I WILLED them to believe me, but I don't know if they got sick. Did you Mel? Cheryl? All I can say is sourdough is worth it.

And I am NOT a bread person.

At 7:43 PM, Blogger Hannah Alexander said...

Nope, we didn't get sick, and it was delicious. Colleen, we didn't take a hit from it. I would love some right now because I'm on the Paleo Solution diet and I love bread.

Maybe we can find out where Alioto's on Fisherman's Wharf gets their bread. Sourdough is my very favorite bread...maybe my very favorite food.

At 12:30 AM, Blogger Kristin said...

Alioto's starter for its bread would be generations old. You have to let the starter sit and maybe get it from a nice Italian family. LOL Either that, or get a great brand. If I'm not in the city, my favorite brand is Watsonville Sourdough, but I think it's local They sell it at Whole Foods, and I go there first thing before they sell out of the sourdough. LOL

At 7:56 AM, Blogger SandieP said...

I don't bake bread, but my daughter bakes her own bread. I asked her about sourdough recipes and she sent me this link.

At 11:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Colleen! By coincidence, I blogged about sourdough starter and a sourdough recipe on my "fat blog" yesterday.

My Mom has been making sourdough bread for decades. I guess it's easier on diabetics?

At 12:54 PM, Blogger Family said...

If you are celiac you should never have wheat, barley or rye in any form. youu may not feel symptoms but you are still damaging your intestines and greatly increasing your risks of pancreatic cancer.


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