First of all, you have to watch this video my kids made to show you just how easy this is!
Did you watch it? How cute is that?! Now you can read on :)
So you’ve decided to veto the bread in your house. Congrats! Let me guess, it's implement this change in your own diet than it is in your children’s diet? You're not alone. After all, the sandwich has been the staple of children’s lunches for kind of a long time.
The good news is, you don’t need to pack lettuce wraps in their lunchboxes. You can make gluten-free bread at home. No paying $6.00 for a very small, tasteless, frozen loaf of UDI’s from the grocery store. No mixing up 10 different exotic gluten-free flours with a 50% success rate. No more temptation to just give-in and buy one of the many softer, cheaper varieties of white or wheat bread available.
Thanks to someone wonderful named Pamela, we have this product to make our lives that much easier. I use a bread maker (which are totally inexpensive and 100% worth buying). All you do is dump in the ingredients and press a button. It doesn’t get any easier than that. And aside from measuring properly, this is basically fool proof. Even a non-baker (like myself) can pull this off.
If you buy the 3-pack of 4 lb bags, you’re paying less than $4.00 for the loaf of bread. No running to the store for bread, no more cringing when you read gluten articles because your family eats gluten every day, and in the off chance you want to have a slice of bread, there’s no guilt.
PS: If you’re not sure if you should eliminate gluten, I’ll go ahead and tell you, you probably should. At least try eliminating it for approximately 3 weeks, then add it back in and see how you feel. You’ve probably had enough already in your life to last 10 lifetimes. The symptoms of gluten intolerance are many, including:
digestive issues, headaches, fatigue, mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, asthma/allergies, skin conditions (itching, rashes, keratosis pilaris or “chicken skin” on the back of your arms, inflammation, swelling or pain, just to name a few...
PPS: For other ways to save money while eating healthy, check out this monster list.