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REVIEWS

3.7

Rating

14

Reviews

Tasty

(3)

Pricey

(2)

Salty

(1)

Good Value

(1)

Pantry Staple

(1)

0

Delicious bread

I eat this all the time. Very good.

abcasdasd

0

Awful

Absolutely hated this bread - it had a gritty, sandy texture, dry and bland sawdust taste, literally fell apart in my hands as I tried to eat a sandwich. A sad, gross mess. Will never buy again.

leichta

0

Is Low Fodmap

Idk why these other 3 reviews seem so upset that it isn’t low fodmap when it is because agave syrup is low fodmap at 1tsp. Which there definitely isn’t that much agave per slice, you probably have to eat like 3 slices to get close to that. I just came up with that number but you should be fine at 2 slices

AndersonKen

0

Not Low Fodmap

How can this bread be low fodmap when Agave is an ingredient at the top of its list. It makes me gaseous . Also I have noticed that some cereals from natures path that are very clean but have molasses towards end of list are not compliant yet RICE CHEX made by big company is compliant and has molasses this seems a bit odd to me. How do they really determine what is low fodmap and what isn't ???

gfgal

0

Not Low Fodmap

How can this bread be low fodmap when Agave is an ingredient at the top of its list. It makes me gaseous . Also I have noticed that some cereals from natures path that are very clean but have molasses towards end of list are not compliant yet RICE CHEX made by big company is compliant and has molasses this seems a bit odd to me. How do they really determine what is low fodmap and what isn't ???

gfgal

Canyon Bakehouse Gluten Free Mountain White Bread

DIETARY INFO

Combine multiple diets

Is it Gluten Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is gluten free.

Is it Low FODMAP?

Yes! This product has tested low FODMAP or been approved by a dietitian.

Is it Corn Free?

This product may or may not be corn free as it lists 2 ingredients that could contain corn depending on the source. We recommend contacting the manufacturer directly to confirm.

Is it Dairy Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is dairy free.

Is it Egg Free?

No. This product is not egg free as it lists 3 ingredients that contain egg.

Is it Fish Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian, making it suitable for fish free eaters as well.

Is it Milk Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is milk free.

Is it Oat Free?

Yes! We believe this product is oat free as there are no oat ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Peanut Free?

Yes! We believe this product is peanut free as there are no peanut ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Pescatarian?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegan, making it suitable for pescatarian eaters as well.

Is it Sesame Free?

Yes! We believe this product is sesame free as there are no sesame ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Shellfish Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian, making it suitable for shellfish free eaters as well.

Is it Soy Free?

Yes! We believe this product is soy free as there are no soy ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Tree Nut Free?

Yes! We believe this product is tree nut free as there are no tree nut ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Vegan?

No. This product is not vegan as it lists 3 ingredients that derive from animals and 2 ingredients that could derive from animals depending on the source.

Is it Vegetarian?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian.

Is it Wheat Free?

Yes! We believe this product is wheat free as there are no wheat ingredients listed on the label.

INGREDIENTS

WATER, BROWN RICE FLOUR, TAPIOCA FLOUR, WHOLE GRAIN SORGHUM FLOUR, ORGANIC AGAVE SYRUP, CANE SUGAR, EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, CULTURED BROWN RICE FLOUR, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING: XANTHAN GUM, EGG WHITES, EGGS, YEAST, SEA SALT, ORGANIC CANE SUGAR VINEGAR, ENZYMES.

ALLERGENS

Contains: Egg

FACILITY / CROSS-CONTACT

Fish, Milk, Peanut, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, and Wheat free facility.

Egg products made on shared lines that are cleaned thoroughly between batches.

Manufacturer:

Canyon Bakehouse

DESCRIPTION

Canyon Bakehouse Gluten Free Mountain White Bread is a great option for those who are looking for a delicious and nutritious gluten free bread. People love this bread for its good flavor and soft texture. Reviewers have even said this bread is one of the best gluten free breads for making sandwiches and french toast.

REVIEWS

3.7

Rating

14

Reviews

Tasty

(3)

Pricey

(2)

Salty

(1)

Good Value

(1)

Pantry Staple

(1)

0

Delicious bread

I eat this all the time. Very good.

abcasdasd

0

Awful

Absolutely hated this bread - it had a gritty, sandy texture, dry and bland sawdust taste, literally fell apart in my hands as I tried to eat a sandwich. A sad, gross mess. Will never buy again.

leichta

0

Is Low Fodmap

Idk why these other 3 reviews seem so upset that it isn’t low fodmap when it is because agave syrup is low fodmap at 1tsp. Which there definitely isn’t that much agave per slice, you probably have to eat like 3 slices to get close to that. I just came up with that number but you should be fine at 2 slices

AndersonKen

0

Not Low Fodmap

How can this bread be low fodmap when Agave is an ingredient at the top of its list. It makes me gaseous . Also I have noticed that some cereals from natures path that are very clean but have molasses towards end of list are not compliant yet RICE CHEX made by big company is compliant and has molasses this seems a bit odd to me. How do they really determine what is low fodmap and what isn't ???

gfgal

0

Not Low Fodmap

How can this bread be low fodmap when Agave is an ingredient at the top of its list. It makes me gaseous . Also I have noticed that some cereals from natures path that are very clean but have molasses towards end of list are not compliant yet RICE CHEX made by big company is compliant and has molasses this seems a bit odd to me. How do they really determine what is low fodmap and what isn't ???

gfgal

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