This past weekend we were at our friend’s lake home with several families and brought some food staples, including our gluten-free bread. I prefer our children to eat gluten-free, but they eat everything: gluten and gluten-free.
At one point I didn’t keep bread in the house, but that quickly became a bone of contention and the “I just want to eat a sandwich!” pleas wore me down. We tried a bunch of different brands of gluten-free bread, never found one that brought delight, and settled on Canyon Bakehouse 7-Grain. The “I just want normal bread” moans continued and the only person excited to eat our bread was Grandpa (Go, Papa!).
Luckily, I overheard a friend talking about how her family loves Rumi’s Passion Challah bread. It took me a while, but eventually, I made the trip and bought a loaf. Hello, happiness!!! Rumi’s bakery has mastered the taste and texture of sandwich bread and it’s gluten-free!
When I brought a loaf of it this past weekend to my friend’s lake home, I figured no one would eat it, including our children. Surprise! The kids devoured the loaf within 24 hours, eating slices right out of the bag with smiles on their faces. I overheard one daughter say: “Mom, this bread is awesome!”, which I admit made my entire being happy.
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About the Author: Dr. Sue McCreadie
Sue McCreadie, MD (aka Dr. Sue) is a board-certified pediatric physician and mom of three, with two decades of experience helping thousands of families achieve vibrant health naturally. In her pediatric practice, she helps children achieve health naturally by adapting their diet and lifestyle to optimize their genetics. Since transforming her health and wealth through a science-backed nutritional system, Dr. Sue helps other women and healthcare practitioners live their best life fit and financially free. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with her husband, Dave, and their three children, Kaitlin, Elle, and Addison. www.FitFemFree.com