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October 11, 2018

Seeded-Grain Bread by Eat More Bakery

by Anne Paddock

Finding a delicious loaf of gluten-free plant-based bread can be challenging because replicating the texture of wheat bread is difficult. Most gluten-free breads fall apart and lack the depth of flavor and texture inherent in breads made with wheat. But, not Seeded-Grain Bread by Eat More Bakery, a gluten-free bakery in Asheville, North Carolina that makes and sells this incredible loaf of bread for $7 a loaf.

Each 24 ounce loaf of Seeded-Grain Bread is made with 18 ingredients:

  • potato starch
  • organic quinoa flour
  • oat flour
  • tapioca starch
  • rolled oats, unsulphured molasses
  • olive oil
  • organic frown flax meal
  • millet seed
  • apple cider vinegar
  • natural sesame seeds
  • organic coconut sugar
  • yeast
  • baking powder
  • sea salt
  • poppy seeds
  • baking soda
  • zanthan gum
  • oat bran

Together, the above ingredients make one of the most delicious, gluten-free, vegan, tree nut-free savory breads available.  Moist and hearty, Seeded-Grain Bread has a distinctively nutty flavor and holds together perfectly. Lightly toast and enjoy with jam or for sandwiches. Each loaf provides about 14-15 slices of bread.

For local orders, order on-line for local pickup (loaves are baked on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and can be picked up fresh on those afternoons) or call 828-713-5222 or stop by the French Broad Co-Op at 90 Biltmore Avenue in downtown Asheville, and buy a loaf for $9.29. Store in the refrigerator and toast as needed.

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