Having trouble finding a good gluten free bread?
Most Glutino bread products are great, whether they are bagels, English muffins, bread, or pizza crusts. However, as many of us know, these can certainly rack up a huge bill. It's much cheaper to bake your own bread. I use the Pamela's bread mix. It's easy to bake and it's flavorful, nutritious, fluffy, and delicious. After baking, I cut it into slices and freeze it. When I want a slice, I take one out of the freezer and throw it in the toaster. (All gluten free bread should be kept frozen until eaten and toasted before eating, or it crumbles horribly.)
I tend to stay away from the rice breads because they are very dense.