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Wheat Free products in the UK

robbie.lockie Jul 21, 2009 06:47 AM

Hi Everyone,

I am new to the forums of CHOW and wanted to ask about wheat free products in the UK, I have recently started cutting out bread due to problems digesting anything with wheat in it.

Does anyone know where in London I can get decent bread that is wheat free.

Is it;

1. Always so damn hard
2. allways so small, all the loafs i have found are tiny.

Any advice and tips on this would be fantastic.

Thank you

  1. zuriga1 Jul 21, 2009 07:56 AM

    This page has some good suggestions although I notice it's a few years old. I've seen wheat-free products in my neighbourhood supermarkets, but have never looked for breads, per se, but they do have other products.


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    1. re: zuriga1
      robbie.lockie Jul 27, 2009 09:00 AM

      Hi there! Thank you! Much appreciated!

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      YummaYum Feb 7, 2010 04:07 AM

      Have you tried Genius bread? It's pretty good, soft, and the loaves are a reasonable sized though they are not pre-sliced. http://www.geniusglutenfree.com/

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        Harters Feb 7, 2010 06:02 AM

        I think Sainsbury does a largish range of wheat free. Never looked too closely so I don't know how wide the range is, or what the quality.

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