A recent visit to Melbourne meant bringing back to Sydney a haul of GF Precinct products. As I have blogged about previously, this bakery is making brilliant gluten-free bread that (in my opinion) is a cut above all the rest.
As I’ve said before, amazingly, GF Precinct bread can be eaten without toasting and keeps very well without freezing. Of course it also freezes really well – which is helpful given I brought back so many loaves!
Previously, I had always stayed true to my first love – the buckwheat & chia bread, however this trip, I have broadened my horizons.
For white gluten-free bread, the house white loaf was pretty darn good and toasted up a treat. Look at all these lovely air holes! Being high GI, this loaf needs to be eaten in moderation if watching your carb intake.
The quinoa & soy (also contains linseed) was equally as good as the buckwheat & chia. Makes great BLT sandwiches.
Quinoa and Soya
The fruit loaf was nice, although I prefer the other varieties, it was nice for change of pace and served toasted with a good slather of high quality butter.
Besides the varieties of bread, I also tried the wraps – which were unusual in texture and quite moist – unlike the pieces of cardboard normally passed off as gluten-free wraps.
My favourite new item is the pizza base! WINNER! These made excellent pizzas and have to be the best commercial made pizza base I’ve tried, and whilst thin in style, we couldn’t tell they were gluten-free 🙂
Oh and since I last blogged about them, GF Precinct now has a website, not just a Facebook page – yay!
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