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    Bread from Trader Joe's?

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    "Brown Rice Bread" -- Gluten and wheat free, unsweetened.

    Ingredients: Brown rice flour, filtered water, tapioca flour, fresh yeast, safflower oil, rice bran, sea salt, xanthan gum, cellulose gum

    how is it?
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    please give some evidence? (like what ingredients?)
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    Haven't you read the book or the blog?
    1. Brown rice/rice bran: Grain--phytotoxins
    2. Safflower oil - Poly-unsaturated (easily turned into a trans-fat by heat) high in Omega 6.
    3. From Wiki:
    Xanthan gum (which is highly processed) may be derived from a variety of source products that are themselves common allergens, such as corn, wheat, or soy.

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    Definitely not primal since rice is a grain. And the polyunsaturated fats are definitely not ideal. This is more for people who don't follow primal/paleo but still want to eat a bread that would trigger their gluten sensitivities.

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