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    Is there any bread that's good for you?

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    i did search on here. found some almond bread recipies then found conflicting opinions.
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    I make my own bread with almond meal. I only make 2-4 slices at a time as I don't eat it very often but if you would like the recipe I will post for you :-)

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    Yep
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    Country life make a few good gluten free breads with Rice and tapica flour. It's pretty good stuff. Almond meal is pretty high in Omega 6 and can oxidise when heated. And it tends to taste pretty nasty for bread, imo.
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    Sweet, cheers.
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    If I were going to start eating bread again, I would choose homemade, long-fermented sourdough bread. The fermentation process reduces some of the anti-nutrients. I would eat it with good quality butter.
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    Possibly Ezekiel? Not primal, but likely better than most store-bought bread.
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    In with the bad pun-- SWEETBREADS! (aka as thymus and pancreas offal)-- a healthy and delicious "bread"! made from all animal ingredients.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASmallOne View Post
    In with the bad pun-- SWEETBREADS! (aka as thymus and pancreas offal)-- a healthy and delicious "bread"! made from all animal ingredients.
    this sounds like the kinda thing i'm after... got any favourite recipies?

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    I'm not much of one for recipes, since I'm allergic to everything, but here's how I cook it:

    Stovetop Thymus

    realize I was being completely sarcastic about the bread thing here... it's literally two glands, usually from veal, with very misleading nominclature.
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