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    The problem with "bread replacements"...

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    I want this guy's kitchen!

    That "bread" is not appetizing. If you want low-carb bread replacement, why not make it yourself anyway?
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    Funny stuff!
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    YUCKKKKKK!

    All the more reason to just avoid "bread" substitutes from the start.
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    That was hilarious.

    I watched a "diet" video once where the instructor told the students to use this bread because it's gluten-free. (The variety she was recommending is not.) I also saw where someone ate some while testing their blood glucose and found the "low-carb" claim is a scam. It digests identically to regular wheat bread.

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    Is the proper spelling "Faleo" or "Faileo?"

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    hahahahah homemade primal bread is the best

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    That is funny thanks for posting. Passed it on to my kids who eat GF bread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoHunter View Post
    YUCKKKKKK!

    All the more reason to just avoid "bread" substitutes from the start.
    +1

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    Tinned mackerel is a pretty good substitute for bread in many recipes and menus!

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