FeaturesJun/Jul 2016 Issue

Gluten-Free Breads of Brazil

Gluten-Free Breads of Brazil

Traditional Brazilian favorites are made without gluten

At almost every meal, Brazilians serve fresh bread or rolls. Many are made with either corn or tapioca (manioc root) and are naturally gluten-free. Wheat flour wasn’t used in bread until the late 19th century when significant amounts of wheat began to be imported and farmed in Brazil.

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