Going Gluten-FreeOctober 3, 2017

Breads From Anna's Tasty and Nutritious Baking Flour

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Breads From Anna might not be the first gluten-free baking mix that you try, but it may certainly be the last. Breads from Anna uses a blend of bean flours, chia, millet, and sorghum instead of rice flour, creating a line of gluten- and allergen-free baking mixes that is incomparable in taste, texture, and nutritional profile.  Breads From Anna is committed to having the highest quality gluten-free products on the market because its founder herself eats baked goods created with these mixes every day.  To learn more about the Breads from Anna complete line of baking mixes, visit the company product page. And be sure to check out the tasty and creative recipes that can be made using the flour blends while you're there.

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Breads From Anna

Anna Sobaski experienced first-hand the debilitating discomfort and fatigue associated with Celiac Disease, and the difficulty in finding a tasty and nutritious gluten-free bread. With the double whammy of also having type-1 diabetes, and being a lover of all things food, Anna made it her personal goal to develop gluten-free bread with both the taste and nutrition of a whole wheat bread.

Interested in the concept of food as medicine, Anna went to the Natural Gourmet Institute — the premier institute for learning about food as medicine — in New York City. She believed there should be a way to make healthful food taste great. And she was right!

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Breads From Anna

Breads From Anna’s first baking mix was introduced in 2004. As the business began to grow, Anna found that many people with celiac disease also had other food allergies they needed to manage. She knew that in order to be accessible to as many people as possible, mixes that were only gluten-free would not be enough; they also needed to be free from the top 8 allergens. Breads From Anna now offers 11 mixes that are free from gluten and the top 8 allergens. Breads From Anna takes the motto “Beyond Gluten Free” to heart as it works to ensure that people with any number of food allergies can still enjoy delicious baked goods.

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Thanks Linda! Yes, we realize there are allergens outside the top 8, so the term food allergy friendly really refers to these top allergens. We're sorry this doesn't work, but we have plenty on our site that can fit your allergen needs.

Posted by: Moderator | October 6, 2017 9:02 PM    Report this comment

With best wishes to Anna and Gluten Free & More, I'd like to point out that her mixes are not allergen free, just top 8 allergen free.
I'm not the only Celiac who is food allergic to beans and peas and peanuts. Legumes are nutritious for most people but they are a known and very common allergen.

Posted by: linda29609 | October 6, 2017 12:15 PM    Report this comment

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