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    Gluten-free bread We distribute to individuals and companies. If the volume you need is much larger than the indicated volumes, please click on the next button and tell us what you need, or call us at this number 0034622009661REQUEST A QUOTE BY VOLUME

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    Small gluten free bread We distribute to individuals and companies. If the volume you need is much larger than the indicated volumes, please click on the next button and tell us what you need, or call us at this number 0034622009661REQUEST A QUOTE BY VOLUME

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    Multigrain bread We distribute to individuals and companies. If the volume you need is much larger than the indicated volumes, please click on the next button and tell us what you need, or call us at this number 0034622009661REQUEST A QUOTE BY VOLUME

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    Small multigrain breadWe distribute to individuals and companies. If the volume you need is much larger than the indicated volumes, please click on the next button and tell us what you need, or call us at this number 0034622009661REQUEST A QUOTE BY VOLUME

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    Loaf bread We distribute to individuals and companies. If the volume you need is much larger than the indicated volumes, please click on the next button and tell us what you need, or call us at this number 0034622009661REQUEST A QUOTE BY VOLUME

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GLUTEN FREE BREAD

HISTORY


Currently, gluten-free bread is more than incorporated in our society. In any bakery or supermarket we can find it. Intolerances, and in this case celiac disease (gluten intolerance) are the order of the day, so it is necessary to create new products that can be consumed by society without causing complications in your health.
However, It is interesting to know where the bread comes from and for what purpose our ancestors cooked it. Because such an affordable food today has an interesting history to know and that, in addition, will help us to value more the precious commodity that we have in our hands.
We go back many millions of years ago, in the that our ancestors crushed the cereal grains and mixed it with water in order to create a porridge. On a stone, they deposited a small amount of porridge and put it to heat on the fire, to cook the first bread that was similar to a cake or cookie.

It was the Egyptian culture that, giving more importance to the physical aspect, began to create what we know today as "bread". Also, the first bakeries and ovens were built that made this essential food available to the people.

HOW IS IT DONE?


Various ingredients are required to cook gluten-free bread. The indispensable element is flour; There are different types of flour that can be used, although the most common are corn flour and rice flour. Other types of flours that can be used are chickpea or soy flour.

The other ingredients are those used to prepare the rest of the breads. These ingredients include water, salt, yeast, and oil. The elaboration consists of mixing the different ingredients until we get a firm dough that we have to let rest and knead.

Finally, we will give it the shape that we like the most and we will bake it. There are many varieties of gluten-free bread, so each baker is in charge of kneading a different bread to surprise the staff. However, the most important thing is that the flour used is a flour that does not contain gluten, such as those mentioned above. And, in addition, that the containers where the bread is going to be prepared are not contaminated by other products with gluten, because it could cause alterations in the health of diners.

TYPES OF BREAD WITHOUT GLUTEN


In the market we can find a great diversity of gluten-free breads. Buckwheat bread is one of the alternatives. It is a type of wheat that was widely used in the past and which is now recovering its use. Also, we can find rice bread that is similar to sliced ​​bread or millet bread, although millet is more used in Asia and Africa.