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Sorry to disappoint you, but there is no such thing as store bought "really good" GF bread. If I knew where you are located, I could be of more assistance. Also, are you looking for snack bread, or sandwich bread? Are you new to Celiac? Do you have other allergies? Without having these answers, I can suggest the following: a) use some of the great recipes on this web site to make your own bread; b) find a bread you like and make the jump to buying them online; c) find a store in your area where they sell gluten free bread and start sampling them until you find one you like. I currently purchase EnerG Improved Corn Loaf at my local store because it is Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free and free of the 15 other foods I can't tolerate. It is one of the least expensive breads, and like all store-bought GF breads, it MUST be toasted. Online, I used to purchase Garbo Gluten Free Sport Bread, which was a nice, hearty bread, really good tasting - TOASTED. I bought this from the Gluten Free Mall - http://www.glutenfreemall.com. After being diagnosed with soy allergy - I had to give up that bread, and I'm not sure they carry it any longer. Read the reviews about other breads on their website - many customers leave them - and they will help save you a lot of frustration and money. My other favorite online store is the Gluten Free Trading Company in Wisconsin. http://www.food4celiacs.com/ They don't have reviews on their site, but they are a very friendly place. If you live nearby, you can go to their store instead of ordering online. I hope this has been helpful. Good luck!
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