Free Bread’s Delivery System
BREAD-y to be gluten free.
“The best things in life are free,” Mama always told me. With love, friendship and memories laid out on the table, I hardly had time to look at what I was eating. Able to attend a casting for a new Pillsbury Doughboy, I realized it may be time I challah out for help.
No more highfalutin gluten.
Karen Freer, the brilliant one woman powerhouse behind Free Bread, was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2007. She reached a point where she gave up carbs altogether because of either the tasteless or over processed options. Craving an apropos accompaniment to soup, Karen began baking.
Kneading some more options.
Testing in a local kitchen for a bunch of Brooklyn retailers, Karen came up with four varieties free of gluten, nut, corn, soy and sugar. Choices like the sourdough Creamer and the sweet Moxy will have you feeling leaner and foxy. I may not need to go gluten free, but wheat can be a pro-inflammatory agent, which if left unbroken down in the system, can cause unflattering flatulence. Therefore, I figured it might be best to keep the bedroom steamy for pure fun with Mr. Dreamy.
If you can’t make it to any of the locations where Free Bread is sold, Karen personally delivers the bread anywhere in the five boroughs. Between baking and another job, Karen met with me looking polished and poised while passionately telling me about her bread.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s new book Deliciously G-Free was the perfect read to find recipes to go along side my bread. The Veggie Pad Thai she shared with the Dr. Oz Show will be one to show off and share with all of your friends.
Take a free ride leaving the gluten behind.
G, now that sounds freeing.