8 Gluten- Free Bread Options That Are Tasty And Accessible
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Gluten is a type of protein that is found in a lot of different types of grains and gives bread its chewy and spongy texture. Many people are allergic to gluten as their digestive system cannot break down gluten protein which may cause indigestion and inflammation in the stomach. The problem may sometimes be so critical that a person might end up in the hospital because of food poisoning. 

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People who have a gluten intolerance should stay away from consuming gluten at any cost. There are a lot of healthy and easy-to-digest breads that people with gluten intolerance can have regularly. Some of the options that are easy to digest and tasty include-

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* Almond Flour Bread

Almond bread is made from almond flour and is very tasty and is also a little bit sweet. It can also be consumed as a dessert after adding a little bit of sugar and some dry fruits. It is also very low in carbohydrates and calories so it is a great choice for someone who is trying to lose weight. The best part about this type of gluten-free bread is that it can be made easily at home.

* Buckwheat Flour Bread

Buckwheat flour refers to kuttu ka aata which is a famous ingredient used during religious fasting in India. It is also a gluten-free option and has a very earthy flavour to it. This type of bread is a great option for people who want to have something that is loaded with all the essential nutrients and some fibre. 

* Quinoa Bread

Quinoa is a very popular breakfast option because it is low in calories and fat. This type of bread is made from quinoa flour and is very rich in protein as well as has a robust nutty flavour. It is a simple bread that can be used to make sandwiches and even bread toast. Quinoa bread can be used to make sandwiches and can be eaten on its own with a little bit of butter as well.

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* Brown Rice Bread

A brown rice bread is fluffy, light, and has very neutral flavours. It is perfect for those who would like to have something mild and also very soft. Brown rice bread can also be made at home very easily by making flour from brown rice and then converting it into a thick and sticky dough with some water and vegetable oil. This bread can be used to make different types of sandwiches, pizza rolls, and many other delicious dishes.

* Coconut Flour Bread

Coconut flour bread is a deviation from the conventional gluten-free bread that is on the list. It is also something that not a lot of people are acquainted with. Surprisingly, the taste of this bread is amazingly airy as well as very light. The evident flavour of coconut in this bread makes it perfect for making any kind of tropical snack. The best way to enjoy bread made from coconuts is to have it with some tropical fruits and a little bit of yoghurt.

* Sorghum Bread

Sorghum bread is very flavourful and has a very mild texture that can be perfectly used for making different types of toast as well as sandwiches. This bread is also used as a side snack with different types of stews and salads. Sorghum flour in India is known as jowar flour. This bread is made from sorghum flour and a little bit of salt. It is very fluffy and light.

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* Chickpea Bread

Chickpea bread is full of fibre and also has a very nutty flavour. The best part about this bread is the fact that it is extremely high in fibre, protein, and iron. To make this bread, one simply has to take some chickpea flour and make a dose of this flour with water and some spices for a nice flavour. Chickpea flour bread can be easily made at home as it requires only some simple ingredients that are already available in the kitchen.

* Teff Bread

Teff bread is considered a superfood amongst many people and is also a very important part of the cuisine of many countries. It has a very nice texture as well as taste. The notable feature of this bread is that it is slightly sweet and also has a very delicate flavour. The bread is a great source of protein as well as iron. Teff is a type of grain that was popular in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The bread is made through the process of fermentation and has a very dense flavour.