Saturday, April 13, 2013

Bread on a Yeast-Free Diet? Yes!!

I have been on a crusade to find a yeast-free bread.  I follow Julian's Bakery http://www.julianbakery.com/ on Facebook and Twitter.  A few weeks ago they were advertising their new Paleo Breads, a coconut bread and an almond bread.  I read the ingredients and found out they are both yeast-free!  They also have a carb zero sandwich bread and cinnamon bread that are  yeast-free.



I bought the two Paleo Breads (coconut and almond) at Chamberlin's Natural Foods in Winter Park, Florida.

http://www.chamberlins.com/retailer/store_templates/shell_id_1.asp?storeID=2CB86C7B36BE4CFD914079104818C49B

The loaves of bread are frozen and can be kept in your freezer for 4+ months, according to Julian's website.

 

I found both of the breads to be tasty.  I toasted both breads, and I put butter on the coconut bread for my breakfast.  I made an egg white omelet this morning with Daiya mozzarella cheese and asparagus.  It was delicious! 

 
 
For lunch I had a sandwich!  How exciting to be able to eat a sandwich!  I made a chicken sandwich using the toasted almond bread, rotisserie chicken breast, organic greens and Vegenaise.  Vegenaise is a vegan mayonnaise that can be used on a yeast-free diet.  http://followyourheart.com/products/original-3/
 
 
 
I also had a fruit salad with organic strawberries, blueberries and blackberries.  I topped the fruit with Stoneyfield Organic Plain Low-Fat Yogurt http://www.stonyfield.com/ and a sprinkle of cinnamon.  From everything I have read, plain yogurt is acceptable to eat on a yeast-free diet because of the good bacteria it contains. 
 
 
 
 
By the way, some of you may have noticed that I had coffee for breakfast.  That is the one "cheat" I allow myself.  I have been buying an organic coffee, Java Love, made by the Organic Coffee Co. http://www.organiccoffeecompany.com/
 
 
 
I use Silk Soymilk Creamer. http://silk.com/ The creamer is lactose, dairy, gluten, egg, casein, peanut and MSG-free.  It comes in three flavors:  Original, French Vanilla, and Hazelnut.  The creamers do contain a bit of cane sugar. The Original has less than a gram of sugar.  Like I said, it is my one "cheat". 


 
 
I hope I have given you some yeast-free options you can use today.  If anyone has suggestions as to coffee or creamer alternatives you have found, let me know.  I welcome any comments you might have. 
 
Have a beautiful Saturday!


 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. I buy a millet bread that is yeast and sugar free and tastes very good. In fact, my Hubs eats it when he runs out of his bread.

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  2. I'll have to look for a yeast-free and sugar-free millet bread here. Thanks! Now I have a new mission!

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  3. Just wanted to tell you, my Hubs brought me back 4 loaves of it last night. It is made by Samis Bakery... not sure where their factory is.

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  4. Thank you for the name of the company! I'll Google it! It sounds like you have an awesome husband, too!

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