Eating good quality gluten free food, mainly in Edinburgh
Wheat Free Bakery Direct
Finding good gluten free bread is tough. Even tougher is finding rolls that taste like normal bread and will hold together as a packed lunch in a rucksack. So many GF breads disintegrate when you pack them up in tin foil. My sturdy roll of choice to date has been the brown millet roll from Findlaters, but they are getting increasingly hard to find. So I decided it was time to put the Wheat Free Bakery Direct to the test.
It is worth ordering your supplies to freeze, if you have the space. Check out the website and definitely try the bread as it is good and the nearest to normal I have tried. You can also buy from the Hopetoun Farm Shop – and the great people at Sugar Daddy’s bakery on Rodney Street gets in an order every Thursday, so you can pick up from there.
The opinions, reviews, and suggestions on this blog are my personal views and experiences. I am not a medical expert. As with any gluten-free dining and travelling experience, it is eat at your own risk and you should always alert any restaurant or cafe to your requirements.