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Dairy and soy free bread

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Superworm Mon 27-Apr-15 13:49:29

Is there a tesco's bread that's suitable? I vaguely remember reading there was...

Superworm Mon 27-Apr-15 13:50:09

I'm after a sliced loaf type rather than the part-baked rolls

iwantkhaleesiseyebrows Tue 16-Jun-15 16:18:24

The only one I've found is in waitrose- it's their whole and white sliced bread in a green and clear packet. They also stock a white sliced loaf by Jacksons bakery which is soya and dairy free...

Superworm Wed 17-Jun-15 07:39:03

Thanks for the reply. I found the tesco Farmhouse bread and DS been fine with it. For dime reason the waitrose bread makes him I'll. I think it must have soy in it?

Crazyqueenofthecatladies Wed 17-Jun-15 07:41:09

The Tesco value brown loaf is df and sf in certain parts of the country - it depends on the local bakery used. It's our go to loaf in Fife.

Acorncat Thu 18-Jun-15 14:35:32

The tesco own brands are ok, but only the wholemeal. Lidl and Aldi are fine as well, but again just the wholemeal. I haven't found any white bread.

northerngoldilocks Tue 23-Jun-15 22:11:24

the hovis multigrain sliced (purple packaging) is fine - but has lots of seeds in it so could have a high chance of cross contamination I suppose

dietcokeisgreat Mon 29-Jun-15 17:21:37

I ended up buying a breadmaker....packet mixes you just add water to are really convinient and orovided us with more variety. We also relied heavily on pitta bread/wraps and carefully check thungs like crumpets as some are df and sf. Good luck!

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