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wwwwwwwwwwwwww Thu 15-Aug-19 19:27:11

Hi my daughter has a soya and dairy allergy. I really struggled to get bread on my last visit. The nearest supermarket will be SuperValu. Could anyone tell me if the know a sliced loaf I could buy?

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dementedpixie Thu 15-Aug-19 19:44:53

www.myallergykitchen.com/2019/03/13/soya-free-bread-soya-allergy/ don't know if this helps

wwwwwwwwwwwwww Thu 15-Aug-19 21:04:56

Are any of these available in SuperValu? I know what to get in Waitrose but my last trips the same brands were not available. It would be a 70 mile round trip to Tesco.

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wwwwwwwwwwwwww Thu 15-Aug-19 21:05:54

I meant say 70 miles each way. It would actually be easier to just make bread.

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sackrifice Thu 15-Aug-19 21:07:12

just get flour and yeast and make bread.

dementedpixie Thu 15-Aug-19 21:07:35

Could you take bread with you?

Teddybear45 Thu 15-Aug-19 21:09:32

Your best bet might be freshly baked bread from South Asian or Middle Eastern bakeries that don’t use soy starters. Where are you based? I might be able to give you recommendations.

threadneedle Fri 16-Aug-19 00:34:09

We eat spelt bread from Soul bakery which is sold at SuperValu. It is dairy and soya free. It's really delicious, maybe call ahead to make sure the branch near you sells it.

It's the third one down in this link
http://dublinwithfoodallergies.blogspot.com/2011/03/dublins-soul-bakery-tempting-allergy.html?m=1

wwwwwwwwwwwwww Fri 16-Aug-19 09:07:12

Threadneedlethat is so helpful thank you.

I will be in a very rural area that will not have Turkish or Middle Eastern bakeries.

Taking bread is not really practical.

I can make bread but am on holiday and just wanted a break to be honest. I could buy a bread maker but if a ready made one is available it is obviously a cheaper option.

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threadneedle Fri 16-Aug-19 13:49:02

I wouldn't want to bake bread on my holidays either, I know what you mean!

Maybe give them a call and they should be able to tell you where you can buy it. I also buy it in large Dunnes and DonnybrookFair branches in case you are passing one on your journey

threadneedle Fri 16-Aug-19 13:50:29

Btw, it comes in a brown and white version, both are good, but the white is the nicest I think

honeyrider Sat 17-Aug-19 01:20:20

This is dairy free but I'm not sure about soya though you can check the ingredients listed down the page.

www.tesco.ie/groceries/Product/Details/?id=304074406

Most of the supermarkets stock the promise range.

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