How are your buns?

by | Jun 24, 2022 | Products

It is burger season, and one can only eat so many burgers with iceberg lettuce substituting for a bun.

Most gluten free buns are lacking something, or fall apart after the first bite. They come in an 8 pack, and as the only GF member of the family, I cannot eat that many burgers, so I have to freeze the buns, which results in a less than great bun after de-thawing for the next round.

So, I have mostly abandoned the typical burger for Schar’s Ciabatta Rolls. Generally I have found Schar to be a hit or miss brand. Some things are great, ciabatta being one, and others are less then stellar.  

Schar’s Ciabatta Rolls come 4 to a pack, so a reasonable number to consume in a week. They are versatile and not relegated only to the hamburger. And, when using them for a burger, they feel fancy. They don’t crumble or get super soggy when adding fixings.

You can generally find them at Walt Churchill’s grocery. Although I have been know the buy a case online (they have a decent shelf life and still come in packs of 4 within the case). So, don’t settle. Enjoy your buns this summer!

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