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Review: Gluten-free Pita Bread

Yes, I said “Gluten-free Pita Bread”.  I did not stutter.  I about fell out of my chair when I heard there was such a product on the market.  I knew that I had to get my hands on some ASAP!  I emailed Rami at GFL Foods, Inc and they happily shipped me out a package of gluten-free pitas to review (the pitas were sent to me at no charge; I am not being paid to write this review).  You can purchase the pitas at , which is very easy to remember. 

Jon was thrilled the day these showed up on our doorstep.  We have now plowed through our package & I am here to report the many different ways we used the pitas.  We have filled them with BBQ pulled pork, taco meat, lunch meat & cheese and used them as pizza crusts!  Here is a couple photos of the pitas filled with taco meat.




These gluten-free pitas are so easy to prepare.  Once they arrived, the instructions said to place them in the freezer.  To prepare, simply place in the microwave for 30 seconds & fill with the filling of your choice.  For the most part these pitas held up very well to the different fillings that we used.  They did crumble a little when used as a pizza crust, but that could be due to the additional heating to melt the cheese on the “pizzas”.  The taste was great & complimented all of the different foods well.  I would highly recommend these pitas.  The only con I could really find was the price.  The cost is $9/bag of pitas + shipping.  I realize that gluten-free foods cost more to make, as the ingredients cost more.  To my knowledge, I don’t think there is another gluten-free pita on the market, so if you want one, this is the place to get them!

Thanks to Rami & GFL Foods, Inc for giving me the opportunity to sample & review these awesome pita breads. 


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