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I like the Foods by George English Muffins - both the plain and the cinnamon raisin. They really need to be toasted or they fall apart too easily. I also like the Food for Life Gluten Free Brown Rice English Muffins. They are dense, but they toast well and hold together.
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I sort of like the Kinnikinnick English muffins, but they must be nicely toasted. I'll check out the TJ's ones.
I've been just using Udi's or Rudy's GF hamburger buns. Can't eat the corn, but polenta is a good idea.
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Just wish that it was not made from corn.
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Trader Joes has gluten free english miffins, which is the first bread product I found that was pallatable. (edible)
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Thanks for the posting. That's a great idea. The packaged GF English muffins I tried were not something I would eat again.
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I love brunch. I love eggs benedict for brunch (without the Canadian bacon...vegetarian). Obviously, there are very few restaurants where I can order eggs benedict because of the English muffins, but at home, I am substituting polenta. I buy the rolls and slice them about the thickness of English muffins then brown them in a frying pan. Yum!