The Heart Behind Our Flour Blend
I never thought we would be here, but it totally makes sense.. growing up in an Italian home, cooking and baking was eventful for the women in our household. My love for all things food, started in a small, Anaheim Hills, California home.. right smack dap in the middle of an orchard.
Skipping quite a few years ahead, my food ventures remained consistently European, when, marrying a Basque man, good food and plenty of hearty breads were always a feature on our table.
Baking bread was a necessity that came out of a few weeks, although it seemed like months, of bare minimum in my pantry. That's when flour, water and yeast, became mine, and my husbands best friend! It caught up to us though, and no longer did that wonderfully fluffy bread feel yummy in our tummies, but it felt more like indigestible heaps of glue that never sat well. Did I forget to mention I also am a food blogger! My original blog, Dalla Mia Cucina, was all about sweets, pastries.. and bread! Being a blogger who reviewed product, and photographed desserts, I made it my aim to have a very distinct palate.
I can assure you that I know what good bread tastes like!
Making the transition to a gluten free lifestyle meant giving up breads all together! I thought!!
My search for a gut friendly bread started in the freezer section of a health food store. I purchased my first loaf of Paleo Bread. The water logged loaf that broke apart after defrosting, was the catapult that launched me into my year long trial and error of creating our Kuwl Bread Mix.
This is an EVERYDAY bread, made with rich and healthy almond flour, heart healthy whole psyllium husk, sweet and soft flour-like cassava, and a few other spices and ingredients that make Kuwl Bread Mix, distinctly ours.
We love our everyday bread dipped into easy-over-eggs, made into hamburger buns, and sandwiched over flaky ahi for the perfect grilled tuna sandwich! This bread never fails to satisfy!
We hope you give our Kuwl almond flour bread mix and our artisan pantry mixes a try!