There have been lots of changes to low FODMAP breads available in Canberra since my post last year.
Unfortunately, Autolyse is no longer with us, so their spelt sourdough is off the menu. I also can’t find Sonoma’s breads since Supabarn in the City was converted to Coles. But happily, Three Mills Bakery is making this lovely spelt sourdough loaf now.
I find the slices are a bit too small for sandwiches, but perfect for toast, bruschetta and dipping in soups etc. It’s available at their Majura Park store, and is delivered to the Ainslie IGA every day.
I have three new favourite sandwich loaves. The Helgas lower carb wholemeal and 5 Seeds breads have been certified as low-FODMAP by Monash at up to two slices. They’re almost the same as normal bread, perfect for sandwiches and available at supermarkets everywhere.
I also love the wholegrain High Protein Lo-Fo loaf that Baker’s Delight trialled earlier in the year, and which is certified by the team at Fodmap Friendly.
Like the Helgas bread, it’s really soft and fluffy, but with fewer seeds. It’s perfect for those times when you just want Vegemite and butter, and great for sandwiches.
The trial has ended, and the loaves are currently unavailable, however Baker’s Delight is planning to offer it nationally later in 2017.