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Boulangeries In Paris Find A Different Way To Make Gluten-Free Baguettes

May 19, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
It may seem unthinkable, but gluten-free baked goods, including bread, have begun to appear in the bakeries, cafes, and supermarkets of Paris. They are, however, a bit different from the gluten-free products selling in the U.S. In Paris boulangeries, bakers do not use food-grade gums, starches or preservatives, relying instead on natural wheat alternatives such as rice and buckwheat flours and different seeds. Unfortunately, however, the French version of gluten-free baking does not translate to one cherished delicacy. The multilayered croissant cannot be properly created without gluten.
Whitney Filloon, "Even Parisian Bakeries Are Going Gluten-Free", Eater, May 19, 2016, © Vox Media, Inc.
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