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Gluten-free brown rice banana bread: The perfect guilt-free afternoon treat

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By Anisa Kazemi

The magic ingredient in this scrumptious (and nutritious!) banana bread is the incredible Japanese brown rice flour. I absolutely adore baking with brown rice flour and was first introduced to it in a Japanese inaka Japanese supermarket.

Not only is it entirely gluten-free, but also high in protein, fiber, magnesium, B vitamins and my favorite: manganese – an important mineral that helps our bodies digest fat! Given all those reasons, back in my days in Japan, this recipe was my go-to cake-craving alternative — and I justified eating it throughout the day.

Here is how to make it, if you — like me — are in a constant search of #guiltfreebaking ideas!

Click here to read more.

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There is no benefit in gluten-free products unless you suffer from an actual allergy/intolerance.

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There are 2 year olds in North America suffering from malnutrician because, for no medical reason, their mothers' have put them on a gluten-free diet.

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There is no benefit in gluten-free products unless you suffer from an actual allergy/intolerance.

I saw 'gluten free' bacon at the supermarket the other day, of course it was about 3 bucks more expensive too. Most American's who claim to be 'gluten intolerant' don't even know what gluten is.

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