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Bob’s Red Mill Give-Away

Bob’s Red Mill has some awesome products. I especially love the chocolate chip cookie mix.

When I first went gluten-free I heard about how great their mixes were and decided to try them. At first I was having a hard time mixing them with my bread maker, but I contacted the company for advice and they were nice enough to help. I must say, it helps to follow directions. On the package it says to use the basic or white bread setting and I was trying to make the cinnamon raisin bread using the fruit bread setting. So read the fine print on the package and you will have some wonderful gluten-free bread.

I am offering a package of the cinnamon raisin bread and the hearty whole grain bread mix to one individual that would be willing to write a brief paragraph reviewing the product to be published on GlutenFibroFree.com. Just something short and sweet. If you are interested in receiving this package, here are the steps to be eligible:

  1. Leave a comment on this post saying that you are interested in writing a paragraph reviewing these products by Friday, July 16, 2010.
  2. An individual will be chosen randomly on Sunday, July 18 to receive the mixes.
  3. I will mail out the package the following week. I would like for you to try out the mixes and submit a brief paragraph via email on each by the end of August 2010.

You may also post a review on your website if you have one, and I can just link to the content. However, you do not have to have a blog or website for eligibility. Even if you have tried these mixes before, you can still sign up to review the products for the freebies.

Unfortunately, I realized after the first batch of cinnamon raisin bread, that I also have a food intolerance to cinnamon. Likewise there is something in the other mix I am intolerant too, but they are GFree. I hate that I seem to have other food intolerances, but I love that the gluten-free community has been so supportive. Look for more give-aways this summer, as I pay it forward.

Update 7/19/2010: Winners have been selected and notified. Thanks to all that chose to participate. Look for more give-aways in the near future!

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  1. July 8th, 2010 at 10:03 | #1

    I was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease in March, 2010. I miss breads, and feel intimidated by many of the bakers out there who make thier own mixes. The process seems too complicated. I have been intrigued by Bob’s Red Mill products, but I still hesitate to put the products in my shopping cart. So, I think it would be awesome to win and write a review.

  2. July 8th, 2010 at 10:27 | #2

    @Kim Nixon
    I’m so excited to have you interested! Is it the expense that is keeping you from putting them in your cart? These mixes aren’t too complicated, especially if you have a breadmaker and can follow directions 😉

  3. Amy Wong
    July 8th, 2010 at 17:14 | #3

    I love Bob’s Red Mill gluten free products! None of the stores (including Whole Foods) around here carry either of those bread mixes, so I have never tried either one. I make the Red Mill GF Hearty Bread mix all the time and add all sorts of awesome fillings like Nutella and cinnamon sugar. I don’t have a bread machine, so I make GF bread by hand and it comes out SUPER fluffy. Bob’s Red Mill Hearty Bread Mix is by far the best bread mix I have ever come across. I am really excited to see there are more varieties now.

    I would be delighted to write a review for your site and include pictures. Even step-by-step directions on how to make these breads by hand if anyone would like them 🙂

  4. July 9th, 2010 at 18:55 | #4

    I’m surprised your Whole Foods don’t carry them! Good luck.

  5. Lori
    July 14th, 2010 at 20:00 | #5

    I would love to try these out, but I don’t have a bread machine. Is that a problem?

  6. July 14th, 2010 at 20:24 | #6

    Not a problem at all. I’ll put you in for the drawing.

  7. July 16th, 2010 at 19:02 | #7

    Oh, I’d love to do this, and I’ll retweet it as well. Sorry I’m so late to the game.

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