Organic Gluten-Free Turmeric Quinoa Bread 400g

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Organic Gluten-Free Turmeric Quinoa Bread 400g

Organic Gluten-Free Turmeric Quinoa Bread 400g

The organic Nigella seed topping and the bright organic turmeric make this a perfect bread for anything savoury - it is so much more than bread! Try it cubed in a stir-fry! Buy 1 or buy 9 and get one loaf free - please select below.

Price in GBP
£5.45 - £43.60
    • IngredientsView moreView less
    • Filtered revitalised water, freshly milled quinoa flour (35%)*, freshly milled wholegrain rice flour*, rice leaven*, sea salt, Aquamin F (marine multi-mineral complex derived from seaweed (Lithothamnium C)), turmeric (0.2%)*, paprika*, nigella seeds*, ginger*, seaweed (fucus vesiculosus)* *= organic.
    • Nutritional InformationView moreView less
    • Average Value Per 100g (%*)
      Energy 864kJ  
        206kcal (10%)
      Fat 2.6g (4%)
      of which saturates 0.4g (2%)
      Carbohydrate 36g (14%)
      of which sugars 2.3g (3%)
      Fibre 3.3g
      Protein 6.8g (14%)
      Salt 0.88g (15%)
      *% Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)
    • Storage & PreparationView moreView less
    • Keep cool and dry. In very hot & humid weather bread is best stored in the fridge in the bag. During the summer months, we put 4 days ‘best before’ from production and in winter 5 days ‘best before’.

      If you store bread in the bag in the fridge it may keep for quite a few days longer than the ‘best before’ date. Should the bread be left in the sun it may go mouldy ahead of the ‘best before’ date.

      For travelling, you can buy the longer life holiday bread instead.

      Can be toasted - but please note it will not go brown in the toaster as we do not add any sugar to the bread!

      Can be sliced thin or thick. We recommend the amazing Herder bread knife (pantry/accessories) which makes light work of slicing.

      Makes great canapes as it holds any topping or filling well.

      Can be steamed to serve warm – utterly delicious and quicker than a ready meal!

      If the bread has just gone a little dry - revive it by toasting or steaming it or turn it into croutons for salads and soups. You can bind soups and sauces with it or turn it into breadcrumbs - this bread is too good to waste!


      If there are any signs of mould - throw the whole loaf away as mould spores may be present throughout the bread - not just on the surface where you can see it.

    • Can I Freeze It?View moreView less
    • Can be frozen for approx. three months. Many customers slice the bread on arrival and freeze it. Slices can be defrosted in the toaster. We recommend the amazing Herder bread knife (pantry/accessories) which makes light work of slicing; it is a thing of lasting beauty and matches our products as it is handmade without any chemicals.

      You can also freeze the whole loaf. To defrost remove it from the freezer and leave it (do not remove packaging) to defrost at room temperature overnight.

      OPTIONAL: For that ‘FRESH FROM THE OVEN’ taste: Lightly moisten the loaf with water (just wipe your clean wet hands over the loaf) and pop it in a hot oven 180C-200C for 10-15 minutes. It will taste amazing.

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