B Free Multigrain Wraps – Dairy Free Reviews

Today I am reviewing:

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BFree Multigrain Gluten Free Wraps .
Having returned to a gluten free diet due to horrendous digestive problems I thought I would try these as an alternative to gluten free bread.

What is it?
Gluten free multigrain tortilla style wraps.
Instructions suggest warming for 10ish secs in microwave.

Ingredients:
Water, Potato Starch, Corn Starch, Sorghum Flour (Whole Grain), Tapioca Starch, Brown Rice (Whole Grain), Corn Flour (Whole Grain), White Rice Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Sourdough (Fermented Quinoa, Corn and Rice Flour), Amaranth Flour (Whole Grain), Quinoa Flour (Whole Grain), Millet Flour (Whole Grain), Teff Flour (Whole Grain), Pea Protein, Xanthan Gum, Cellulose, Psyllium, Guar Gum, Yeast, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sugar, Ascorbic Acid, Monglyceride, Citric Acid, Sorbic Acid, Tartaric Acid.

Free From:
Dairy
Gluten
Wheat
Eggs
Nuts
Meat
Gelatine
Honey
Coconut

Thus Suitable For:
Coeliacs
Vegans
Vegetarians
Allergy / intolerance sufferers

Looks like:

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A thin, pale tortilla wrap
Bubbles and craters…
…yup, the moon.

Smells like:
Quite bready

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Tastes like:
Pleasant enough.
Slightly leathery texture
No overpowering taste to ruin the filling.

Price:
£2.30 for 6 in Asda

Conclusion:
These wraps feel and taste very different to any ‘glutened’ wrap I have ever tasted. This is not a bad thing as such, but a realistic observation.
Also worth noting is the fact when heated I found these wraps more likely to crack and fall apart. This was the opposite to what I had expected and was rather messy…
However I did enjoy these wraps and would definitely recommend them. Just do not expect them to be identical to a ‘glutened’ product.

3.5/5 – nice.

Bex
Thank You For The Moosick
– Dairy Free Reviews

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2 thoughts on “B Free Multigrain Wraps – Dairy Free Reviews

  1. pinkiebag says:

    Another great honest review as always. Thanks for sharing 😊.
    http://pinkiebag.com/

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  2. allergym says:

    We have used them to make quesadilla with dairy-free cheese. They also work well there too.

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