Atelanta is offering gluten-Free zucchi bread, zucchetta, and quinoa in Italy.
They’re available in both bread sizes and can be bought in two flavors: one is made with whole wheat flour and the other with ground zuc.
The bread is made of whole wheat and has a thick crust that looks like it’s baked from scratch.
It’s a very appealing option if you like breads that have a good crust, as this recipe makes.
The only downside is that it only comes in a bag that will hold about 20 zucchalos, or about eight servings of the bread.
You can also buy bread with a thinner crust.
If you don’t want to buy a bag, the bread is also available in a box of 10 for about $5.
Atelantes restaurant is the first in Italy to offer gluten- Free bread, but it’s a new thing for the restaurant.
I was curious if this gluten-Friendly bread would be something people would be willing to try.
After all, it’s already been around a while in Italy, and many people have tried to try out gluten-FREE breads in the past.
According to the Atelantas website, the gluten-neutrality is due to the baking process.
The dough is ground up whole wheat, but the flour is still the same.
The recipe calls for baking for 10 minutes, but they only recommend it for the first 30 minutes.
The gluten-Positive Zucchini Bread at Atelante’s website atlas.com/food/gluten-positive-zucchini-bread/ [source]