I'm forever on the hunt for the best gluten free bread. Now don't get me wrong - gluten free bread has come a LONG way over the past 17 years. I can remember when I first switched to the gluten free life, the bread my mum got for me (the only type on the market at the time) was rock hard and you had to use some serious muscle to cut it. It was a running joke in our house that the bread was hard enough to knock someone out with it - better than nothing though.
I tried the sourdough from Beyond Bread - a completely gluten free cafe/bakery. I loved how it was in a circular shape like a sourdough you would buy at normal gourmet bakery. It was crunchy and crisp on the outside but soft and sour on the inside - absolutely delicious toasted. It may not be exactly like the real deal but its pretty damn close!! I just wish the loaf was bigger - a typical #GF problem.
I topped my toasted sourdough with a spread of pesto, avocado slices, roasted vine tomatoes and soft goats cheese.
If you are in London, I would definitely check this Beyond Bread out. Find out more here