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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Corn is fine, but even a lot of corn ones still contain wheat or rye. The ones that don't just snap when you try to wrap with them.
    Have you tried the Freedom Food ones? They are gluten free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Have you tried the Freedom Food ones? They are gluten free
    They break too lol. No wraps for us!

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    Do you microwave first?

    When I open a pack of wraps for my son's lunch (he's the only one that has them for lunch everyday - so one pack lasts a week), I open them, remove one, microwave for 10sec, then fold over the top of the pack sticky tape closed (or ziplock if the bag has one), and store in the fridge.

    It's the only way I've found any wraps to be okay to use after 24hours after opening the pack.

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    I studied the back of a multitude fo breads and each are different. In somebrands Multigrain was the best, White was middle and Wholemeal worse. In others Wholemeal was the best (that was only one brand). Then there were brands I found where the white bread was far more better for you then Multigrain or Wholemeal.

    Personally I prefer Multigrain. I just like the seeds. Dad loves his 9 grain.

    Even better then bread..... Wraps!! Dad is obsessed with wraps and I followed in his footsteps lol. I love making up different wraps and they are great for lunches, school lunches, a quick snack etc etc. Or be creative and make a nice mince and sauce up, like a taco mix, and put in a wrap with cheese and oven bake.

    Now I want a wrap.....



    *toddles off to kitchen*

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    They break too lol. No wraps for us!
    I was having my dinner tonight and thought of this thread lol are rice paper rolls an option? They don't break and can fit heaps in the large size ones are they are yum


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    How about Ryvitas? Cruskits, etc?


 

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