This was one of the first gluten-free sourdough breads I saw on the market. The founder of this New York-based company was inspired to start the brand after taking classes from sourdough queen Sarah Owens, and these loaves reflect the same artistry and quality that Owens is famous for. Knead Love’s breads are fermented for 24 hours and made with a variety of ancient grains, including oats, buckwheat, millet, and teff.
This is definitely a great choice for fans of Ezekiel bread or other heartier whole grain options. I wouldn’t serve it to a kid who’s used to their run-of-the-mill supermarket bread, but I think it’s a healthy and satisfying choice for anyone who prioritizes organic whole grains. Those who are locals to New York City can purchase the bread at select pickup locations and green markets in Manhattan and Brooklyn, but the bread is also available for shipping nationwide.
Knead Love also sells bagels, cakes, pies, cookies, and donuts to satisfy all your baked goods cravings, all of which are also available to purchase online. However, it’s important to note that those who have to follow a strict gluten-free diet should know that Knead Love’s products are not made in a certified gluten-free facility, although the brand does not use gluten-containing flours.