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anyone know where i can buy bread cooked on a wood burning fire around mojacar
we used to buy this great bread from a butchers in garrucha but he has now closed his shop

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You mean a wood-fired oven like this? We have several in our village but it's a long way from Moajcar unfortunately! Try searching for "panadería horno de leña"

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thats the one as i said it was a butchers that sold the bred but it was the best tasting bread ever

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Alcalaina... Looks absolutely delicious... only wish I had the opportunity and the 'guts' to sample it. Unfortunately I'm coeliac and can't eat anything containing wheat flour or gluten and the Spanish versions of Gluten Free bread, biscuits and cakes are simply awful being based on 90% cornflower.
Absolute nightmare because we have 2 local panaderias who deliver delicious smelling fresh from the oven bread and cakes to our village six days a week... So tempting but the after effects of eating such products is not at all pleasant...
The only time I get to taste anything remotely resembling bread is when O.H. brings over quantities of Waitrose GF Rolls from England on her visits...

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Alcalaina... Looks absolutely delicious... only wish I had the opportunity and the 'guts' to sample it. Unfortunately I'm coeliac and can't eat anything containing wheat flour or gluten and the Spanish versions of Gluten Free bread, biscuits and cakes are simply awful being based on 90% cornflower.
Absolute nightmare because we have 2 local panaderias who deliver delicious smelling fresh from the oven bread and cakes to our village six days a week... So tempting but the after effects of eating such products is not at all pleasant...
The only time I get to taste anything remotely resembling bread is when O.H. brings over quantities of Waitrose GF Rolls from England on her visits...
Poor you, I do sympathise. Have you tried harina de garbanzos (chickpea flour)? No good for bread, but great for pancakes and batter. It's used to make the wonderful crispy shrimp pancakes, tortillitas de camarones.

I've also known people use dried potato flakes instead of breadcrumbs for coating croquetas etc. Crisps up nicely!
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Not tried that... in the UK I used to have a prescription for commercially produced gluten free flour which used a variety of different types of flour including rice corn and potato among other more exotic materials.
For the most part it was good for home made bread rolls and cakes but an absolute nightmare to use for pastry. For a single prescription charge I could get enough GF flour in to last for about a month of homemade food production and we did a lot of homemade stuff.
Over here unforunately the same product is extremely expensive, (bought without a prescription in the UK its about 20Euros for 500gms, over here its double that) so I tend to use Mercadonas range of convenience foods which are labelled 'sin gluten' At least over here the labelling is such that GF products are clearly labelled as such, in the UK one has to refer constantly to the Coeliac Society's Handbook of GF products.
Nearly all convenience foods in the UK contain wheat flour or gluten in one form or another and if a product isn't listed one has to scan very closely the list of ingredients and trust that the product manufacturer hasnt left óff something which may be a source of gluten from that list. The UK supposedly leads the world in its food labelling processes but fails miserably in this context. They really should take a leaf out of Spains book... if a product is Gluten Free it should be labelled as such.
When we lived in the UK we tended to use Waitrose and Tesco for our weekly food shop... on my last trip over back in June a food shop for me alone took well over an hour as I had to check the labelling of each product to see if my stomach could accept it. As I said, accidental imbibing of non GF foods has very unpleasant after effects, not just for me but to anyone else in the vicinity of the bathroom... but that's probably too much information!

And quite enough thread drift too.. Sorry. That picture brought back a lot of happy memories of my pre'coeliac days... fresh bread straight from the oven...ah well!

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At the bread shop, within Super Turre, they sell Barra Leña (that is what they call it!!) not sure it is what you are looking for, but worth a try.

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found what im looking for in vera panaderia martin bought some bread from there today you must go and try the bread and cakes out of this world

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Quite a few of the commercial bakers here still produce using wood. I've even got one at the top of my road & it has always fascinated me how much wood is used & where they get it all from !

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