P.S. When Ian goes back on gluten, his blood pressure soars again. Going gluten-free has cut the cost of blood pressure meds in half for him. Pretty awesome! Obviously not everyone has a problem with gluten. I don't but I happen to enjoy eating gluten-free these days, so I don't have very much, except maybe sometimes when I visit the city and temptation abounds.
This bread is great for sandwiches, but even more wonderful toasted in a regular toaster or on the barbecue. It has the characteristics of an English muffin where it has a more absorbent surface (cut side) for butter and peanut butter, low-sugar jam or a little honey and cheese. Such a treat! You can even make grilled cheese sandwiches with a toasted cheese maker.
UPDATE: This bread is a bit on the savory side, so if you would like a more neutral taste - leave out the Parmesan cheese and the salt - much lower in sodium too.