LONDON (AP) A Londoner has developed a gluten-free bread recipe that uses a mix of flour, butter and milk, but has no sugar, salt or gluten.
The result is a bread that is gluten- and dairy-free and tastes just like Sir Gala’s.
It was inspired by the iconic dessert made by Sir Laurence Olivier’s father and sister, who were both allergic to gluten.
A London bakery called Sir Galala, which specializes in gluten-less breads, started selling the bread last year.
It is now available at stores like Tesco, Lidl and Aldi.
It’s a “real revolution” for people with allergies to gluten, said Sophie Latham, co-founder of Sir Galas bread, which is made in an “untraditional” way.
“We are very proud of our bread,” Latham said.
The recipe is gluten and dairy free, as well as making a bread which is 100% natural.
The only sugar added to Sir Galais is cinnamon and vanilla.
Latham said the new recipe was the result of years of research into the chemistry of bread, and how to make it using natural ingredients.
It also includes all-purpose flour, salt and baking powder.
Sir Gala, which started selling Sir Galaj in 2013, sells the bread in stores, and on its website.
The recipe is also available on Amazon.
The ingredients are simple: flour, milk, butter, cinnamon and nutmeg.
It takes just four ingredients to make bread: milk, flour, yeast and yeast starter.
The flour comes from whole wheat, while the milk is whole milk and the yeast comes from malt.
It’s also gluten-based.
Liam Coates, a spokesman for Sir Galalas, said it’s a small-scale project, and it took time to make a bread with no sugar or salt.
“The whole process of making this bread is really a simple process,” he said.
“It takes a while to make, and there is a lot of time involved in making a good bread.”
The product is available at a range of stores, including Aldi and Tesco.