Why make pita bread yourself? Because it’s fun to make with kids (I still marvel at the magic of yeast activating the rise in fresh bread), it’s tastiest when fresh, and this way you know exactly what went into it. Additionally, making gluten-free breads is actually easier than baking traditional wheat bread. I know that might seem counter-intuitive, but because gluten-free breads require only one rise, the total time is cut in half.
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