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The only gluten free bun big enough to match your appetite

Look, we love a lettuce bun, but sometimes you just want that reliably indulgent pairing of a juicy burger and a good old fashioned bun. And thanks to our friends at The Pickle Barrel, you can now get your hands on a gluten free burger with as much function as taste.
Grab a Queen St. Bakery Bun at any of the 14 The Pickle Barrel locations across Ontario, dine-in or takeout.
Pickle Barrel Queen Street Bakery Burger
Round Bun Box - Queen St Bakery Bread

The bun

Our artisan round bun was built to handle heavily-stacked burgers. Our mild-flavoured, gluten-free white bean burger bun is light on the inside with a soft, golden crust that stands up to all your burger’s juiciness. White beans offer fibre, b-vitamins and important minerals, making this a functional bun for those who want more than lettuce!

Ingredients

Water, Potato Starch, Tapioca Starch, White Bean Flour, Chicory Root, Sorghum Flour, Organic Whole Egg, Xanthan Gum, Sunflower Oil, Yeast, Organic Honey, Salt

White Bean Flour: Rich in Minerals

With its delightfully mild taste and smooth texture, white navy beans make a remarkable flour that boasts cholesterol-lowering dietary fibres and vital bone-building minerals such as magnesium and phosphorus. They’re also an excellent source of vitamin B1 (thiamin), vitamin B9 (folate), manganese, copper and iron.
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Sorghum Flour: Healthy Phytochemicals

Sorghum is a naturally gluten-free ancient cereal grain full of benefits, including high levels of unsaturated fats, protein, fibre and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium and iron. Remarkably, sorghum has been found to contain even more antioxidants than blueberries and pomegranates. Studies suggest that certain phytochemicals in sorghum help reduce the risk of certain cancers more than other grains. It has also been shown to lower cholesterol and support cardiovascular health. Who knew a grain could do all that?
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Organic Honey: Antibacterial Properties

Consumed in moderation, honey has several buzzworthy benefits. Studies have shown it contains antibacterial properties, thanks to the diligent worker bees who make it. Honey is scientifically known to help fight numerous bacterial strains, such as E. coli and salmonella, staph and even the bacteria that cause H. pylori and peptic ulcers. You better bee-lieve it (sorry).
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Chicory Root: Great for Digestion

Chicory Root is a soluble dietary fibre found in certain plant foods such as chicory root, which some people take daily as a nutritional supplement. Chicory Root has also been associated with improved digestive health, such as decreased constipation, improved nutrient absorption, increased beneficial gut bacteria, and better overall immune health. Several studies have even suggested it may improve blood sugar control in people with pre-diabetes and diabetes. Now isn’t that sweet.
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