My review of this bread is as follows: It did not have much to offer in the way of flavor and was a bit dense...think of a Thomas' English muffin without its nooks and crannies. I only ended up eating one of the small slices. However, with that said...I can see it being better for purposes of making a small sandwich with a tasty filling, or a panini...or even soaked in some egg, milk vanilla and cinnamon and making a decent French toast. While it won't have you doing any cartwheels (which is probably a good thing)...it might also be something you could use to make a "stuffing/dressing" that you could prepare for Thanksgiving. It would make a reasonable alternative you could use, albeit a bit pricey...I paid $9.99 for each of the small loaves (it is $7.99 on the website). All in all, it isn't bad having it in the freezer for those times when you feel like you just really want some bread. I will let you know what I think of the almond flour bread once I taste that one. Since I love to cook and experiment, I would probably want to try making my own bread in the future...but honestly -- I never thought I would say this... but, I really and truly do not miss bread at all whatsoever. Check out my breakfast pic below. Enjoy!
|Fried brown, organic, cage free egg, sprinkled w/ sharp cheddar, turkey sausage, Paleo "toast" and fresh berry medley|