Heard about/went for the GF bread. Notice:
- It is not frozen.
- It costs $4 (vs. Udi’s $7 at Shaw’s, $6.50 at Whole Foods, $5 at Target.)
- It feels nice.
- It is sliced into normal-sized slices (vs. Udi’s smallness in square inches combined with over-thickness.)
- The ingredients are normal things (water, tapioca, potato, brown rice, corn starch, sunflower oil, sugar, psyllium husk, yeast, egg, cellulose*, salt, millet, chia seeds, dextrose*, another kind of cellulose*, caramel color*)(* = You might not use these ingredients at home, but…)
- Net 12g CHO/slice.
Drive home sing along radio and, just as approach bridge, this is gonna be a good life song comes on and start crying tiny bit from—along w. view plus overtired—anticipation of possible better bread. For the children. Sniff. Pull into driveway just at moment boys debark school bus, sunny, cold, tiny bit snow swirl. PERFECT.
LET’S MAKE GRILLED CHEESE.
- This bread is the correct size for standard pre-cut squares of cheese.
- It toasts to a normal toasty color (vs. Udi’s uneven sudden dark spots/untoasted elsewhere)
- It toasts at a rate that affords cheese the opportunity to melt.
- Children saying This is so good and No, it’s not so much that it’s actually good so much as it’s just that it is so normal. I love it.
BUT IS IT ANY GOOD IN A NON-COOKED SANDWICH SUCH AS A PB&J?
- It is just like a 1983 PB&J.
Also got (at Aldi) these: